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This engaging environmental history explores the rise, fall, and rebirth of one of the nation''s most important urban public landscapes, and more significantly, the role public spaces play in shaping people''s relationships with the natural world. Ari Kelman focuses on the battles fought over New Orleans''s waterfront, examining the link between a river and its city and tracking the conflict between public and private control of the river. He describes the impact of floods, disease, and changing technologies on New Orleans''s interactions with the Mississippi. Considering how the city grew distant--culturally and spatially--from the river, this book argues that urban areas provide a rich source for understanding people''s connections with nature, and in turn, nature''s impact on human history. Ari Kelman, Books, Science and Nature, A River and Its City: The Nature of Landscape in New Orleans Books>Science and Nature An environmental history of New Orleans, focusing on the Mississippi River and its relationship with the city.

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This engaging environmental history explores the rise, fall, and rebirth of one of the nation's most important urban public landscapes, and more significantly, the role public spaces play in shaping people's relationships with the natural world. Ari Kelman focuses on the battles fought over New Orleans's waterfront, examining the link between a river and its city and tracking the conflict between public and private control of the river. He describes the impact of floods, disease, and changing technologies on New Orleans's interactions with the Mississippi. Considering how the city grew distant-culturally and spatially-from the river, this book argues that urban areas provide a rich source for understanding people's connections with nature, and in turn, nature's impact on human history. americas,conservation,earth sciences,environmental science,historical study and educational resources,history,human geography,nature and ecology,politics and social sciences,science and math Environmental Science, University of California Press

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This engaging environmental history explores the rise, fall, and rebirth of one of the nation's most important urban public landscapes, and more significantly, the role public spaces play in shaping people's relationships with the natural world. Ari Kelman focuses on the battles fought over New Orleans's waterfront, examining the link between a river and its city and tracking the conflict between public and private control of the river. History History eBook An environmental history of New Orleans, focusing on the Mississippi River and its relationship with the city.

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This engaging environmental history explores the rise, fall, and rebirth of one of the nation's most important urban public landscapes, and more significantly, the role public spaces play in shaping people's relationships with the natural world. Ari Kelman focuses on the battles fought over New Orleans's waterfront, examining the link between a river and its city and tracking the conflict between public and private control of the river. History History eBook, University of California Press

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A River and Its City: The Nature of Landscape in New Orleans
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Kelman, Ari

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A River and Its City: The Nature of Landscape in New Orleans

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9780520234321

An environmental history of New Orleans, focusing on the Mississippi River and its relationship with the city.

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 0520234324
Publisher: University of California Press

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