From the Book - First edition.
Part one: The education of a Hudson River conservationist, 1882-1932. "All that is in me goes back to the Hudson" ; "I just wish I could be at home to help mark the trees" ; "He knew every tree, every rock, and every stream" ; "Wise use" ; "Nothing like Mother Nature" ; "A twice-born man"
Part two: New Deal conservation, 1933-1936. "They've made the good earth better" ; "He did not wait to ask questions, but simply said that it should be done" ; "Roosevelt is my shepherd" ; "The year of the National Park" ; "A duck for every puddle" ; "Sooner or later, you are likely to meet the sign of the flying goose" ; "We are going to conserve soil, conserve water, and conserve life"
Part three: Conservation expansion, 1937-1939. "While you're gittin', git a-plenty" ; "I hope the son-of-a-bitch who logged that is roasting in hell" ; "Perpetuated for posterity" ; "To benefit wildlife"
Part four: World War II and global conservation, 1940-1945. "An abundance of wild things" ; "The army must find a different nesting place!" ; "Conservation is a basis of permanent peace"
Epilogue: "Where the sundial stands"
Appendix: National Park system areas affected under reorganization of August 10, 1933 ; National Wildlife Refuges established under Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1933-1945 ; National Parks and National Monuments created by Franklin D. Roosevelt following the reorganization of August 10, 1933 ; Establishment and modification of National Forest boundaries by Franklin D. Roosevelt, March 1933 to April 1945 ; The nine Civilian Conservation Corps areas : Civilian Conservation Corps