The National Parks: Muir and Roosevelt
In 1903 President Theodore Roosevelt travels to Yosemite and camps with John Muir. Muir has been struggling to add the Yosemite Valley to the extensive park system under the direction of the federal government. Teddy Roosevelt asks Muir to accompany him on a camping trip and they set off first to the Mariposa Grove.
Aired: 09/27/09Video has closed captioning.