Our national parks
Muir, John, 1838-1914.
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.
Illustrations include photographs of: Sequoias, Mariposa Grove; Pavement of basaltic columns worn by glacial action, Yosemite; Timber line at Thousand Islet Lake, near Mt. Ritter, Yosemite; Azalea thicket, Yosemite; One of the Kings River fountains; Yosemite National Park from Glacier Point; Yosemite woods; Tuolimne Cascade, Yosemite; Young big tree felled for shingles; A one-log house; Road through the sequoias, Mariposa Grove.
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