Muir, John. “The Snow” WIlderness Essays. Layton, UT; Gibbs Smith, 2015.-Very poetic, contains many useful phrases and metaphors. Excellent imagery in addition to other literary tools.Muir, John. The Yosemite. The Sierra Club. Printed San Bernardino, 2016.-Very educational, there is a lot of factual information about Yosemite including its early history, and many of Muir’s personal experiences "University of the PACIFIC." John Muir Collections. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Dec. 2016.-This source contains a vast amount of articles, letters, field journals, collections and more. This will be particularly helpful when researching Muir’sindividual works. This source has a lot of resources to other databases and articles
Cox 13Wood, Harold. "Short Chronology of Important Events in the Life of John Muir." Chronology of Important Events in the Life of John Muir - John Muir Exhibit (John Muir Education Project, Sierra Club California).The Sierra Club, 21 July 1994. Web. 6 Dec. 2016.-This source has a phenomenal bank of information about John Muir all throughout his life. It has an extensive list of the most important events of his life along with the relative dates that they happened. It includes a geography of John Muir’s life and his travels across the world and around the north american continent. It contains a list of his works and accomplishments along with a well detailed summary of the works components. Wood, Harold. "Who Was John Muir?" About - The John Muir Exhibit - Sierra Club. The Sierra Club, n.d. Web. 6 Dec. 2016.-This is a decent biography that contained some information not mentioned in my other source.