We are all familiar with Porte Crayon (pen name of David Hunter Strother) for his iconic drawings of what is now the Monongahela National Forest and nearby lands. There is a peak named for him there as well as a trail.
Drawings of peaks and forests were not, however, his only interest. For an idea of what he was up to otherwise, consider the article in American Heritage. https://www.americanheritage.com/content/eyewitness-describes-hanging-john-brown