Marjory Stoneman Douglas: Writer & Conservationist


Douglas, M. S. (1937). An argument for a botanical garden in South Florida to be called the Fairchild tropical garden. Coral Gables, Florida: Craftsmen of Kells Press.

Douglas, M. S. (1947). The Everglades: river of grass; illus. by Robert Fink. New York: Rinehart.

Douglas, M. S. (1951). Road to the sun. New York: Rinehart.

Douglas, M. S. (1958). Hurricane. New York: Rinehart.

Douglas, M. S. (1959). Alligator crossing, a novel. New York: J. Day Co.

Douglas, M. S. (1967). Florida: The long frontier (1st ed.). New York: Harper & Row.

Douglas, M. S. (1987). Marjory Stoneman Douglas: Voice of the river : an autobiography. (1st ed.). Englewood, Fl.: Pineapple Press.

Holmes, M. (2004). American women conservationists: twelve profiles. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc.

Random House, I. (2003). The O. Henry prize stories. Retrieved 10/21, 2008, from

Sierra Club. John Muir exhibit, books by John Muir. Retrieved 11/08, 2008.

State of Florida. (2006). Everglades forever. Retrieved 11/01, 2008, from

The Aldo Leopold Foundation. Leopold's land ethic. Retrieved 11/08, 2008, from

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (2007). EPA history - US EPA. Retrieved 12/11, 2008, from

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Duffy, J. E. & The Encyclopedia of Earth. (2007). History of Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge. Retrieved 12/11, 2008, from

University of Miami, Florida International University & Historical Museum of Southern Florida. Reclaiming the Everglades: South Florida's natural history, 1884 to 1934. Retrieved 09/10, 2008, from