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eBook ↠ ePub John Muirs Last Journey South to the and East to Africa ç Free ¶ eyltransferservices É [Download] ➽ John Muirs Last Journey South to the and East to Africa By John Muir – Eyltransferservices.co.uk I am now writing up some notes but wI am now writing up some notes but when they will be ready for publication I do not know It will be a long time before anything is arranged in book form These words of John Muir written in June 1912 to a friend proved prophetic The journals and notes to which the great naturalist and environmental figure was referring have languished unpublished and virtually untouched for nearly a century Until now Here edited published and read for the first time John Muir's travel journals from 1911 12 along with his associated correspondence finally allow us to read in his own words the remarkable story of John Muir's last great journey Leaving from Brooklyn New York in August 1911 John Muir at the age of seventy three and traveling alone embarked on an eight month 40000 mile voyage to South America and Africa The 1911 12 journals and correspondence reproduced in this volume allow us to travel with him up the greatinto the jungles of southern Brazil to snowline in the Andes through southern and central Africa to the headwaters of the Nile and across six oceans and seas in order to reach the rare forests he had so long wished to study Although this epic journey has received almost no attention from the many commentators on Muir's work Muir himself considered it among the most important of his life and the fulfillment of a decades long dream

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I am now writing up some notes but when they will be ready for publication I do not know It will be a long time before anything is arranged in book form These words of John Muir written in June 1912 to a friend proved prophetic The journals and notes to which the great naturalist and environmental figure was referring have languished unpublished and virtually untouched for nearly a century Until now Here edited published and read for the first time John Muir's travel journals from 1911 12 along with his associated correspondence finally allow us to read in his own words the remarkable story of John Muir's last great journey Leaving from Brooklyn New York in August 1911 John Muir at the age of seventy three and traveling alone embarked on an eight month 40000 mile voyage to South America and Africa The 1911 12 journals and correspondence reproduced in this volume allow us to travel with him up the greatinto the jungles of southern Brazil to snowline in the Andes through southern and central Africa to the headwaters of the Nile and across six oceans and seas in order to reach the rare forests he had so long wished to study Although this epic journey has received almost no attention from the many commentators on Muir's work Muir himself considered it among the most important of his life and the fulfillment of a decades long drea

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John Muirs Last Journey South to the and East to AfricaM I am now writing up some notes but when they will be ready for publication I do not know It will be a long time before anything is arranged in book form These words of John Muir written in June 1912 to a friend proved prophetic The journals and notes to which the great naturalist and environmental figure was referring have languished unpublished and virtually untouched for nearly a century Until now Here edited published and read for the first time John Muir's travel journals from 1911 12 along with his associated correspondence finally allow us to read in his own words the remarkable story of John Muir's last great journey Leaving from Brooklyn New York in August 1911 John Muir at the age of seventy three and traveling alone embarked on an eight month 40000 mile voyage to South America and Africa The 1911 12 journals and correspondence reproduced in this volume allow us to travel with him up the greatinto the jungles of southern Brazil to snowline in the Andes through southern and central Africa to the headwaters of the Nile and across six oceans and seas in order to reach the rare forests he had so long wished to study Although this epic journey has received almost no attention from the many commentators on Muir's work Muir himself considered it among the most important of his life and the fulfillment of a decades long dre