Gabriel Sovulewski was one of the most colorful and beloved figures in the history of Yosemite National Park, where he was the longest serving employee. He was largely responsible for Yosemite's excellent trail system, and was an internationally recognized authority on trail building.
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About the Author
Fernando Peñalosa is the author of Yosemite in the 1930s and Shirley Sargent: Yosemite History, and editor of The Joy of Yosemite: The Colllected Writings of Enid Michael: Pioneer Yosemite Naturalist. He has also done research in Hawaii, Mexico, Guatemala, Israel and Macedonia, and published books in a number of fields.