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Margaret Murie is interviewed by Joseph Meeker on April 24, 1982 on San Juan Island, Washington

Author: Margaret E Murie; Joseph W Morrow
Series: Joseph W. Meeker tapes
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Margaret Murie talks about her relationship with wilderness, growing up in Fairbanks, Alaska, her surroundings in Fairbanks, honeymooning with her husband, Olaus Murie, in the Koyukuk country, influence of her husband, John Muir, concern about wilderness in the 1920s, Bob Marshal, first preservations of wilderness in Wyoming and New Mexico, Art Carhart, concerns in the Superior Lake area about lumber companies,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Interviews
Named Person: Margaret E Murie; Robert Marshall; Olaus Johan Murie; Robert Marshall; Margaret E Murie; Olaus Johan Murie
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret E Murie; Joseph W Morrow
OCLC Number: 858876694
Notes: Summary is available in the Oral History Office.
Event notes: Recorded on San Juan Island, Washington on April 24, 1982.
Description: 1 audiocassette (about 60 min.) : analog.
Series Title: Joseph W. Meeker tapes

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Margaret Murie talks about her relationship with wilderness, growing up in Fairbanks, Alaska, her surroundings in Fairbanks, honeymooning with her husband, Olaus Murie, in the Koyukuk country, influence of her husband, John Muir, concern about wilderness in the 1920s, Bob Marshal, first preservations of wilderness in Wyoming and New Mexico, Art Carhart, concerns in the Superior Lake area about lumber companies, individuals worried about conservation and the outcome of development, bob Marshal starting the Wilderness Society in 1935, the beginning of the national park idea in 1872, the continued need to preserve wilderness, the beginning of cooperation between conservation groups in 1950, why the conservation movement has worked, what wilderness means to people in the United States, encouraged by young people and their interest in preserving wilderness, the need for breathing space including urban dwellers, being an optimist, the uniqueness of Alaska and the need to preserve it, D-2 lands, and the connection between the women's movement and the wilderness movement.

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