H. Clark Brown
Naturalist and Interpreter of Indian Life
LAND OF CONTRASTS AND CHALLENGES—(The Indiana Sand Dunes) (Illustrated). Around the year in Duneland. You will want to go, certainly.
AN EVENING WITH AMERICAN NATURALISTS—Beginning with Audubon and working on up through Thoreau, Burroughs, Mills, Muir, Porter and others, with personal anecdotes taken from contacts with some of the later naturalists.
BOYS AND POETRY—Methods of exposing folks to the values and interests of poetry with numerous types and selections quoted.
THE LIMBERLOST AND ITS BIRDWOMAN—An appreciation of the work of Gene Stratton Porter, and of personal excursions to her land of romance and legend.
The Spirit of the American Indian
The nobility of the American Indian is here shown in songs, in dances and in legend. His artistry is illustrated by actual Indian costumes. The lecture is given in full Indian costume.
H. Clark Brown—Charles City, Iowa
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