Yosemite: A Sweeping Epic Novel of the American Wilderness in the Bestselling Tradition of James Michener...
Filled with the men and women who made history, the epic story of a timeless place of vast, unspoiled beauty reveals Yosemite's rich resources and visionaries like John Muir and Theodore Roosevelt who preserved it for generations of Americans. Original.
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