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John rescues his brother, Davie, from an after bedtime roof- climbing contest. In school in Scotland, John began learning about natural history; he was excited by John James Audubon’s tales of American wildlife.
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Bonaventure Cemetery Savannah Georgia
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“And from the eastern boundary of the vast golden flower bed rose the mighty Sierra, miles in height, and so gloriously colored, and so radiant, it seemed not clothed with light, but wholly composed of it, like the wall of some celestial city.” - John Muir.
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Yosemite Reservation & Mariposa Big Tree Grove - 1864 “First Scenic Reserve Created by Federal Action”- Yosemite California State Park contained only ten-square-mile strip of Yosemite valley and a square mile of big trees (the Mariposa Grove).
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Visiting Yosemite in 1871 at the age of 68, philosopher-writer Ralph Waldo Emerson listens to his young disciple, John Muir, as the two stand solemnly among towering sequoias in the Mariposa Grove. After a moment of quiet reverence, the frail man, whose
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