The guide provides resources relevant to the history of the American environment, paying particular attention to the impact of European settlement on the landscape and the subsequent commodification of resources that defined the American experience.
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A survey of American environmental history. It will contain a useful bibliography of valuable secondary sources as well.
Helpful Subjects and Call Number Ranges
The Shapiro Library organizes its books using the Library of Congress classification system. Below are some helpful call number ranges for history and related disciplines:
D - History, Historiographies
E - United States / America
F - US States / Canada / Latin America
Online Library Catalog
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