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By Mark Thompson

Charles Fletcher Lummis begun his stunning occupation in 1884 by means of strolling from Ohio to begin a brand new activity on the three-year previous l. a. instances. by the point of his demise in 1928, the 3,500 mile "tramp around the continent" was once only a footnote in his astonishingly diversified profession: crusading journalist, writer of approximately dozen books, editor of the influential political and literary journal Out West, la urban librarian, preserver of Spanish missions, and Indian rights gadfly. Lummis either embodied and outlined our imaginative and prescient of the West, and of the United States itself.

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