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Steep trails

California, Utah, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, the Grand Ca©Þnon

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This edition was published in by Houghton Mifflin Company in Boston, . New York.

Moral improvers have calls to preach. I have a friend who has a call to plough, and woe to the daisy sod or azalea thicket that falls under the savage redemption of his keen steel shares. Not content with the so-called subjugation of every terrestrial bog, rock, and moorland, he would fain discover some method of reclamation applicable to the ocean and the sky, that in due calendar time they might be brought to bud and blossom as the rose.

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March 8, 2007, BiblioBazaar
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November 3, 2006, Hard Press
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June 1, 2006, Cosimo Classics
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2005, eBooksLib
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June 30, 2004, Kessinger Publishing
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December 2003, IndyPublish.com
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Steep Trails
November 2002, IndyPublish.com
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Steep Trails
November 2002, IndyPublish.com
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1994, Sierra Club Books
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1970, N. S. Berg
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1918, Houghton, Mifflin
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Steep Trails

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Moral improvers have calls to preach. I have a friend who has a call to plough, and woe to the daisy sod or azalea thicket that falls under the savage redemption of his keen steel shares. Not content with the so-called subjugation of every terrestrial bog, rock, and moorland, he would fain discover some method of reclamation applicable to the ocean and the sky, that in due calendar time they might be brought to bud and blossom as the rose.

Steep trails

California, Utah, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, the Grand Ca©Þnon

Manuscript

This edition was published in by Houghton Mifflin Company in Boston, . New York.


Table of Contents

Wild wool
A geologist's winter walk
Summer days at Mount Shasta
A perilous night on Shasta's summit
Shasta rambles and Modoc memories
The city of the Saints
A great storm in Utah
Bathing in Salt Lake
Mormon lilies
The San Gabriel Valley
The San Gabriel Mountains
Nevada farms
Nevada forests
Nevada's timber belt
Glacial phenomena in Nevada
Nevada's dead towns
Puget Sound
The forests of Washington
People and towns of Puget Sound
An ascent of Mount Rainier
The physical and climatic characteristics of Oregon
The forests of Oregon and their inhabitants
The rivers of Oregon
The Grand Ca©Þnon of the Color

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Series
The writings of John Muir -- vol. VI

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OL7136380M
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