Environmental Issues in American History: A Reference Guide with Primary Documents (Major Issues in American History)
Controversy surrounding environmental issues is not a recent development in American history. Since the time of the early settlers, issues concerning the environment have plagued certain groups of Americans. In this exhaustively researched study, primary documents support different sides of various questions, such as the use of water as an energy source, deforestation, gold mining in California, and the emergence of wildlife conservation. High school and college students will not only find this book extremely comprehensive, but will also find its heated discussions exceptionally engaging.
Specifications of Environmental Issues in American History: A Reference Guide with Primary Documents (Major Issues in American History)
|Author||Chris J. Magoc|
|Number Of Pages||368|
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