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10 thoughts on “Guestbook

    1. Bo

      What a wonderful job…..
      I wass there some 45 years ago…..don’t remember seeing the library then, but I was a bit young. I knew of ETS, tho… him and Jack London as a youngster and dreamed of being in the woods with animals.
      I eventually became a Field Zoologist…….modern day Naturalist.

    2. fernando

      I’m searching for the cite: “Ever since Lobo, my sincerest wish has been to impress upon people that each of our native wild
      creatures is in itself a precious heritage that we have no right to destroy or put beyond the reach of our children”
      Can you help me, please?

  1. Bo

    We read “Gospel of the Redman” a lot around the table during our Family Sunday meetings for many years. There is nothing like the majesty of that book. I know my kids are better for having been read to from that thin little book…..
    I am very pleased to see the legacy carried on…..

  2. Bruce Blumenstein

    Sometimes what we read gets put on the front burner of emotion…his wild animals book …etched forever as one of my great good medicine lasting connections.

  3. David Glidden

    picked up a copy of “The Gospel of The Redman”his compilations of ancient American Indian wisdom.Along with his own rumination,has enthralled and inspired this modern eastern businessman.

  4. Päivi Katariina Savolainen

    Just finished reading Two Little Savages in an old crofter´s house in the middle of forest in Finland. Thank you Seton, for your perceptive thoughts and your great sense of humor.

  5. Peter Berton

    I was noticing an article about the Indian Costume book.

    I believe I have a copy of that book, and would love to talk about it with someone.

    please contact me at my email address.

  6. Allan Rubin

    I am finally reading his books and find not only are his observations about nature accurate from my own experiences but he is by far the most interesting naturalist and his writing can stand with any great literature. The strengths of Remington, Bartrams, Aggasiz, Peterson, Twain, Faulkner, Hemingway and many other prominent naturalists, he is one of the most nuanced writers not only about animal but also human behavior as well as the interactions between species of all kinds.

    I regret only not reading his works as a child. No wonder he was consulted by giants.
    May is memory be disseminated more widely. Maybe he can be a role model for those doubting global warming or trying to disband the EPA.

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