Natural Protest Essays on the History of American Environmentalism
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Copyright year: 2008
Publication date: 11/28/2008
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Michael Egan is Associate Professor of History at McMaster University and Director of the Sustainable Future History Project.
|List of figures|
|"Fancy Foreshadowed a Magnificant Destiny": The Market Revolution and the Kennebec River Dam Fight|
|Organizing Environmental Protest: Swill Milk and Social Activism in Nineteenth-Century New York City|
|"That Shocking Calamity": Revisiting George Catlin's Environmental Politics|
|"The Science-Spirit in a Democracy": Liberty Hyde Bailey, Nature Study, and the Democratic Impulse of Progressive Conservation|
|The Hetch Hetchy Controversy|
|Rethinking Reclamation: How an Alliance of Duck Hunters and Cattle Ranchers Brought Wetland Conservation to California's Central Valley Project|
|A Twisted Road to Earth Day: Air Pollution as an Issue of Social Movements after World War II|
|A Call to Action: Silent Spring, Public Disclosure, and the Rise of Modern Environmentalism|
|Ball of Confusion: Public Health, African Americans, and Earth Day 1970|
|"Save French Pete": Evolution of Wilderness Protests in Oregon|
|Parting the Waters: The Ecumenical Task Force at Love Canal and Beyond|
|Cancer Valley, California: Pesticides, Politics, and Childhood Disease in the Central Valley|
|"It Seems Like We Should Be on the Same Side!": Native Americans, Environmentalists, and the Grand Canyon|