Essay .................... Taming the Wild Side of Bonaventure Tourism and the Contested Southern Landscape by William D. Bryan John Muir marveled at Bonaventureâs landscape, and declared it âone of the most impressive assemblages of animal and plant creatures I ever metââhigh praise from the future founder of the Sierra Club. Bonaventure Cemetery, by Krissa Corbett Cavouras, February 27, 2012, Flickr.com, CC BY-Â C-Â D 2.0. N N â n 1869, twenty-Â ine-Â ear-Â ld John Muir left his home in Indian y o napolis and began to walk south. With Florida as his goal, Muir botanized his way through Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Georgia, before stopping in Savannah. There, he ran out of money and had to spend almost a week âcamping among the tombsâ in Bonaventure Cemetery, a private cemetery just a few miles outside the city. Muir marveled at Bonaventureâs landscape, and declared it âone of the most impressive assemblages of animal and plant creatures I ever metââhigh praise from the future founder of the Sierra Club. Although intended for the dead, the cemetery was a living ecosystem replete with Spanish moss, bald eagles, âlarge flocks of butterflies, [and] all kinds of happy insects,â and
Southern Cultures – University of North Carolina Press
Published: Jul 20, 2017
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