Originally published in 1940, this NEW EDITION adds new photographs and foreword by Seton's granddaughters. Ernest Thompson Seton influenced nature lovers, artists, campers; and Scouts with his philosophy. He was inspired by his love for nature and Native American cultures. Here, Seton describes his moments of discovery, knowledge gathering, and successes as an international leader as a naturalist, artist, writer and educator. He wrote more than 40 books to include Wild Animals I Have Known, Gospel of the Red Man, Woodcraft and Indian Lore. His drawings are still found in Merriam and Century dictionaries.