Readership: Students and general readers interested in biography, environmental history, Western history, California history, Scottish history, nature lovers, and conservationists.
Donald Worster, Hall Distinguished Professor of American History, University of Kansas
Donald Worster is Hall Distinguished Professor of American History at the University of Kansas and the author of many books, including A River Running West, the Bancroft Prize-winning Dust Bowl, and Under Western Skies: Nature and History in the American West.
"Worster's biography is scholarly" - Sunday Herald (Glasgow)
Prologue: Muir's Trail
1.: Ch. 1 The Scottish Lowlands
2.: Ch. 2 "That Glorious Wisconsin Wilderness"
3.: Ch. 3 Climbing the Ice Mountain
4.: Ch. 4 Border Crossings
5.: Ch. 5 The Long Walk
6.: Ch. 6 Paradise Found
7.: Ch. 7 The High Peaks
8.: Ch. 8 Coming in from the Cold
9.: Ch. 9 The Shores of Alaska
10.: Ch. 10 Husbandry
11.: Ch. 11 A Call to Lead
12.: Ch. 12 The Company of Green Men
13.: Ch. 13 Earthquake
14.: Ch. 14 The Troubled Wealth of Nature
Epilogue: Trail's End