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A documentary history of conservation in America, Edited by Robert McHenry, with Charles Van Doren. Introd. by Lorus and Margery Milne

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A documentary history of conservation in America
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Edited by Robert McHenry, with Charles Van Doren. Introd. by Lorus and Margery Milne
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  • Conservation of natural resources
  • Conservation of natural resources in literature
  • Ecology
  • Ecology in literature
  • Conservation des ressources naturelles
  • Écologie
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  • Introduction. Awareness of the living world / by Lorus and Margery Milne -- Part 1. In the beginning -- -- [Part 1.1] The unplanted garden -- 1. Sumer is icumen in (13th century). Under the greenwood tree / William Shakespeare (1600). The garden / Andrew Marvell (ca. 1650). Ode on solitude / Alexander Pope (ca. 1700). The world is too much with us / William Wordsworth (1806) -- 2. The fall from nature / Jean Jacques Rousseau (1755) -- 3. Letter to Lord Raphael Sanchez / Christopher Columbus (1493) -- 4. The second voyage of John Hawkins / John Sparke (1565) -- 5. from Virginia / Edward Williams (1650) -- 6. Blue ridge / Thomas Pownall (1784) -- 7. The Potomac and the natural bridge / Thomas Jefferson (1781) -- 8. The philosopher of the forest / Philip Freneau (1781-82) -- 9. The Indian student / Philip Freneau (1788) -- 10. Travels / William Bartram (1791) -- 11. Northwest of the Ohio / James Smith (1797) -- 12. [Notes on the region north of La Crosse, Wisconsin] / Zebulon M. Pike (1806) -- 13. Inscription for the entrance to a wood / William Cullen Bryant (1821) -- 14. Rural enjoyment / from American monthly magazine (1833) -- 15. On the prairie / Washington Irving (1832) -- 16. [From a journal entry on the Catskill Mountains] / Thomas Cole (1835) -- 17. from Nature / Ralph Waldo Emerson (1836) -- 18. from A summer in the wilderness / Charles Lanman (1846) -- 19. from Walden / Henry David Thoreau (1854) -- 20. from Song of myself / Walt Whitman (1855) -- 21. When I heard the learn'd astronomer / Walt Whitman (ca. 1864) -- 22. from Snowbound / John Greenleaf Whittier (1866) -- 23. [from Yellowstone expedition] / Gustavus C. Doane (1870) -- 24. Wonders of Yellowstone / Nathaniel Pitt Langford (1871) -- 25. [Regarding a trip to Yosemite Valley with Ralph Waldo Emerson] / John Muir (1871) -- 26. Sierra Nevada / Robert Louis Stevenson (1879) -- 27. The wilderness / George S. Evans (1904) -- 28. The vantage point / Robert Frost (1913) -- 29. This wonderful, beautiful and incalculably interesting Earth! / David Grayson (Ray Stannard Baker) -- 30. Wilderness esthetics / Robert Marshall (1930) -- 31. Why I came / Joseph Wood Krutch (1952) -- 32. Indian hunter / Mark Van Doren (1969) -- 33. Summer: a time for perspective / Hal Borland (1970) -- [Part 1.2] Visions of harvest -- 34. New-England's plantation / Francis Higginson (1629) -- 35. from Virginia / Edward Williams (1650) -- 36. The present state of Virginia / Robert Beverley (1722) -- 37. Minerals in Nebraska / Ferdinand V. Hayden (1867) -- 38. Our mineral future / Commissioner of the General Land Office (1870) -- 39. Divinity school address / Ralph Waldo Emerson (1838) --
  • Part 2. Man's dominion -- [Part 2.1] Conquering the wilderness -- 40. The stewardship of man: Genesis 9:1-3 -- 41. from Prometheus bound / Aeschylus (ca. 460 B.C.) -- 42. from Phaedrus / Plato (ca. 380 B.C.) -- 43. The sphinx / Francis Bacon (1608) -- 44. The goal of science / Francis Bacon (1620) -- 45. The use of science / René Descartes (1637) -- 46. The grand academy of Lagado / Jonathan Swift (1725) -- 47. from "Micromégas" / Voltaire (1752) -- 48. Composed upon Westminster Bridge / William Wordsworth (1802) -- 49. The making of Americans / M.G. Jean de Crevecoeur (1782) -- 50. How to found a settlement / William Cooper (ca. 1806) -- 51. [Regarding industrialization] / Thomas Jefferson (1785, 1816) -- 52. Advertising a town / from the Tennessee herald (1818) -- 53. The American self-image / Alexis de Tocqueville (1832) -- 54. The unfinished Adirondacks / C. Fenno Hoffman (1839) -- 55. from "Nature" / Ralph Waldo Emerson (1844) -- 56. The great West / Jesup W. Scott (1853) -- 57. Among the wheat-fields of Minnesota / from Harper's new monthly magazine (1868) -- 58. Internal improvements / John H. Henry (1868) -- 59. from At Niagara / Mark Twain (1869) -- 60. Nature defined / John Stuart Mill (1874) -- 61. The growth of cities in the United States / from Scribner's monthly (1878) -- 62. The Mississippi Valley / Walt Whitman (1879) -- 63. American energy / Robert Louis Stevenson (1879) -- 64. Farming the plains / William A. Bell (1867) -- 65. Irrigation in Dakota / James Realf, Jr. (1891) --66. Irrigation in California / James A. Waymire (1898) -- 67. The future of the Mississippi Valley / Albert Bushnell Hart (1900) -- 68. from The winning of Barbara Worth / Harold Bell Wright (1911) -- 69. The message of astronomy / Sir James Jeans (1929) -- 70. Progress as a point of view / V. Gordon Childe (1936) -- 71. The short history of progress / Norbert Wiener (1950) -- 72. from Science in America / Gerard Piel (1955) -- 73. Pesticides for plenty / from Time (1962) -- 74. Let's spoil the wilderness / Robert Wernick (1965) -- 75. Protecting nature from nature / John F. Buchanan (1966) -- 76. [Regarding the environment] / William J. Moshofsky (1970) -- 77. A misleading myth / Charles Zurhorst (1970) -- 78. Losing the river / Mark Twain (1883) -- [Part 2.2] Wasting the land -- 79. from The expedition of Humphrey Clinker / Tobias George Smollett (1771) -- 80. The poplar-field / William Cowper (1784) -- 81. from Essay on the principle of population / Thomas Robert Malthus (1798) -- 82. from "Milton" / William Blake (1804) -- 83. Agricultural practices / Peter Kalm (1753) -- 84. [Journal entry, April 1] / Philip Vickers Fithian (1774) -- 85. Sonnet--To science / Edgar Allan Poe (1829) -- 86. The lament of the forest / Thomas Cole (1841) -- 87. Should fish fight back? / Henry David Thoreau (1849) -- 88. The lament of the flowers / Jones Very (ca. 1860) -- 89. Sea-elephant hunting / from The overland monthly (1870) -- 90. from Public parks and the enlargement of towns / Frederick Law Olmsted (1870) -- 91. The floods of the Mississippi Valley / Nathaniel S. Shaler (1883) -- 92. The white man's greed / Black Elk (ca. 1880) -- 93. The last of the buffalo / George Bird Grinnell (1892) -- 94. Waste in the wheat fields / Charles W. Dabney (1902) -- 95. from The devil's dictionary / Ambrose Bierce (1906) -- 96. Science / Robinson Jeffers (1925) -- 97. A brook in the city / Robert Frost (1923) -- 98. The artifices of society / Sigmund Freud (1930) --99. Poison fruit / Arthur Kallet and F.J. Schlink (1933) -- 100. The West: a plundered province / Bernard De Voto (1934) -- 101. From Plymouth Rock to Ducktown / Stuart Chase (1936) -- 102. Classic scene / William Carlos Williams (1938) -- 103. from The grapes of wrath / John Steinbeck (1939) -- 104. pity this busy monster, manunkind / e.e. cummings (1944) -- 105. Is man necessary? / Fairfield Osborn (1948) -- 106. Killer smog / from the New York Times (1948) -- 107. The pillage of the earth / Friedrich Georg Juenger (1949) -- 108. The future of water / Harrison Brown (1954) -- 109. Lumbering the Ozarks / Leonard Hall (1958) -- 110. Oyster Valley / Lorus J. Milne and Margery Milne (1959) -- 111. Wind river mountains / William O. Douglas (1961) -- 112. The price of traffic / Lewis Mumford (1961) -- 113. from Silent spring / Rachel Carson (1962) -- 114. America the beautiful: heritage or honky-tonk? / from Changing times (1962) -- 115. The great paver / Russell Baker (1963) -- 116. Outrage on Bodega Head / Gene Marine (1963) -- 117. On the nuclear test-ban treaty / John F. Kennedy (1963) -- 118. The half-finished society / Edmund K. Faltermayer (1965) -- 119. America's airborne garbage / C.W. Griffin, Jr. (1965) -- 120. The artifact as cultural cipher / Richard S. Latham (1966) -- 121. Paradise is stripped / Harry M. Caudill (1966) -- 122. Our dying waters / John Bird (1966) -- 123. The asphalt shroud / A.Q. Mowbray (1969) -- 124. The public be damned / William O. Douglas (1969) -- 125. Toward a non-Malthusian population policy / Jean Mayer (1969) -- 126. Perils of the peaceful atom / Richard Curtis and Elizabeth Hogan -- 127. The threat to life in the sea / Gordon Rattray Taylor (1970) -- 128. Death comes to the peregrine falcon / David R. Zimmerman (1970) -- 129. Dumping nerve gas / Tom Wicker (1970) -- 130. Pesticide death / John Noble Wilford (1970) -- 131. The economics of pollution / Edwin L. Dale, Jr. (1970) --
  • Part 3. The flaming sword -- [Part 3.1] The stopgap approach -- 132. Of gardens / Francis Bacon (1625) -- 133. An idealist's arraignment of the age / John Ruskin (ca. 1879) -- 134. In Philadelphia / Peter Kalm (1753) -- 135. Bird protection / Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (1818) -- 136. Intelligent husbandry / James Madison (1818) -- 137. [Proposal for a "nation's park"] / George Catlin (1832) -- 138. Soil preservation / from Federal union (1850) -- 139. from "Walking" / Henry David Thoreau (1851) -- 140. from Man and nature / George Perkins Marsh (1864) -- 141. Trees in towns / Frederick Law Olmsted (1870) -- 142. Yellowstone National Park (1872) -- 143. Forest trees in Kansas / R.S. Elliott (1873) -- 144. Spare the trees / from Appleton's journal (1876) -- 145. from "The need of a rational forest policy" / Carl Schurz (1889) -- 146. City parks / Alpheus Hyatt (1891) -- 147. The wild parks and forest reservations of the West / John Muir (1898) -- 148. The struggle of the first state to preserve its forests / R.H. Fuller (1906) -- 149. [Regarding conservation] / Theodore Roosevelt (1907) -- 150. The National Conservation Commission (1909) -- 151. from The fight for conservation / Gifford Pinchot (1910) -- 152. Another view / George L. Knapp (1910) -- 153. [From a letter to Theodore Roosevelt] / John Muir (1908) -- 154. Save Yosemite / Lyman Abott (1909) -- 155. Dam Hetch-Hetchy / James D. Phelan (1909) -- 156. Damn Hetch-Hetchy / Martin Dies (1913) -- 157. The last stand of wilderness / Aldo Leopold (1925) -- 158. Anecdote of the jar / Wallace Stevens (1923) -- 159. The case for wilderness / Robert Marshall (1937) -- 160. The future of the Great Plains / Great Plains Committee report (1937) -- 161. Of time and the economy / Henry Beetle Hough (1960) -- 162. The Wilderness Act / from United States Code (1964) -- 163. Spaceship Earth / Kenneth E. Boulding (1966) -- 164. The age of effluence / from Time (1968) -- 165. Too many people / Paul R. Erlich (1968) -- 166. from Speech to the American Chemical Society symposium / Lee A. DuBridge (1969) -- 167. A larger view / Peter Schrag (1969) -- 168. Kill a baby this week / Gene Marine (1969) -- 169. Taking action / Frank M. Potter, Jr. (1970) -- 170. Peace or power? / Berkshire-Litchfield Environmental Conservancy Council (1970) -- 171. The nation as a park / Gerald M. Weinberg (1970) -- 172. A not so silent spring / Gladwin Hill (1970) -- [Part 3.2] The quintessential science -- 173. Nature's chain / Alexander Pope (1733-34) -- 174. from "The man with the hoe" / Ralph Waldo Emerson (1858) -- 175. from Man and nature / George Perkins Marsh (1864) -- 176. The grand illusion / Fairfield Osborn (1948) -- 177. Rediscovering natural law / Scott Buchanan (1962) -- 178. The politics of ecology / Aldous Huxley (1963) -- 179. The new conservation / from the Interior Department's Yearbook (1965) -- 180. The human ecosystem / Marston Bates (1968) -- 181. [From testimony to the Senate Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations] / Barry Commoner (1969) -- 182. The Earth from space / David Perlman (1969) -- 183. The role of the ecologist / William Murdoch and Joseph Connell (1970) -- 184. The new man / Frank K. Kelly (1970) -- 185. Spring, and a time to listen / Hal Borland (1970) -- 186. The shape of the predicament / Thomas W. Wilson, Jr. (1970) -- 187. After Earth Day / Gladwin Hill (1970) -- [Part 3.3] The land ethic -- 188. Game rights / William L. Finley (1914) -- 189. Plead the Ninth Amendment! / E.F. Roberts (1970) -- 190. from A wilderness bill of rights / William O. Douglas (1965) -- 191. New rights / Paul R. Ehrlich (1968) -- 192. The land ethic / Aldo Leopold (1949) -- 193. As best we can / Thomas Merton (1968) -- 194. Toward a new citizenship / Paul Lambert (1971) --
  • Part 4. Paradise and apocalypse -- [Part 4.1] The new garden -- 195. A call to paradise / J.A. Etzler (1842) -- 196. from Looking backward / Edward Bellamy (1887) -- 197. The future of man in America / Charles R. Van Hise (1909) -- 198. Future resources / Arthur C. Clarke (1963) -- 199. from Wilderness and man in 2065 / William E. Siri (1965) -- 200. The city tomorrow / Ron M. Linton (1970) -- 201. The fourth revolution / Isaac Asimov (1970) -- [Part 4.2] The new wilderness -- 202. Ozymandias / Percy Bysshe Shelley (1817) -- 203. from The time machine / H.G. Wells (1895) -- 204. from We / Eugene Zamiatin (1924) -- 205. What the ants are saying / Don Marquis (ca. 1925) -- 206. Power and food in the future / Charles Galton Darwin (1952) -- 207. Conservationist underground / Frederik Pohl and C.M. Kornbluth (1952) -- 208. Maggots / Harrison Brown (1954) -- 209. Back to the cave / Harrison Brown and James Real (1960) -- 210. Eco-catastrophe! / Paul R. Ehrlich (1969) -- 211. So fair a world it was / Mark Van Doren (1969)
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Contents
  • Introduction. Awareness of the living world / by Lorus and Margery Milne -- Part 1. In the beginning -- -- [Part 1.1] The unplanted garden -- 1. Sumer is icumen in (13th century). Under the greenwood tree / William Shakespeare (1600). The garden / Andrew Marvell (ca. 1650). Ode on solitude / Alexander Pope (ca. 1700). The world is too much with us / William Wordsworth (1806) -- 2. The fall from nature / Jean Jacques Rousseau (1755) -- 3. Letter to Lord Raphael Sanchez / Christopher Columbus (1493) -- 4. The second voyage of John Hawkins / John Sparke (1565) -- 5. from Virginia / Edward Williams (1650) -- 6. Blue ridge / Thomas Pownall (1784) -- 7. The Potomac and the natural bridge / Thomas Jefferson (1781) -- 8. The philosopher of the forest / Philip Freneau (1781-82) -- 9. The Indian student / Philip Freneau (1788) -- 10. Travels / William Bartram (1791) -- 11. Northwest of the Ohio / James Smith (1797) -- 12. [Notes on the region north of La Crosse, Wisconsin] / Zebulon M. Pike (1806) -- 13. Inscription for the entrance to a wood / William Cullen Bryant (1821) -- 14. Rural enjoyment / from American monthly magazine (1833) -- 15. On the prairie / Washington Irving (1832) -- 16. [From a journal entry on the Catskill Mountains] / Thomas Cole (1835) -- 17. from Nature / Ralph Waldo Emerson (1836) -- 18. from A summer in the wilderness / Charles Lanman (1846) -- 19. from Walden / Henry David Thoreau (1854) -- 20. from Song of myself / Walt Whitman (1855) -- 21. When I heard the learn'd astronomer / Walt Whitman (ca. 1864) -- 22. from Snowbound / John Greenleaf Whittier (1866) -- 23. [from Yellowstone expedition] / Gustavus C. Doane (1870) -- 24. Wonders of Yellowstone / Nathaniel Pitt Langford (1871) -- 25. [Regarding a trip to Yosemite Valley with Ralph Waldo Emerson] / John Muir (1871) -- 26. Sierra Nevada / Robert Louis Stevenson (1879) -- 27. The wilderness / George S. Evans (1904) -- 28. The vantage point / Robert Frost (1913) -- 29. This wonderful, beautiful and incalculably interesting Earth! / David Grayson (Ray Stannard Baker) -- 30. Wilderness esthetics / Robert Marshall (1930) -- 31. Why I came / Joseph Wood Krutch (1952) -- 32. Indian hunter / Mark Van Doren (1969) -- 33. Summer: a time for perspective / Hal Borland (1970) -- [Part 1.2] Visions of harvest -- 34. New-England's plantation / Francis Higginson (1629) -- 35. from Virginia / Edward Williams (1650) -- 36. The present state of Virginia / Robert Beverley (1722) -- 37. Minerals in Nebraska / Ferdinand V. Hayden (1867) -- 38. Our mineral future / Commissioner of the General Land Office (1870) -- 39. Divinity school address / Ralph Waldo Emerson (1838) --
  • Part 2. Man's dominion -- [Part 2.1] Conquering the wilderness -- 40. The stewardship of man: Genesis 9:1-3 -- 41. from Prometheus bound / Aeschylus (ca. 460 B.C.) -- 42. from Phaedrus / Plato (ca. 380 B.C.) -- 43. The sphinx / Francis Bacon (1608) -- 44. The goal of science / Francis Bacon (1620) -- 45. The use of science / René Descartes (1637) -- 46. The grand academy of Lagado / Jonathan Swift (1725) -- 47. from "Micromégas" / Voltaire (1752) -- 48. Composed upon Westminster Bridge / William Wordsworth (1802) -- 49. The making of Americans / M.G. Jean de Crevecoeur (1782) -- 50. How to found a settlement / William Cooper (ca. 1806) -- 51. [Regarding industrialization] / Thomas Jefferson (1785, 1816) -- 52. Advertising a town / from the Tennessee herald (1818) -- 53. The American self-image / Alexis de Tocqueville (1832) -- 54. The unfinished Adirondacks / C. Fenno Hoffman (1839) -- 55. from "Nature" / Ralph Waldo Emerson (1844) -- 56. The great West / Jesup W. Scott (1853) -- 57. Among the wheat-fields of Minnesota / from Harper's new monthly magazine (1868) -- 58. Internal improvements / John H. Henry (1868) -- 59. from At Niagara / Mark Twain (1869) -- 60. Nature defined / John Stuart Mill (1874) -- 61. The growth of cities in the United States / from Scribner's monthly (1878) -- 62. The Mississippi Valley / Walt Whitman (1879) -- 63. American energy / Robert Louis Stevenson (1879) -- 64. Farming the plains / William A. Bell (1867) -- 65. Irrigation in Dakota / James Realf, Jr. (1891) --66. Irrigation in California / James A. Waymire (1898) -- 67. The future of the Mississippi Valley / Albert Bushnell Hart (1900) -- 68. from The winning of Barbara Worth / Harold Bell Wright (1911) -- 69. The message of astronomy / Sir James Jeans (1929) -- 70. Progress as a point of view / V. Gordon Childe (1936) -- 71. The short history of progress / Norbert Wiener (1950) -- 72. from Science in America / Gerard Piel (1955) -- 73. Pesticides for plenty / from Time (1962) -- 74. Let's spoil the wilderness / Robert Wernick (1965) -- 75. Protecting nature from nature / John F. Buchanan (1966) -- 76. [Regarding the environment] / William J. Moshofsky (1970) -- 77. A misleading myth / Charles Zurhorst (1970) -- 78. Losing the river / Mark Twain (1883) -- [Part 2.2] Wasting the land -- 79. from The expedition of Humphrey Clinker / Tobias George Smollett (1771) -- 80. The poplar-field / William Cowper (1784) -- 81. from Essay on the principle of population / Thomas Robert Malthus (1798) -- 82. from "Milton" / William Blake (1804) -- 83. Agricultural practices / Peter Kalm (1753) -- 84. [Journal entry, April 1] / Philip Vickers Fithian (1774) -- 85. Sonnet--To science / Edgar Allan Poe (1829) -- 86. The lament of the forest / Thomas Cole (1841) -- 87. Should fish fight back? / Henry David Thoreau (1849) -- 88. The lament of the flowers / Jones Very (ca. 1860) -- 89. Sea-elephant hunting / from The overland monthly (1870) -- 90. from Public parks and the enlargement of towns / Frederick Law Olmsted (1870) -- 91. The floods of the Mississippi Valley / Nathaniel S. Shaler (1883) -- 92. The white man's greed / Black Elk (ca. 1880) -- 93. The last of the buffalo / George Bird Grinnell (1892) -- 94. Waste in the wheat fields / Charles W. Dabney (1902) -- 95. from The devil's dictionary / Ambrose Bierce (1906) -- 96. Science / Robinson Jeffers (1925) -- 97. A brook in the city / Robert Frost (1923) -- 98. The artifices of society / Sigmund Freud (1930) --99. Poison fruit / Arthur Kallet and F.J. Schlink (1933) -- 100. The West: a plundered province / Bernard De Voto (1934) -- 101. From Plymouth Rock to Ducktown / Stuart Chase (1936) -- 102. Classic scene / William Carlos Williams (1938) -- 103. from The grapes of wrath / John Steinbeck (1939) -- 104. pity this busy monster, manunkind / e.e. cummings (1944) -- 105. Is man necessary? / Fairfield Osborn (1948) -- 106. Killer smog / from the New York Times (1948) -- 107. The pillage of the earth / Friedrich Georg Juenger (1949) -- 108. The future of water / Harrison Brown (1954) -- 109. Lumbering the Ozarks / Leonard Hall (1958) -- 110. Oyster Valley / Lorus J. Milne and Margery Milne (1959) -- 111. Wind river mountains / William O. Douglas (1961) -- 112. The price of traffic / Lewis Mumford (1961) -- 113. from Silent spring / Rachel Carson (1962) -- 114. America the beautiful: heritage or honky-tonk? / from Changing times (1962) -- 115. The great paver / Russell Baker (1963) -- 116. Outrage on Bodega Head / Gene Marine (1963) -- 117. On the nuclear test-ban treaty / John F. Kennedy (1963) -- 118. The half-finished society / Edmund K. Faltermayer (1965) -- 119. America's airborne garbage / C.W. Griffin, Jr. (1965) -- 120. The artifact as cultural cipher / Richard S. Latham (1966) -- 121. Paradise is stripped / Harry M. Caudill (1966) -- 122. Our dying waters / John Bird (1966) -- 123. The asphalt shroud / A.Q. Mowbray (1969) -- 124. The public be damned / William O. Douglas (1969) -- 125. Toward a non-Malthusian population policy / Jean Mayer (1969) -- 126. Perils of the peaceful atom / Richard Curtis and Elizabeth Hogan -- 127. The threat to life in the sea / Gordon Rattray Taylor (1970) -- 128. Death comes to the peregrine falcon / David R. Zimmerman (1970) -- 129. Dumping nerve gas / Tom Wicker (1970) -- 130. Pesticide death / John Noble Wilford (1970) -- 131. The economics of pollution / Edwin L. Dale, Jr. (1970) --
  • Part 3. The flaming sword -- [Part 3.1] The stopgap approach -- 132. Of gardens / Francis Bacon (1625) -- 133. An idealist's arraignment of the age / John Ruskin (ca. 1879) -- 134. In Philadelphia / Peter Kalm (1753) -- 135. Bird protection / Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (1818) -- 136. Intelligent husbandry / James Madison (1818) -- 137. [Proposal for a "nation's park"] / George Catlin (1832) -- 138. Soil preservation / from Federal union (1850) -- 139. from "Walking" / Henry David Thoreau (1851) -- 140. from Man and nature / George Perkins Marsh (1864) -- 141. Trees in towns / Frederick Law Olmsted (1870) -- 142. Yellowstone National Park (1872) -- 143. Forest trees in Kansas / R.S. Elliott (1873) -- 144. Spare the trees / from Appleton's journal (1876) -- 145. from "The need of a rational forest policy" / Carl Schurz (1889) -- 146. City parks / Alpheus Hyatt (1891) -- 147. The wild parks and forest reservations of the West / John Muir (1898) -- 148. The struggle of the first state to preserve its forests / R.H. Fuller (1906) -- 149. [Regarding conservation] / Theodore Roosevelt (1907) -- 150. The National Conservation Commission (1909) -- 151. from The fight for conservation / Gifford Pinchot (1910) -- 152. Another view / George L. Knapp (1910) -- 153. [From a letter to Theodore Roosevelt] / John Muir (1908) -- 154. Save Yosemite / Lyman Abott (1909) -- 155. Dam Hetch-Hetchy / James D. Phelan (1909) -- 156. Damn Hetch-Hetchy / Martin Dies (1913) -- 157. The last stand of wilderness / Aldo Leopold (1925) -- 158. Anecdote of the jar / Wallace Stevens (1923) -- 159. The case for wilderness / Robert Marshall (1937) -- 160. The future of the Great Plains / Great Plains Committee report (1937) -- 161. Of time and the economy / Henry Beetle Hough (1960) -- 162. The Wilderness Act / from United States Code (1964) -- 163. Spaceship Earth / Kenneth E. Boulding (1966) -- 164. The age of effluence / from Time (1968) -- 165. Too many people / Paul R. Erlich (1968) -- 166. from Speech to the American Chemical Society symposium / Lee A. DuBridge (1969) -- 167. A larger view / Peter Schrag (1969) -- 168. Kill a baby this week / Gene Marine (1969) -- 169. Taking action / Frank M. Potter, Jr. (1970) -- 170. Peace or power? / Berkshire-Litchfield Environmental Conservancy Council (1970) -- 171. The nation as a park / Gerald M. Weinberg (1970) -- 172. A not so silent spring / Gladwin Hill (1970) -- [Part 3.2] The quintessential science -- 173. Nature's chain / Alexander Pope (1733-34) -- 174. from "The man with the hoe" / Ralph Waldo Emerson (1858) -- 175. from Man and nature / George Perkins Marsh (1864) -- 176. The grand illusion / Fairfield Osborn (1948) -- 177. Rediscovering natural law / Scott Buchanan (1962) -- 178. The politics of ecology / Aldous Huxley (1963) -- 179. The new conservation / from the Interior Department's Yearbook (1965) -- 180. The human ecosystem / Marston Bates (1968) -- 181. [From testimony to the Senate Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations] / Barry Commoner (1969) -- 182. The Earth from space / David Perlman (1969) -- 183. The role of the ecologist / William Murdoch and Joseph Connell (1970) -- 184. The new man / Frank K. Kelly (1970) -- 185. Spring, and a time to listen / Hal Borland (1970) -- 186. The shape of the predicament / Thomas W. Wilson, Jr. (1970) -- 187. After Earth Day / Gladwin Hill (1970) -- [Part 3.3] The land ethic -- 188. Game rights / William L. Finley (1914) -- 189. Plead the Ninth Amendment! / E.F. Roberts (1970) -- 190. from A wilderness bill of rights / William O. Douglas (1965) -- 191. New rights / Paul R. Ehrlich (1968) -- 192. The land ethic / Aldo Leopold (1949) -- 193. As best we can / Thomas Merton (1968) -- 194. Toward a new citizenship / Paul Lambert (1971) --
  • Part 4. Paradise and apocalypse -- [Part 4.1] The new garden -- 195. A call to paradise / J.A. Etzler (1842) -- 196. from Looking backward / Edward Bellamy (1887) -- 197. The future of man in America / Charles R. Van Hise (1909) -- 198. Future resources / Arthur C. Clarke (1963) -- 199. from Wilderness and man in 2065 / William E. Siri (1965) -- 200. The city tomorrow / Ron M. Linton (1970) -- 201. The fourth revolution / Isaac Asimov (1970) -- [Part 4.2] The new wilderness -- 202. Ozymandias / Percy Bysshe Shelley (1817) -- 203. from The time machine / H.G. Wells (1895) -- 204. from We / Eugene Zamiatin (1924) -- 205. What the ants are saying / Don Marquis (ca. 1925) -- 206. Power and food in the future / Charles Galton Darwin (1952) -- 207. Conservationist underground / Frederik Pohl and C.M. Kornbluth (1952) -- 208. Maggots / Harrison Brown (1954) -- 209. Back to the cave / Harrison Brown and James Real (1960) -- 210. Eco-catastrophe! / Paul R. Ehrlich (1969) -- 211. So fair a world it was / Mark Van Doren (1969)
Control code
348013
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xviii, 422 pages
Lccn
72168342
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)451612

Library Locations

    • Thomas Jefferson LibraryBorrow it
      1 University Blvd, St. Louis, MO, 63121, US
      38.710138 -90.311107
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