Trails of the Pathfinders is George Bird Grinnell's collection of captivating articles that first appeared in Forest and Stream, his magazine dedicated to the outdoors and the nation's fledgling conservation movement, over 100 years ago. Grinnell examines the courage and determination of famous explorers including Lewis and Clark and Zebulon Pike. Founder of the Audubon Society and an advisor to Theodore Roosevelt, Grinnell was a famed explorer, naturalist and pioneer conservationist. His knowledge of the American West was gained by true-life experiences in ranching, mining and Indian culture.
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