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American environmentalism; the formative period, 1860-1915. Edited by Donald Worster.

New York, Wiley [1973] .
ISBN 0471961000

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Subjects City planning -- United States.
Conservation of natural resources -- United States.
Human ecology -- United States.
Series Wiley sourcebooks in American social thought.
Description vi, 234 p. 22 cm.
Contents Man and nature in an age of science: Marsh, G. P. The pastoral vision refuted. Burroughs, J. The ambiguous impact of science.--The conservation movement: Ward, L. Waste and inefficiency in the economy of nature. Powell, J. W. The engineered landscape. Powell, J. W. The foundations of industrial empire in the West. Fernow, B. E. Natural resources in the welfare state. Pinchot, G. Conservation and the progressive ideology. Patten, S. The end of Malthusian scarcity.--Garden city and suburb: Olmsted, F. L. The urban planner as a civilizing force. Dalton, E. Combating disease and pollution in the city. Leas, C. A. An early experiment in waste recycling. Garden and Forest. Nature, art, and urbanity. Eliot, C. W. The reformation of the city dweller and his habitat.--The biocentric revolution: Muir, J. Nature versus culture. Muir, J. The revolt against utilitarianism. Evans, E. Darwinism and moral philosophy. Shaler, N. The emergence of an ecological consciousness. Bailey, L. H. Natural kinship and the land ethic.--Suggestions for further reading (p. 233-234)
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00571544
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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