6 edition of Culture, environment, and conservation in the Appalachian South found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Benita J. Howell.|
|Contributions||Howell, Benita J.|
|LC Classifications||F217.A65 C85 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
|ISBN 10||0252027051, 0252070224|
|LC Control Number||2001003340|
Historical Archaeology, 36 4 : Landscape Partnership—co-convened by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and the National Park Service—includes conservation leaders representing agencies and organizations along the entire length of the Trail. Even in in pre-Columbian times, change was fairly rapid, as intensive agriculture and forest management spread up the rivers. The issue of transportation was huge in being able to use the natural resources within the area. Nassaney and Charles R. Landscape Partnership.
In some of the essays, for example, greater use of applicable secondary published sources could have resulted in more historiographically significant interpretations. Focus work will be refined as more partners engage in the A. Other colonies outlawed night hunting and the killing of does, two measures designed to relieve some of the pressure on the deer herds. This criticism is one that I have heard before and creates a constant debate over how to regulate public lands. In this way, the Trail Corridor will be integrated further into the community landscape across Pennsylvania. Like most essay collections, this book is uneven in topical coverage and in the depth and quality of the material presented.
English maps note the town's location, and a census taken in counted approximately ninety people living in the village. Prefer another language? Some students like Ulrich B. Sinceshe has worked locally as a factory foreman.
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French colonists also established an outpost at Mobile on the Gulf Coast in The next phase of A. Attakullakulla p. Bald cypress and Atlantic white cedar became the preferred woods for shingles and clapboard.
Fisher believes that while Weller's intentions were well-meaning, he inadvertently contrasted the Appalachian people to a white American middle class standard. Michael M. Featured Titles View Current Catalog Orders may be placed online via this website, by callingor by email to orders press.
In the South—as elsewhere in North America—Indians had to rely on and therefore destroy plants and animals that they regarded as spiritual kin.
Even in in pre-Columbian times, change was fairly rapid, as intensive agriculture and forest management spread up the rivers. African slaves—no less than Europeans or Indians—used the environment to meet their needs, even to the point of reshaping southern swamps into places of sustenance, refuge, and freedom.
Long portrayed as a region of "backwardness" with stagnant economies, strange religious practices, primitive housing, and odd culinary tastes, the Appalachian region from West Virginia to northern Alabama is finally being appreciated for its cultural diversity and environmental history.
To support the fatherless family, the sons, including Martha's father, Ben, farmed fulltime. Father and son share responsibilities for the fields while Hank plans to raise sheep.
His current research interests include the environmental history of North America with an emphasis on the South and Southern Appalachia, the history of America's National and State Parks, and the ethnohistory of Early America.
One wonders, how did the locals truly feel about the growing numbers of "hippies" within their midst? Note that 10, years earlier a mere instant in geologic time the continent had been much colder; indeed many of the forests Europeans encountered had been in the South onlyyears.
Sinceshe has worked locally as a factory foreman. One important s establishment in the watershed was the Russell homestead. In fact, a few of the long-standing factories closed in recent years. In keeping with their Christian beliefs, most Europeans took literally the biblical admonition to subdue the earth and exert dominion over it.
The Chattooga remains one of the only major free-flowing southern Appalachian rivers. However, because southern Indians lived in relatively small villages and frequently moved in conjunction with the seasons, malarial outbreaks were rare before European settlement.
The unique landscape of mountains, rivers, valleys, fields, streams, and hollows has supported a wide range of flora, fauna, and human populations for thousands of years, while in more recent times the rich timber and coal resources in the area have attracted individuals and companies intent on extracting a profit.
Although the A. As it became clear that southern soils would yield few precious minerals, all three nations turned their attention to other products from southern forests. Table 1. Currently, Alleghany is experiencing an unprecedented increase of Hispanic migrant workers, many of whom are employed through the burgeoning Christmas tree industry.Welcome all to the Southern Appalachian Brook Trout (SABT) Conservation Facebook page!
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Focusing on the mountainous area from northern Alabama to West Virginia, this important volume explores the historic and contemporary interrelations between culture and environment in a region that has been plagued by land misuse and damaging stereotypes of Format: Paperback.
A small museum in Bristol administered by the Birthplace of Country Music Alliance (BCMA), a non- profit group run by country music enthusiasts and supporters of Appalachian music that is also an affiliate of the Smithsonian, approached the Smithsonian with a proposal to mount a Folklife Festival program in celebrating Appalachian culture.