An environmental history of the Great Plains, a history of the interaction between European culture and the North American grasslands. This book argues that the stories of man and nature on the Plains are inextricably linked and that the development of a more ethical, conservation-focused future for the region must draw on a more complete and connected understanding of both its human and natural history. 262 pages.
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