Donald Gustave Schueler
was born August 6, 1929, in New York City and was educated at the
University of Georgia, where he received a B.A. in 1951, and at
Louisiana State University, where he earned a M.A. in 1960 and a
Ph.D. in 1962. He has taught English at the University of New Orleans.
Several of his books reflect his environmentalist ethics, including
Preserving the Pascagoula (1980) and A Handmade Wilderness
posted October 2002)
- Problems in English Grammar. C. E. Merrill, 1965.
- Incident at Eagle Ranch. Sierra Books, 1980.
- Preserving the Pascagoula. University of Mississippi
- Adventuring Along the Gulf of Mexico: The Sierra Club Travel
Guide to the Gulf Coast of the United States and Mexico from the
Florida Keys to Yucatan. Sierra Club Books (San Francisco,
- The Temple of the Jaguar: Travels in the Yucatan.
Sierra Club Books (San Francisco, CA), 1993.
- A Handmade Wilderness. Houghton Mifflin (Boston,
- Theodore Roosevelt: A MyReportLinks.com Book. MyReportLinks.com
(Berkeley Heights, NJ), 2002.
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