The Harriman Alaska Expedition Retraced: A Century of Change, 1899-2001

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Thomas S. Litwin
Rutgers University Press, 2005 - History - 287 pages
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Alaska has become synonymous with the idea of nature, free and unspoiled. While the concept of this open, untamed countryside has a romantic appeal, the reality is different. This book reveals hard facts, challenges simple assumptions, and transforms Alaska from an idea to a real place with its own changing ecology, economies, society, and values.
  

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Contents

SEATTLE TO PRINCE RUPERT
1
PART
25
BERING
163
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Thomas S. Litwin is the Harriman Expedition Retraced creator and 2001 Expedition Leader. At Smith College, he is the director of the Clark Science Center and founding director for their Environmental Science and Policy Program. Litwin is also an Aldo Leopold Fellow, who has published numerous papers on conservation biology and holds a Ph.D. in natural resource policy from Cornell University.

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