Amer Envronmntl Hist
The interaction of humans with the natural environment of North America since European settlement; the ways in which Americans acted over four hundred years to shape their environment, as well as shared their perceptions of the environment through painting and photography, nature writing, travellers' accounts, fiction, and material culture. (Gen.Ed. HS)
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