Linnie Marsh Wolfe

Linnie Marsh Wolfe was an American author and librarian best known for her Pulitzer Prize-winning biography 'Son of the Wilderness: The Life of John Muir' (1945), which chronicles the life and achievements of the famous naturalist and conservationist John Muir. Her work contributed to the public's understanding of Muir's role in the establishment of national parks and the broader conservation movement in the United States.


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  1. 1. Son of the Wilderness

    "Son of the Wilderness" is a biography that chronicles the life and accomplishments of a renowned naturalist and conservationist. The book explores his early years growing up in the harsh wilderness, the experiences and influences that shaped his passion for nature, and his tireless efforts in advocating for the preservation of natural landscapes. The book also highlights his instrumental role in the establishment of the National Park Service and his enduring legacy in the field of environmental conservation.