Houghton Mifflin, 1913. First Edition. Original cloth. 8vo. 293,  pp. Index. With illustrations from sketches by the author. Green & black pictorial cover with gilt lettering. Slight rippling to cloth on spine; minor wear to extremities else a fine copy. Item #18865
A series of essays on the three worlds of the young John Muir: his first eleven years in an old town in Scotland, the years 1849-1860 in the central Wisconsin wilderness, during the time the area was being settled, and four years at the University of Wisconsin.