While George Bird Grinnell's achievements are famous & enduring, his self-effacement & determination to minimize his own accomplishments & to remain in the background have almost removed his name from public recognition. He deserves better. This book chronicles the life of this famous anthropologist, Indian authority, author, naturalist & explorer. From his years at Yale, through the establishment of the first Audubon Society, to his receipt of the Roosevelt Memorial Association Gold Medal & becoming President of the National Parks Association, this book follows his life & achievements. This book honors his pioneering interest, concern & love for all American Indian. In his memory, the George Bird Grinnell American Indian Fund was established. The Fund's goal is to improve educational opportunities & the quality of life for American Indian children & their families. To order, contact Grinnell & Lawton Publishing, Front Street, P. O. Box 918, Millbrook, NY 12545. (914) 677-5857.Parsons, Cynthia is the author of 'George Bird Grinnell: A Biographical Sketch' with ISBN 9780963519009 and ISBN 096351900X.