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Forty years on: Sigurd Olson and the Wilderness Act
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Listening Point was the name Olson gave his property on Burntside Lake, north of Ely.  The property gave Olson his own wilderness-like escape, and writing inspiration.  One of his more popular works of essays was the book "Listening Point," written in 1957. (MPR Photo/Bob Kelleher)

Listening Point was the name Olson gave his property on Burntside Lake, north of Ely. The property gave Olson his own wilderness-like escape, and writing inspiration. One of his more popular works of essays was the book "Listening Point," written in 1957.

(MPR Photo/Bob Kelleher)
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