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Changing Works: Visions of a Lost Agriculture
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Defining American Homelands: A Creek Nation Example, 1828-1907
Homelands are places where people have bonded with their landscape in an uncommon manner. The majority of homeland case studies have revolved around five components– people, place, bonding withExpand
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Reinterpreting the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site*
Geographers have long attempted to interpret sacred and symbolic landscapes as representative of the ideals of individuals, communities, and cultures. This article assesses the changing historicalExpand
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Book Reviews
Mythical Space, Cosmology and Landscape: Toivards a Cultural Geography of India. By Jai Pal Singh and Mumtaz Khan. Delhi, India: Manak Publications Pvt. Ltd., 2002. Acknowledgment, glossary, andExpand
Teaching and Research in Historical Geography-- A Survey of U.S. Practitioners
his article analyzes and discusses the results of a survey sent to historical geographers teaching in the United States during the 2003-2004 academic year. The survey asked about teaching andExpand
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Highway Expansion and Landscape Change in East Tennessee
U. S. Highway 321 meets Interstate 40 near the economically troubled town of Newport, Tennessee. A short cut through the decaying downtown avoids the congested interstate interchange and the expectedExpand
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The Last Days of the Rainbelt by David J. Wishart (review)
Chapters 2 through 4 serve as the core of the book as they assess the swift settlement and hurried decline of the Rainbelt. Initially, railroad companies, state offi cials, and other boosters lobbiedExpand