John Muir (21 April 1838 24 December 1914) was a Scottish-born American naturalist, author, and early advocate of preservation of wilderness in the United States.
World Heritage Sites connected to 'John Muir':
Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks 1897 (via Banff and Canadian Rockies); linkGlacier parks Alaska 1879 (first Alaskan expedition with S. Hall Young) (Fort Wrangell, Glenora on the Stikine River, mid-October Glacier Bay) 1880 (July-September, to Taylor Glacier with Stickeen) 1881 (May-October, Cruised aboard the Corwin, Bering Sea, Siberia) 1890 1896 1897 (via Banff and Canadian Rockies) 1899 (Harriman Alaska Expedition) (Sitka June 1899) (Wrangell, Glacier Bay, Prince William Sound 1899); linkGrand Canyon Grand Canyon (Flagstaff), Arizona September 29, 1896 (with Gifford Pinchot), February-March 1909 (with John Burroughs) ; linkMammoth Cave "The naturalist John Muir (early September 1867)" - Wiki (Mammoth Cave National Park)Stone Town of Zanzibar Zanzibar, Tanzania January February 1912; linkWrangel Island (claimed the island for the United States in 1881)Yellowstone Yellowstone National Park, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana - 1885 Yosemite National Park 1868: Muir's first trip to Yosemite Valley
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