John Muir

  • Scottish

Notable naturalist, author and advocate for preservation of wilderness - AsNotedIn


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Notable visitors Visitor Slabsides (John Burroughs Cabin) West Park
1838/04/21 John Muir is born in Dunbar, Scotland Born John Muir's Birthplace Dunbar
1849/00/00 John Muir's home 1849 to 1856, and periodically 1862-1864 Home Fountain Lake Farm Montello
1868/00/00 John Muir's first visit to Yosemite Visitor Yosemite Valley
1874/00/00 John Muir works as a guide and artist on the Survey of the 39th Parallel across the Great Basin of Nevada and Utah from 1874 to 1877. Work Great Basin
1875/00/00 In the Coast Survey Annual Report, John Muir records geological and botanical characteristics of Mount Shasta in Northern California. Work Mount Shasta
1879/00/00 John Muir's first visit to Glacier Bay, explored Geikie Inlet, he visited Muir Point in 1890 Visitor Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve Alaska
1890/00/00 John Muir home, 1890-1914 Home John Muir National Historic Site Martinez
1899/06/04 Harriman Alaska Expedition lands on Annette Island Arctic Expert Annette Island Alaska Harriman Alaska Expedition
1904/00/00 John Muir resides in North Hall when he was a student at the University of Wisconsin from 1860 to 1863. Home North Hall, University of Wisconsin Madison
1914/12/24 John Muir dies of pneumonia in Los Angeles Died
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