John Muir National Historic Site
Western National Parks Association, 1990 - John Muir National Historic Site (Calif.) - 15 pages
From his Martinez, California home, John Muir penned his most impassioned defenses of wild places, helped define the mission of the National Park Service, and launched an enduring national conservation movement. Photos by George H. H. Huey.
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