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Marjory Stoneman Douglas


A Miami Herald article writer who dedicated her articles and her bestsellling non-fiction function towards the preservation from the Florida Everglades. She became a member of the writing personnel from the Miami Herald, initial as a culture reporter and as an editorial columnist, using the last mentioned to market racial equality, women’s suffrage, and environmentalism. Her most widely known function The Everglades: River of Lawn was released the same season that the recreation area was opened up and sought to improve misperceptions, also to raise knowing of the need for the wetlands. Her dad was the initial publisher from the Miami Herald, when it had been still in its Miami Evening Record stage. Edward Abbey was another observed environmentalist, who also designed public opinion along with his writing.

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Full Name Marjory Stoneman Douglas
Date Of Birth April 7, 1890
Died May 14, 1998, Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida, United States
Place Of Birth Minneapolis, MN
Profession Journalist
Education Wellesley College
Nationality American
Awards Presidential Medal of Freedom
Star Sign Aries

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National Geographic Explorer1985TV Series documentaryHerself

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National Parks Exploration Series: The Everglades - A Subtropical Paradise2011Herself - Naturalist / Author

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1There are no other Everglades in the world. They are, they have always been, one of the unique regions of the earth; remote, never wholly known. Nothing anywhere else is like them...

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