||Henry David Thoreau, Walden; or, Life in the Woods, 1854; second half of Ch. 2: "Where I Lived and What I Lived For"
Note: Read the second half of the chapter, beginning with "Every morning was a cheerful invitation" (about halfway down the page).
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|Brief biography of Thoreau, from the Library of Congress (longer biography available on The Thoreau Reader)
Transcendentalists and modern environmentalism, discussed in an essay from the National Humanities Center's TeacherServe®:
"The Puritan Origins of the American Wilderness Movement"