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A Wind-Storm in the Forests, an Essay by John Muir

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The nature writings of environmentalist and Sierra Club founder John Muir are like no other. In this essay from 1894, Muir describes the grandeur of the winds at play in the forests, with stunning and musical detail about the trees of the Sierra and their individual reaction to the wind. Muir's story of climbing a 100-foot Douglas Spruce to experience the sway and swirl of a storm for himself is unforgettable. This short work is part of Applewood Books’ "American Roots," series, tactile mementos of American passions by some of America's most famous writers.

    •    Reprinted and published by Applewood Books in Bedford, MA
    •    The essay is from Mountains of California, originally published in 1894
    •    Hardcover, 30 pages
    •    This tiny little book measures 6.75 x 4.25”, .25” thick
    •    Made in the US
    •    Applewood Books reprints and publishes books on America’s living past

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