This article is about woodcraft or woodlore. This page was last edited on 23 May 2016, camping and woodcraft pdf 20:04. 1880s and an early conservationist.
1860s, but the typical canoe trip of the day employed expert guides and heavy canoes. Adirondack wilderness had further inspired the trip. He was fascinated by the few books about Native Americans his family possessed, which left him with an abiding interest in forest life and adventure. A period of factory labor while still a child left him with a fondness for the writing of Charles Dickens.
1884, that has remained in print ever since. He died at his home in Pennsylvania seven years later. Mount Nessmuk, in northern Pennsylvania, is named after him. Lake George, NY: Adirondack Mountain Club.