COMMON LANDS, COMMON PEOPLE THE ORIGINS OF CONSERVATION IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND

COMMON LANDS, COMMON PEOPLE
COMMON LANDS, COMMON PEOPLE
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In this innovative study of the rise of the conservation ethic in northern New England, Richard Judd shows that the movement that eventually took hold throughout America had its roots in the communitarian ethic of countrypeople rather than among urban intellectuals or politicians. 344 pages paperback.