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StickeenTo my dog
(Boston ; New York ; Houghton Mifflin, Co., 1909)
John Muir writes of a small black dog, owned by the Rev. S.H. Young, which accompanied them on the 1880 exploration of Alaska. The book includes a poem "To My Dog Blanco" by J.G. Holland.
Our national parks
A book of essays which were first published in the Atlantic Monthly, illustrated with a map of forest reserves and national parks in the western United States and photographs.
Travels in Alaska
(Boston ; New York : Houghton Mifflin, 1915)
Prepared for publication by Mrs. Marion Randall Parsons.
(New York : The Century Co., 1912)
This is Muir's description of his travels through Yosemite Valley, beginning in 1868. The book is illustrated with photographs and includes three folded maps. The book's spine is broken.
A thousand-mile walk to the Gulf
(Houghton Mifflin, 1916)
Published posthumously and edited by William Frederic Badé. Taken from Muir's notebook about his long botanical excursion of 1867, a typewritten rough copy of the journal, and subsequent work based on Muir's experiences ...
The cruise of the Corwin : journal of the Arctic expedition of 1881 in search of De Long and the Jeanette
(Houghton Mifflin, 1917)
Includes photographs by E.S. Curtis and E.W. Nelson. Edited by William Frederic Badé. Includes appendices: 1. The glaciation of the Arctic and subarctic regions visited during the cruise; 2. Botanical notes.
The story of my boyhood and youth
(Houghton Mifflin, 1913)
An autobiography which covers Muir's early childhood in Scotland, his emigration to the United States, his life on the farm in Wisconsin, and his student life at the University of Wisconsin.
My first summer in the Sierra
(Houghton Mifflin, 1911)
Includes illustrations from drawings made by Muir in 1869 and photographs by Herbert W. Gleason. Includes the bookplate of Dr. Ward Williams, F.B.S. 1944.