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John Muir Newsletter, Fall 1991, John Muir Center For Regional Studies Aug 1991

John Muir Newsletter, Fall 1991, John Muir Center For Regional Studies

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John Muir Newsletter fall, 1991 university of the pacific new series, volume 1 number 4 TO OUR READERS Our readers and subscribers haye responded enthusiastically to the first year of issues in the new series of the John Muir Newsletter. .We here at the Muir Center are grateful for your accolades and encouragement, and we hope that more of you will become active supporters of the Center. We want to encourage you to demonstrate your support in two concrete ways, First, while we thank all our subscribers, we urge those of you who read the Newsletter but who have not ...


John Muir Newsletter, Summer 1991, John Muir Center For Regional Studies Jun 1991

John Muir Newsletter, Summer 1991, John Muir Center For Regional Studies

John Muir Newsletters

J oh n M u i r N e ws I etter summer, 1991 university of the pacific hew series, volume 1 number 3 CALL FOR PAPERS California Immigrants: People, Plants and Animals CALIFORNIA HISTORY INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA APRIL 23-25, 1992 "California Immigrants: People, Plants and Animals" is the theme of the 1992 California History Institute, sponsored by the John Muir Center for Regional Studies at the University of the Pacific. The 500th anniversary of European expansion in the western hemisphere presents an opportunity for deeper reflection and analysis of the interaction between humans and the ...


John Muir Newsletter, Spring 1991, John Muir Center For Regional Studies Apr 1991

John Muir Newsletter, Spring 1991, John Muir Center For Regional Studies

John Muir Newsletters

spring, 1991 JOHN MUIR MONOGRAPH TO APPEAR The John Muir Center for Regional Studies has completed its work on the papers presented in April, 1990, to the California History Institute on John Muir's life and work. The edited papers are now in the hands of a major publisher. The eventual volume will contain an introduction, fifteen separate essays, and an appendix. The book will be divided into six sections, each of which will focus on a different aspect of Muir's life and work. The sections include one on Muir the individual, another on Muir and religion, and a ...