8 edition of The American wilderness and its future found in the catalog.
Describes the conflict between environmentalists and commercial and recreational interests over how the remaining wilderness areas in America should be used.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 135-140) and index.
|Statement||Edward F. Dolan.|
|LC Classifications||SB482.A4 D65 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||91033440|
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"Full of surprises and unusual revelations an informed and disturbing portrait of the new American badlands."--Chicago Tribune "[Kaplan is] tireless, curious, and smart I cannot imagine anyone will concoct a more convincing scenario for the American future." --Thurston Clarke, The New York TimesCited by: The American Wilderness and Its Future: Conservation Versus Use Library Binding – May 1, by Edward F.
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Are you an author. Author: Edward F. Dolan. A well-written, succinct summary covers the major controversies over use or preservation. Distinguishing among conservationists who support ``multiple use'' (including recreation, logging, and mining), preservationists who want to keep wild land untouched, and environmentalists who link preservation to global environmental problems, Dolan presents the history of national parks, forests, and.
Get this from a library. The American wilderness and its future: conservation versus use. [Edward F Dolan] -- Describes the conflict between environmentalists and commercial and recreational interests over how the remaining wilderness areas in America should be used.
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"The wilderness and the idea of wilderness is one of the permanent homes of the human spirit." - Joseph Wood Krutch Writer, critic and naturalist "Wilderness is the raw material out of which man has hammered the artifact called civilization.
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While not a "wilderness book" per se, this novel makes the outdoor world of the northern Rockies as much a character as the unforgettable sisters.
William Cronon will trace the changing meanings of wilderness in American history, and argue for its ongoing importance today and in the future. As we celebrate in the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness The American wilderness and its future book has protected more than million acres of U.S.
public land—it’s well worth pondering this remarkable achievement. A study of military tactics and strategy before the War of Independence, this book reexamines the conquest of the North American wilderness and its native peoples by colonial settlers.
Historians have long believed that the peculiar conditions of the New World, coupled with the success of Indians tactics, forced the colonists to abandon traditional European methods of warfare.
Wilderness and the American Mind by Roderick Nash There is just one hope of repulsing the tyrannical ambition of civilization to conquer every niche on the whole earth. That hope is the organization of spirited people who will fight for the freedom of the wilderness/5.
This book takes up the American adult impulse to give its children—and future adults—a better life than the adults enjoy by returning the youths to the former ‘youthful,’ ‘primitive’ and pre-industrial civilization.
Van Slyck’s recounting of the movement is successful. An Empire Wilderness opens in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where the first white settlers moved into Indian country and where Manifest Destiny was born. In a world whose future conflicts can barely be imagined, it is also the place where the army trains its men to fight the next war/5(2).
The Wilderness Act at Celebrating Wild Places Across America. The United States is home to more than million people, with over 80 percent of the population living in urban : Natasha Geiling. "The central thesis of the book--the triumph of the wild locality over the grim, bureaucratic Empire--is a profound one The Ocean Is a Wilderness provides a solid overview of state response to piracy and illegal trade, as well as offering numerous potential paths for future research.
It is well recommended to anyone with an interest in. Editorial Reviews. Praise for A Year in the Wilderness Named One of Twenty Big Indie Books of Fall by Publishers Weekly Featured in the Wall Street Journal “For days in andthe Freemans lived in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, paddling a canoe or towing a toboggan from campsite to : Milkweed Editions.
Ballpark: Baseball in the American City. By Paul Goldberger Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf Published: May An illustrated, entirely new look at the history of baseball: told through the stories of the vibrant and ever-changing ballparks where the game was and is staged, by the Pulitzer Prize-winning architectural critic.
Order the book. • Wilderness has a right to exist for its own sake, independent of whether or not mankind values it • This has been a useful stance in recruiting members of the modern environmental movement • However, it has minimal impact politically, and hence, little power as an argument. The book makes all-in-all a fascinating read, and anyone wanting to learn about In particular, Nash shows how the view of undeveloped wilderness as something possessing intrinsic value worth preserving in an undeveloped state is a uniquely American idea, and one of the great intellectual contributions to world by: "The Idea of Wilderness is a comprehensive new look at the wilderness concept in the spirit of Roderick Nash's Wilderness and the American Mind, but on the scale of Traces on the Rhodian Shore by Clarence Glacken, to whom the book is dedicated.
It includes detailed and insightful new discussions of the thought of Thoreau, Muir, and Leopold, as. ALASKA: million acres in 48 existing areas; million acres proposed HAWAII:acres in 2 existing areas EASTERN U.S.: million acres in existing areas; 17, acres proposed (in ME and TN) On Deck.
A few wilderness bills of note** Alpine Lakes Wilderness Additions and Pratt and Middle Fork Snoqualmie Rivers Protection Act Introduced ; 22, acres Highlights. In this analysis of American approaches to wilderness, Vale combines a personal passion for wilderness protection with a critique of the multifarious ways that wilderness is defined and conserved.
The book is not aimed at providing a history of the area, which has been well covered by others. Important Wilderness Thinkers, Leaders, and Advocates. Today's wilderness advocates and stewards, working for wilderness non-profit organizations and government agencies, continue the evolution of wilderness movement that was created by legendary conservationists before them.
The wilderness movement we know today grew out of a broader conservation ethic that was born through the. The American Heritage. The third motivation for WASP conservationism was its cultural dimension. Wilderness was considered to be intimately bound up with the national character, the authentically American heritage.
America was born out of continued contact with the wilderness, with settlers and pioneers struggling to carve a living out of a.
In AMERICAN VALUES, AMERICAN WILDERNESS, the late Christopher Reeve introduces us to a wide variety of citizens sharing their deep love of wilderness, from early childhood experiences to expressions of hope for the future. These are stories of love for the American wilderness, and an earnest plea to all to take an active role in its protection.
Backpacking mostly solo, Stillman leads us to the heart of the American Wilderness, where nature works her magic to heal and transform your life. In this riveting book, Stillman guides us on a trip to uncover timeless wisdom, ancient magic, and a Gateway to the : Wild Soul Press. "Billionaire Wilderness is a thoroughly reported, measured account of what it's like to live in Wyoming's new Gilded Age, and a welcome addition to the national debate on the American West — what it's for, who it belongs to, and who gets to decide its future." Nate Blakeslee, New York Times bestselling author of American Wolf.
The book both celebrates the state’s wildness and examines its conservation challenges, such as the legacy of The Wilderness Act and landscape resiliency. Rooted in Kaufmann’s decades of backcountry exploration and plein air watercolor, the title feels both retro and achingly relevant today.
Seasons: Desert Sketches by Ellen MeloyAuthor: Olivia Box. “When Roderick Nash’s Wilderness and the American Mind first appeared init was justly praised as ‘the first real idea book in environmental history’—indeed a classic study greatly influencing other scholar and the public down to the present.
The revised edition not only demonstrates his ongoing concern for the environment with new chapters and a needed coverage of recent. An Empire Wilderness: Traveling Into America's Future - Ebook written by Robert D.
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This American wilderness, what Lewis ( 5) calls both a "real thing and a human construction," finds its genesis in the works of cultural forces such as the Transcendentalists and the Hudson.
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This book explains what activists are after, how the struggle differs from more familiar environmental battles and what it means for the future of the American landscape.
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"Ability to see the cultural value of wilderness boils down, in Author: Guardian Staff. Unfortunately, the prognostications of “An Empire Wilderness” are the weakest part of the book. Believing that geography is destiny, Kaplan claims that our future can be deduced from a random.
Wilderness and the Changing American West. AN EMPIRE WILDERNESS: Travels into America's Future. The Well-Organized Camper. A Kosher Hollywood For .America’s fascination with the outdoors began long before the growth of Hollywood in the early 20th century, and so it has been woven throughout our cinematic history as well.
Typically, the role of wilderness in movies has been adversarial, playing on the trope of “man vs. nature.” Other times, it serves as a gorgeous backdrop, giving. Ian Tyrrelland#;s eye-opening book is both a cohesive picture of Teddy Rooseveltand#;s engagements with the natural world but, far more important, a compelling portrait of how Americans used and worried about natural resources in a time of burgeoning empire.
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