Grinnell: America's Environmental Pioneer and His Restless Drive To Save the West

By Taliaferro, John

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9781631490132
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Liveright: Norton


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Reviewed on May 1, 2019  |  Science & Technology

Brooklyn-born George Bird Grinnell (1849–1938) was an ethnographer, explorer, entrepreneur, and editor of Forest and Stream magazine, along with being a naturalist and, for a short time, a rancher. Taliaferro (All the Great Prizes) explains Grinnell's early influences, including teacher "Minnie" Audubon (widow of John James) and George Armstrong Custer. As a naturalist, Grinnell made several trips west, with Montana a favorite destina...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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