S A N D S T O N E   A N D   L O N E L Y   S K I E S
Archer Press, Danbury, Connecticut, 1979. 176 pp.
 
  Lost Sandstone and Lonely Skies  
  In Lost Sandstone and Lonely Skies and Other Essays Jesse Stuart selected pieces that expressed his views on nature and conservation. He feels, “Wildlife, flora and fauna are immortal subjects. So is the subject of people.” So passionate was he about nature that Stuart insured that the 900 acres that he owned along W-Hollow would be preserved by the Kentucky Nature Preserves Commission, as well as Jesse Stuart Foundation that he founded.
 

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