Project Gutenberg and Seton

Project Gutenberg and Seton

One advantage to being a long dead author is that your books enter the public domain and can come back to life in printed or digital form. Project Gutenberg has made digital copies of seventeen Seton books available in a variety of digital formats. The three most...
Seeking Artists for 2020 Exhibition

Seeking Artists for 2020 Exhibition

I am seeking artists to take part in an exhibition slated for August 2020. Read on to learn about the organizing concepts behind “Endangered.” Before the Land Ethic Decades before Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring or Aldo Leopold’s “land ethic,” Seton, through his art and...
Trial Run for the Sixth Extinction

Trial Run for the Sixth Extinction

The late 19th century witnessed two unrelated examples of collapse. One was the mass slaughter of birds for the fashion industry. Deer, elk, bighorn sheep and bison were on the ropes as well after a particularly vicious century of relentless killing. The other...

Lobo lecture in Albuquerque

Intertwined: The Mexican Wolf, the People and the Land Transformation of a Wolf Killer into a Wolf Protector: Wolves, Conservation and Ernest Thompson Seton by David L. Witt Saturday, March 23, 1 p.m. In January 1894 a little-known Canadian bounty hunter came to the...

da Vinci and Seton finally meet

        Walter Isaacson’s masterful biography, Leonardo da Vinci, takes readers on a journey into the life of one of the most creative minds in history. Civilization has produced only a few such geniuses. As the original “Renaissance Man,” Leonardo...

Lobo Graphic Novel Premiers

The passage of time brings change to the details of life. But overarching themes may change very little. One-hundred and twenty-four years ago Ernest Thompson Seton attended the last hours in the life of a wolf. Referred to in his journal as specimen #677, the wolf...

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