Audubon

PDF EBook by Constance Rourke

EBook Description

Naturalist, artist, woodsman—all these descriptions fit John James Audubon, and each of them adds its own color to the story of his life. Audubon PDF EBook His personality grips the imagination—unflagging energy drove him from Pennsylvania to Texas, from Florida to Labrador in his unending search for birds; download; salty humor was capable of self- PDFappraisal; unwavering devotion served Lucy, his wife. Courage and independence armed him equaly against frontier dangers and the slander and flattery of civilization. His singleness of purpose never faltered from his youth to his death.
Constance Rourke is an authority on the American frontier and American folk-lore. This background and her interest in the natural scene combine to make her portrait of Audubon a rich contribution to American literature.
The book is illustrated with reproductions in full color of twelve of the elephant folio prints from "Birds of America." Like this book? Read online this: The Audubon Society Guide to Attracting Birds, National Audubon Society.

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