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"In clear, elegant prose, Jeff Crane provides a fresh portrait of an America in the throes of environmental change. As environmental issues confront citizens at every turn, thoughtful reflections such as Crane?s will become ever more important to the security of the nation?s future. Highly recommended."
?Mark Fiege, Professor of History, Colorado State University
"Clearly written and intuitively organized, The Environment in American History offers a balanced and accessible way for students or anyone interested in American history to appreciate the role of nature in the ongoing development of the United States."
?Sterling Evans, Professor of History, University of Oklahoma
"Jeff Crane tells compelling and emblematic stories that firmly ground four hundred years of American history in environmental context. Like few surveys available, this book effectively incorporates recent history as well. Crane?s creative choices for the document section will be useful in the classroom, foregrounding the sources and methods that make it an excellent book."
?Jeffrey C. Sanders, Associate Professor of History, Washington State University
"Jeff Crane delves deeply into a wide breadth of topics vital to understanding U.S. environmental history. The Environment in American History promises to become a leading textbook, especially for instructors who aim to give students a more in-depth view of the ways in which nature has under-girded American history and a better understanding of current environmental problems."
?Marsha Richmond, Associate Professor, History of Science, Wayne State University
Buchbeschreibung Taylor & Francis Jan 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 254x178x36 mm. Neuware - Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780415808729