Mountains of California, The

In this book Muir describes the landscape of the Sierra Nevada and other California landscapes, including glaciers, snow pack, glacial meadows, river floods, thunder storms, wild sheep, bee pastures and foothills. This book reflects three aspects of John Muir’s remarkable life: first, as one of the leading figures in the fight for forest conservation; second, as a practical geologist; and third, as an eloquent essayist.

Author: Muir, John
Call Letter: An
Call Number: 44
Publication Format: book
Publication Year: 1961Website:

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