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- Transcendentalism : Philosophical, religious, literary, cultural, and social movement associated in particular with early 19th century New England intellectuals such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and others.
- Walden : Semi-autobiographical, philosophical work (published 1854) by Henry David Thoreau in which he develops his views concerning man's relation to nature in the context of living in a cabin on Walden Pond.
- John Brown : (1800-59) American abolitionist who led a raid on the U.S. federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry and was hanged for his efforts, becoming a martyr in the antislavery fight as a result.
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- Ralph Waldo Emerson : (1803-82) American poet, essayist, and lecturer; leading exponent of New England transcendentalism.
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- John Muir : (1838-1914) U.S. naturalist and conservationist, born in Scotland; founded the Sierra Club.
- Aldo Leopold : (1887-1948): an early 20th century American conservation ecologist who was instrumental in the creation of the first U.S. national wilderness area; wrote A Sand County Almanac.
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