Volume 88, Issue 2, April 1998
Special Issue: Historical Geography & Environmental History
Table of Contents
Introduction: HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY
By Craig E. Colten
THE ENVIRONMENTAL TRANSFORMATION
OF AN APPALACHIAN VALLEY, 1850-1906
By Geoffrey L. Buckley
INDUSTRIAL TOPOGRAPHY, GROUNDWATER,
AND THE CONTOURS OF ENVIRONMENTAL KNOWLEDGE
By Craig E. Colten
COSTS AND BENEFITS OF POLLUTION
CONTROL IN PENNSYVLANIA, NEW YORK, AND NEW JERSEY, 1840-1906
By Christine Meisner Rosen
MORAL GEOGRAPHY IN HIGH PLAINS
By John Opie
WILLIAM WHYTE, OPEN SPACE, AND
By Adam W. Rome
"THE END OF MODERN HISTORY"?
By Michael Williams
THE NEW ENGLAND VILLAGE
By Joseph S. Wood..........Reviewed by John A. Jakle
CAPROCK CANYONLANDS: Journeys into the Heart of the Southern
By Dan Flores.........Reviewed by John B. Wright
LET THE COWBOY RIDE: Cattle Ranching in the American West.
By Paul F. Starrs..........Reviewed by Owen Ulph
WANDERING PEOPLES: Colonialism, Ethnic Spaces, and Ecological
Frontiers in Northwestern Mexico, 1700-1850.
By Cynthia Radding..........Reviewed by Jeffrey S. Smith
RAINFOREST CITIES: Urbanization, Develoment, and Globalization
of the Brazilian Amazon.
By John O. Browder and Brian J. Godfrey.........Reviewed by
Nigel J. H. Smith
THE ENCHANTED AMAZON RAIN FOREST: Stories from a Vanishing
By Nigel J. H. Smith.........Reviewed by Edward A. Whitesell
HISTORICAL ECOLOGY IN THE PACIFIC ISLANDS: Prehistoric Environmental
and Landscape Change.
Edited by Patrick V. Kirch and Terry L. Hunt........Reviewed
by Robert Kuhlken
MAPPING MEN AND EMPIRE: A Geography of Adventure.
By Richard Phillips.........Reviewed by Peter J. Hugill
MAPPING AN EMPIRE: The Geographical Construction of British
By Matthew H. Edney..........Reviewed by Joseph E. Schwartzberg
CHARTING AN EMPIRE: Geography at the English Universities,
By Lesley B. Cormack.........Reviewed by Geoffrey J. Martin
THE MYTH OF CONTINENTS: A Critique of Metageography
By Martin W. Lewis and Kären E. Wigen..........Reviewed
by David Hooson