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Ebook Wild Animals I Have Known by Ernest Thompson Seton read! Book Title: Wild Animals I Have Known
The author of the book: Ernest Thompson Seton
Language: English
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 640 KB
Edition: New Canadian Library
Date of issue: August 4th 2009
ISBN: 0771093802
ISBN 13: 9780771093807

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I really can't say whether I liked this book or not since there were some stories that I thought were decent while in others the author was quite hypocritical. And yet at the same time he was hypocritical he was showing the views that people, especially outdoorsmen had at that time, around particular types of creatures, especially those of the canine family.

The writing was decent but didn't quite catch the attention so it was a mediocre read. There are definitely no really rough words to understand although there are a few spots where the usage of a dialect accent made it hard to understand what was going on or sometimes where certain terms were used that are job-related.

The illustrations were wonderful and were mostly sketch types with no colors besides the medium to draw them. The details were deep in the pictures although I did find some of the animals in their facing were a bit abnormal but otherwise the illustrations work as a portal to the reader while distracting you a bit from the story as you are reading along.

All in all I am still up in the air due to the misconceptions of the canine family and the deep sadness where each story is truly a tragedy. In the end the book will hopefully bring some readers to respect their fellow animals that share our world and hopefully won't condemn those we do fear as does the author's writing. Now if I can figure out whether I want to keep the book or not is the next step....

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Ebook Wild Animals I Have Known read Online! Ernest Thompson Seton was a Scots-Canadian (and naturalized U.S. citizen) who became a noted author, wildlife artist, founder of the Woodcraft Indians, and one of the founding pioneers of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Seton also heavily influenced Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting. His notable books related to Scouting include The Birch Bark Roll and The Boy Scout Handbook. He is responsible for the strong influence of American Indian culture in the BSA.

He was born Ernest Evan Thompson in South Shields, County Durham (now part of South Tyneside, Tyne and Wear), England of Scottish parents and his family emigrated to Canada in 1866. As a youth, he retreated to the woods to draw and study animals as a way of avoiding his abusive father. He won a scholarship in art to the Royal Academy in London, England.

He later rejected his father and changed his name to Ernest Thompson Seton. He believed that Seton had been an important name in his paternal line. He developed a fascination with wolves while working as a naturalist for Manitoba. He became successful as a writer, artist and naturalist, and moved to New York City to further his career. Seton later lived at Wyndygoul, an estate that he built in Cos Cob, a section of Greenwich, Connecticut. After experiencing vandalism by the local youth, Seton invited them to his estate for a weekend where he told stories of the American Indians and of nature.

He formed the Woodcraft Indians in 1902 and invited the local youth to join. The stories became a series of articles written for the Ladies Home Journal and were eventually collected in the The Birch Bark Roll of the Woodcraft Indians in 1906.

He was married twice. The first marriage was to Grace Gallatin in 1896. Their only daughter, Ann, was born in 1904 and died in 1990. Ann, who later changed her first name, became a best-selling author of historical and biographical novels as Anya Seton. According to her introduction to the novel Green Darkness, both of her parents were practicing Theosophists. Ernest and Grace divorced in 1935, and Ernest soon married Julia M. Buttree. Julia would write works by herself and with Ernest. They did not have any children, but did adopt an infant daughter, Beulah (Dee) Seton (later Dee Seton Barber), in 1938. Dee Seton Barber died in 2006.

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