The Wild Muir: Twenty-two of John Muir's Greatest Adventures Character Descriptions

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John Muir

This is the author.

Rev. S. Hall Young

This person describes one major account in the book in Chapter 19, despite most of the author's travels being alone.

Stickeen

This is the dog that was taken on a glacier exploration.

Daniel Muir

This is the author's father.

American Indians

These people are encountered in the Sierra Nevadas.

Professor Reid

This associate provided transport for the subject of the book after his hikes from time to time.

William Keith

This good friend of the subject of the book was an artist.

John Swett and J. B. McChesney

These people are good friends with the author and hike along with him.

City Dwellers

The author cannot understand these people and avoids them.

Muir's Childhood Friends

These people are described in the first chapter.

Grizzly Bears

These are encountered several times. The author rushes at them to see them run...

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