By Douglas Cazaux Sackman
A spouse to American Environmental History gathers jointly a complete selection of over 30 essays that learn the evolving and various box of yank environmental history.
- Provides a whole historiography of yank environmental history
- Brings the sphere up to date to mirror the most recent developments and encourages new instructions for the field
- Includes the paintings of path-breaking environmental historians, from the founders of the sector, to contributions from cutting edge younger scholars
- Takes inventory of the self-discipline via 5 topically themed elements, with essays starting from American Indian Environmental relatives to towns and Suburbs
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Onerous as it is, it is also a material, historical legacy of Victorian naturalists like John Muir, who first crossed the Sierra in 1869, descending toward the eastern lowlands via a canyon not far north of where you are standing at Shadow Lake. Like you, he was a seasonal visitor, a lowland dweller who sought respite from his daily cares in the sublime mountain peaks and canyons. And like you, he carried urban goods on his back, everything he required for his journey. As he made his way down this eastern Sierra slope, he encountered a band of Indians from Mono Lake headed the other direction, “on their way to Yosemite for a load of acorns” (Muir 1911: 294).
But major works include Cronon (1983, 1991), Worster (1979), Flores (1991), Isenberg (2000), Brosnan (2002), White (1980), and Preston (1998). 3 General Grant National Park was absorbed into the larger Kings Canyon National Park in 1940. 4 How labor, race, and place combine in the reshaping of nature and community have inspired some remarkable new works of environmental history, and how farm workers and other laborers have sought to manipulate nature toward their own ends is a fertile field for further research.
By the mid-1960s, they applied more pesticides in greater variety than any farmers anywhere else on earth. Over 16,000 different pesticides drifted onto fields along the San Joaquin River, in literally dizzying combinations that could bring on unforeseen and often fatal interaction in workers. By that time, California’s migrant workforce – which was overwhelmingly Mexican – had the highest incidence of occupational disease in the state (Nash 2006; Russell 2001; Dunlap 1982). “Unequal distribution of environmental pollution burdens based on race,” as scholar Julie Sze observes, would come to be known as environmental racism only in the 1980s (Sze 2007: 13).
A Companion to American Environmental History by Douglas Cazaux Sackman