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Notes Introduction (pp. xi–xvi) 1. Grant to Osborn, 13 September 1928, quoted in Kennedy, “Philanthropy and Science in New York City,” 208. For a brief analysis of the connections between eugenics and conservationism, see Brechin, “Conserving the Race.” 2. Grant to Hornaday, 13 December 1927, folder “New York Zoological Society,” container 13, WTH. 3. J. B. Trevor to R. D. Ward, 3 November 1930, RDW. Chapter 1. Big-Game Hunter (pp. 3–30) 1. Roosevelt, “The Boone and Crockett Club,” 267. 2. Roosevelt, “The Boone and Crockett Club,” 267. 3. Trefethen, Crusade for Wildlife, 14–19; Roosevelt, “The Boone and Crockett Club,” 267. 4. “The Boone and Crockett Club,” Forest and Stream 31, no. 26 (17 January 1889): 513. 5. “The Boone and Crockett Club,” Forest and Stream 31, no. 26 (17 January 1889): 513. 6. U.S. Senate, Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Medal of Honor Recipients, 1863–1973. 7. “Oatlands,” 297. Owing to a typo in Grant’s obituary in the New York Times, almost every scholar since 1937 has erroneously stated that Grant was raised on an estate named Gatlands. 8. “Oatlands,” 298, 299. 9. Grant, untitled essay, biography files, Central Archives, AMNH. 10. Anthony, “Madison Grant,” 396. 11. I am surmising Grant’s train of thought from his discussion of the red deer in “The Vanished Game of Yesterday,” in Hunting Trails on Three Continents, ed. Grinnell et al., 2–3; and Grant to Courtland E. Durand, 4 February 1931, folder 2, box 2, “Office of the President (Madison Grant, W. Redmond Cross), 1906–1940: Records,” WCS-8. 12. Phelps, Autobiography, 136; Robert Lewis Woodbury, “William Kent,” 20. 13. Santayana quoted in Morison, Turmoil and Tradition, 30. 14. William T. Hornaday, draft of unpublished autobiography, container 17, WTH; “Notes on Madison Grant,” folder “Grant, Madison,” biography files, AMNH. 15. Society of Colonial Wars, Annual Register of Officers (1894), 8–9. 16. James, The American Scene, 84; Grant, The Passing of the Great Race, 2nd ed. (1918), 219. 17. Adams, The Education of Henry Adams, 499. 18. Grant, “The Racial Transformation of America,” 344; [Lorimer and Bigelow], “America Last,” 22. 19. Society of Colonial Wars, Annual Register of Officers (1894), 7. 20. Society of Colonial Wars, Annual Register of Officers (1894), 7. 21. William T. Hornaday, “Eighty Fascinating Years,” chap. 11, p. 2, container 112, WTH. 22. Grant, Preserve an America Worth Fighting For, 4. See also Grant, The Conquest of a Continent, 221. 23. Grant, “‘Preservation’ or ‘Restoration,’” 338; W. Redmond Cross, “A Tribute to Madison Grant,” Zoological Society Bulletin 40, no. 4 ( July–August 1937), 104. Zoological Society Bulletin hereafter abbreviated ZSB. 24. “Dr. G. B. Grinnell, Naturalist, Dead,” New York Times, 12 April 1938, p. 23, col. 1. 25. Grinnell quoted in Trefethen, Crusade for Wildlife, 50. 26. Grant, Early History of Glacier National Park, 5–6. For Grant’s admiration of Grinnell , see Grant, “George Bird Grinnell.” 27. Grant to Grinnell, 30 August 1930, reel 37, #524, GBG; Grinnell to Grant, 31 January 1929, reel 30, #224, GBG. 28. Grinnell to Grant, 2 February 1914, #50, reel 18, GBG; 1 April 1916, #927, reel 20, GBG; Niles to Grant, [n.d.], folder “Sinking Fund,” box 1, WCS-10. 29. Roosevelt to Grinnell, 13 January 1894 (quoted in Trefethen, Crusade for Wildlife, 353). 30. Roosevelt, “My Life as a Naturalist,” 325. 31. Alice Roosevelt, quoted in Collier, The Roosevelts, 18. 32. “The Boone and Crockett Club,” Forest and Stream 48, no. 4 (23 January 1897): 61. 33. George Bird Grinnell and Theodore Roosevelt, “The Boone and Crockett Club,” in American Big-Game Hunting, ed. Grinnell and Roosevelt, 14–15. 34. Yard, Our Federal Lands, 330. 35. Quoted in Murphy, Wild Sanctuaries, 33; Trefethen, Wildlife Management and Conservation , 8. 36. Trefethen, An American Crusade, 64. 37. Quoted in Bulletin of the American Game Protective Association 3, no. 1 ( January 1915): 3. 38. Cameron, The Bureau of Biological Survey, 4. 39. Reiger, American Sportsmen, 23; Hornaday, Our Vanishing Wild Life, 54. 40. Grant, “The Vanishing Moose,” 345. 41. Grant, “The Vanishing Moose,” 345. 42. Grant, “Condition of Wild Life in Alaska,” Twelfth Annual Report of the New York Zoological Society (1908), 127. The New York Zoological Society hereafter abbreviated NYZS. 43. Grant, “The Vanishing Moose,” 346; Roosevelt to Grinnell, 13 January 1894, quoted in Trefethen, Crusade for Wildlife, 76. 44. O’Brien, “Environmentalism as a Mass Movement,” 7. 45. See Grant, “Reform in New York Game Laws,” 978; “The Problem of the...

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9781584658108
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9781584657156
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667076920
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508
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2012-07-31
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English
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