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A Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf

by John Muir


Contents

  1. Kentucky Forests and Caves
  2. Crossing the Cumberland Mountains
  3. Through the River Country of Georgia
  4. Camping among the Tombs
  5. Through Florida Swamps and Forests
  6. Cedar Keys
  7. A Sojourn in Cuba
  8. By a Crooked Route to California
  9. Twenty Hill Hollow


A Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf

By

John Muir

Edited By
William Frederic Badè

With Illustrations

Boston And New York
Houghton Mifflin Company
The Riverside Press Cambridge
1916


Copyright, 1916, By Houghton Mifflin Company

All Rights Reserved

Published November 1916


Illustrations

John Muir About 1870 Frontispiece
From a photograph by Bradley & Rulofson, San Francisco, Cal.
Map Showing Route Of Walk to the Gulf
Kentucky Oaks
From a photograph by Theodore Eitel
Entrance To Mammoth Cave
From a photograph. By courtesy of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad
The Clinch River, Tennessee
From a photograph. By courtesy of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad
A Southern Pine
From a photograph by Herbert W. Gleason
Spanish Moss ( Tillandsia )
From a photograph by Herbert W. Gleason
In Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah
From a photograph by Herbert W. Gleason
By The St. John'S River In Eastern Florida
From a photograph by Herbert W. Gleason
A Florida Palmetto Hummocks Or "Hammock"
From a photograph by Herbert K. Job
Lime Key, Florida
From Mr. Muir's sketch in the original journal
Morro Castle And Entrance To Havana Harbor
From a photograph
Twenty Hill Hollow, Merced County, California
From a sketch by Mr. Muir
The colored half-tone of a Florida-sunset which appears on the cover is from a water-color by Miss Amelia M. Watson.


Bibliographic Information

Muir, John, 1838-1914
A Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf

Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1916
Library of Congress Catalog Number: Qh31.M9 A354 1916

Scanned and converted to HTML by Dan E. Anderson, 1996.



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