Environmental History of the Northeast

The aim of this new series is to explore, from different critical perspectives, the environmental history of the Northeast, including New England, eastern Canada, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The series will focus on the social and cultural history of the region as shaped by human interaction with nature as well as a complex natural history of geological upheaval, climate change, erosion, and renewal.

Manuscript Submissions

Please direct manuscript inquiries to the series editors or to:

Brian Halley, Editor
UMass Press, Boston Office
Provost Office / Quinn Building
100 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125-3393

Series Editors

Anthony N. Penna
Department of History
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

Richard W. Judd
Department of History
The University of Maine
100 Stevens Hall
Orono, ME  04469

Editorial Advisory Board

Brian Donahue
Brandeis University

Alan MacEachern
University of Western Ontario

Kathryn Morse
Middlebury College

Adam Rome
University of Buffalo

Helen Rozwadowski
University of Connecticut

Ellen Stroud
Penn State University

Titles (arranged by year of publication)

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Oysters and Aquaculture in the Progressive Era
Breaking the Banks
Representations and Realities in New England Fisheries, 1866-1966
Cape Cod
An Environmental History of a Fragile Ecosystem
Second Nature
An Environmental History of New England