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    Marker describing MIddle Village at the mouth of Columbia River, once home to the Chinook tribe of Native Americans for thousands of years.


Through the Eyes of John Muir

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Engage students with inquiry-based lessons, activities and reproducible handouts.

Through the Eyes of John Muir presents engaging hands-on lessons, field studies and investigations, stories and games that meet educational standards for third and fourth grade students in language arts, science and social studies.

Students learn by seeing through the eyes of Muir’s own life and actions. They can hold him as a role model for environmental stewardship, scientific research and timeless values concerning the natural world. Muir represents an iconic symbol to individuals around the world – in history and contemporary times – who struggle and persevere to make the world a better place for all.

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