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2010 ASEH Program 2010 ASEH CONFERENCE PROGRAM All sessions and events are open to all conference attendees.

Saturday, March 13 Panel 7-I: (Studio – Third Floor) Ecology, Capitalism, and Historical Materialism Chair and Comments: Leerom Medovoi, Portland State University Robert Wess, Oregon State University “Humanism of Nature” and “Naturalism of Man”: Toward a Marxist Environmental Historiography ASEH SATURDAY

Michelle Yates, University of California Davis Capitalism is the Culprit: The Historically Specific Nature of Ecological Crisis within Capitalism Marisol Cortez, University of California Davis Economies Are Also Ecologies: Excavating the Circulus from Western Sewer History 10:00 am – 13:00 am Saturday Mid-Morning Coffee Break/Poster Presentations Posters will be available for review throughout the conference, but during this time poster presenters will be in attendance to explain their research and answer questions. Cosponsored by Colorado State University

Concurrent Sessions 8: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm Roundtable 8-A: (Alexanders – 23rd Floor) Climate Crisis and Energy Transition: Lessons from History? Chair: Martin Melosi, University of Houston Roundtable Participants: Paul Sabin, Yale University Sam White, Oberlin College Mark Carey, Washington and Lee University Martin Melosi, University of Houston Panel 8-B: (Broadway I – Plaza Level) Environmental Dimensions of World War I Chair and Comments: William Storey, Millsaps College

Panel 8-C: (Broadway II – Plaza Level) Ecological Restoration: Race, Class, Gender, and Ecopolitical Identity Chair: David Tomblin, Virginia Tech Comments: Marcus Hall, University of Utah George Middendorf, Howard University, Charles Nilon, University of Missouri-Columbia, and Muriel Poston, Skidmore College Environmental Programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Origins and Differences Lucy Diekmann, University of California Berkeley Reclaiming a Place for Native Communities: American Indian Tribes and Ecological Restoration in Northwest California Jonathan Clapperton, University of Saskatchewan Native Americans, Class, and Environmental Restoration in the Olympic Peninsula Panel 8-D: (Broadway III – Plaza Level) Bordering Waters Chair: Heather Thiessen-Reily, Western State College of Colorado Comments: Katherine Morrissey, University of Arizona Amahia Mallea, Drake University An Uncharismatic River: Ecological Restoration along the Santa Cruz in Sonora and New Mexico Kirsten Gardner, University of Texas San Antonio Water and the Transformation of Social Spaces Samer Alatout, University of Wisconsin Madison From River to Border: The Political History of the Jordan River, 1914-1948 Panel 8-E: (Broadway IV – Plaza Level) Interpreting Countermodern Landscapes: Toward Broader Public Spaces Chair: Robert Young, University of Oregon Comments: Audience

Tait Keller, Rhodes College Every Garden a Munitions Plant: Militarizing Nature in the First World War

Aaron Sachs, Cornell University Roots of the Green City: Reconsidering the 19th-Century Landscape Tradition in the United States

Brandon Luedtke, Colorado State University Playing Fields and Battlefields: Transformation of the Football Pitch in Great Britain during the First World War

Daegan Miller, Cornell University “I Find That I Have a Civil Right in the River”: The Countermodern Spatial Imagination of Henry David Thoreau, Surveyor

Lesley Rains, Penn State “War and Primroses!”: Nature and the Delineation of Space at the Western Front 1914-1918

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Michael Smith, Ithaca College Laboratories for Life: The Countermodern Impulse Goes to Summer Camp Kathryn L. Ziewitz, Florida State University A Historical Context for New Urbanism

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2010 NCPH Program 2010 NCPH CONFERENCE PROGRAM

All sessions and events are open to all conference attendees. Room locations will be listed in the printed program available at the conference.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Workshop 7-A: Oral History Projects: Starting New Projects, Preserving Existing Projects, Adapting to New Media [ticket required]

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Cherstin Lyon, California State University, San Bernardino 8:00 am – 10:00 am Workshop 7-H: (Galleria II) Publish, Share, Collaborate, and Crowdsource Collections: Zotero 2.0 for Public Historians [ticket required] Trevor Owens, Zotero Working Group 7-B: (Galleria I) Preparing the Professional Historian: Connecting Academic Training with the Changing Marketplace See the general description for working groups under Working Group 1-A. Facilitators: Brian Martin, History Associates Incorporated Michelle McClellan, University of Michigan Discussants: Seth Bruggeman, Temple University; Ann McCleary, University of West Georgia; Patrick Moore, University of West Florida; Jay Price, Wichita State University; Darlene Roth, Writer and Consultant; Ivan Steen, University at Albany, SUNY; Robert Townsend, American Historical Association; William Walker, State University of New York-College at Oneonta; Robert Weaver, The Environmental History Company; Peter Wosh, New York University

Concurrent Sessions 7: 8:30 am – 10:00 am Panel 7-C: (Parlor B) Dealing with the Dead Robin Hanson, Jefferson College The American National Cemetery: Exploring the Cultural Landscape of Change Tyler DeWayne Moore, Middle Tennessee State University “I Asked for Water and She Gave Me Gasoline”: Difficult Issues in Heritage Tourism Roundtable 7-D: A Different Kind of Edutainment: Interpreting Sport and Leisure to Enhance Sustainability Chair: Kenneth Cohen, St. Mary’s College of Maryland

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Ellen Roney Hughes, Smithsonian National Museum of American History Andre Ondendaal, University of the Western Cape (South Africa) Murray Phillips, University of Queensland Gregory Ramshaw, Clemson University Jaime Schultz, University of Maryland

Panel 7-E: (Grand Ballroom II) Critical Engagements: Native/Non-Native Partnerships and the Politics of Public Memory in the Pacific Northwest Chair: Amy Lonetree, University of California, Santa Cruz Katrine Barber, Portland State University New Gatherings at a Remade River: Celilo Falls Fifty Years after the Inundation Jon Daehnke, Stanford University The Perils of a “Shared Heritage”: Lewis and Clark, Maya Lin, and Commemoration on the Columbia River Virginia Parks and Anan Raymond, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Lifeways, Landscapes, and Looking for Common Ground: A Partnership for Heritage Education at the Cathlapotle Plankhouse Commentators: David Lewis, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Roberta L. Conner, Tamástslikt Cultural Institute Panel 7-F: (Parlor C) Remembering War and Violence Graham Carr, Concordia University, Montreal Remembering Katrina: Art, Memory and History in the Aftermath of the Storm Lyle Dick, Western and Northern Service Centre Parks Canada The Canadian National Vimy Memorial and the Japanese Canadian War Memorial: Cultural Landscapes of Collective Memory, Trauma, and Regeneration Laura Bellew Hannon, University of California, Riverside “Here We Mark the Price of Freedom”: Remembering the “Greatest Generation” at the National World War II Memorial Commentator: Kristin Hass, University of Michigan Roundtable 7-G: (Parlor A) History in the Balance: Reconciling the Management of Natural and Cultural Resources in the National Park System Chair: Leah Glaser, Central Connecticut State University Patricia Biggs, Arizona State University Jeff Pappas, Colorado State University Jannelle Warren-Findley, Arizona State University Terence Young, California State University, Pamona 10:00 am – 10:30 am ASEH Poster Session (Exhibit Hall) Coffee Break (Exhibit Hall) Cosponsored by Colorado State University

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Saturday, March 13

2010 ASEH Program 2010 ASEH CONFERENCE PROGRAM All sessions and events are open to all conference attendees.

Saturday, March 13 Panel 8-F: (Forum – Third Floor) Green Knowledge and Greening Politics: Science and Environmental Policy Chair: Adam M. Sowards, University of Idaho Comments: Karl Brooks, University of Kansas Stephen Bocking, Trent University Science, Salmon, and Environmental Organizations: Constructing Green Knowledge Michael Egan, McMaster University Making Knowledge and Making Policy: A Comparative Analysis of Mercury Science and Regulation in Sweden, Canada, and the United States, 1965-1975 Björn-Ola Linnér, Linköping University UNFCCC spells UNEFFICENCY: How International Organizations Managed Equity and Efficiency ASEH SATURDAY

Panel 8-G: (Council – Third Floor) Latin American Currents: Iberian Transformation, Agrarian Reform, Tropical Disease Chair: Lise Sedrez, California State University Long Beach Comments: Lane Simonian, Western Nevada College Daviken Studnikci-Gizbert, McGill University Between Matter, Landscapes and Humans: The Arts of Transformation in Early Ibero-America, 16th-17th Centuries

Panel 8-I: (Studio – Third Floor) Across the Pacific: Cross-boundary Influences Chair: Betty Koed, U.S. Senate Historical Office Comments: Gail Evans-Hatch, Public Historian Naoki Morishita, Ritsumeikan University Hetch Hetchy: A View from Japan Shigeru Sugiyama, Shizuoka University Tuna Fishing: Japan, California, Australia Kazuto Oshio, Sophia University Environmental Law Schools: A Japan/US Comparison

Concurrent Sessions 9: 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Roundtable 9-A: (Alexanders – 23rd Floor) Forty Years after Earth Day: The U. S. Environmental Movement Chair: Adam Rome, Penn State Roundtable Participants: Finis Dunaway, Trent University Tom Robertson, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Christine Rosen, University of California Berkeley Jay Turner, Wellesley College Panel 9-B: (Broadway I – Plaza Level) Environmental History of Warfare: World War II in Asia Chair and Comments: William Tsutsui, University of Kansas

Mikeal Wolfe, University of Notre Dame Water, the Green Revolution, and the re-engineering of agrarian reform in Mexico: The Case of La Laguna, 1946-1976

Jeyamalar Kathirithamby-Wells, University of Cambridge From Rearguard to Vanguard: The Forests of Peninsular Malaysia during World War II

Heather L. McCrea, Kansas State University Gulf of Disease: Environment, Health, and the Tropical Menace of Disease in Latin America

Patrick Caffrey, Washington and Jefferson College War and the Forests of Northeast China, 1860-1945

Panel 8-H: (Directors – Third Floor) Shaping Southern Landscapes and Minds Chair: Mart Stewart, Western Washington University Comments: Audience Albert G. Way, University of South Carolina “The South Is Not Naturally a Grass Country”: Science, Nature, and Improved Grasses in the American South Elizabeth “Scout” Blum, Troy University Meaning and Uses of Primitivism: Messages of Nature and African Americans in Children’s Literature Mark D. Hersey, Mississippi State University Black Belt Nightmares, Black Belt Dreams: The Nature of Land Use, Reformers and Poverty in a Southern Backwater 1896-2004

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Andrew Bernstein, Lewis and Clark College Fuji at War Roundtable 9-C: (Broadway II – Plaza Level) Progress or Plunder: Exchanging Ideas on the Great Basin Chair: James W. Hulse, University of Nevada Reno Roundtable Participants: Kevin Marsh, Idaho State University Brent Olson, Syracuse University Leisl Carr Childers, University of Nevada Las Vegas Brandon Davis, University of British Columbia Christian Harrison, University of Nevada Las Vegas

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2010 NCPH Program 2010 NCPH CONFERENCE PROGRAM

All sessions and events are open to all conference attendees. Room locations will be listed in the printed program available at the conference.

Saturday, March 13 10:30 am – 12:00 pm NCPH Consultants Committee Meeting (Cabinet Suite)

Matthew Godfrey, Historical Research Associates, Inc. The Liquid Heart of Florida: Governor Reubin Askew and Kissimmee River/Lake Okeechobee Issues in the 1970s

Concurrent Sessions 8: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

John Mann, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire “Making it Home”: Engaging Public Audiences with the History of Environmental Stewardship in Wisconsin

Roundtable 8-A: (Parlor C) The State of History in the National Park Service: A Progress Report

Donna Sinclair, Portland State University Ecological and Social Diversity: Women, Minorities, and Oral History in the U.S. Forest Service

Anne Mitchell Whisnant, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Kevin Allen, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation The Civil War Centennial in South Carolina and the Construction of Memory, 1961-1965 Daryl Black, Chattanooga History Center Social Politics and Commemorating the Civil War: 19611965/2011-2016 John Kvach, University of Alabama, Huntsville Real People, Real History: Remembering the Civil War in Madison County, Alabama Donna Neary, Kentucky Historical Society United We Stand, Divided We Fell: Dissent in Kentucky’s Civil War Centennial Commemoration, 1958-1965 Roundtable 8-C: (Galleria II) Overlooked Voices Cynthia Miller, Emerson College Public History from the Margins: Words and Images of Urban Homelessness Edward Salo, Brockington and Associates Mount Pleasant, South Carolina’s African American History and Efforts to Preserve and Commemorate It Sarah Scripps, University of South Carolina Personal Memory in the Public Landscape: The Creation of the Savannah Slavery Monument Panel 8-D: (Galleria III) Interpreting Environmental History for Public Audiences at the State and Federal Levels Chair: Orlan Svingen, Washington State University

Panel 8-E: (Galleria I) Neighborhood and Community Involvement in Historic Preservation Chair/Commentator: Lee M. A. Simpson, California State University Sacramento David Benac, Southeastern Louisiana University Four Neighborhoods, Four Stories Jon Taylor, University of Central Missouri A President, a Church, and Trails West: Competing Histories in Independence, Missouri Julia Yannetti, University of North Carolina at Wilmington Preserving a Sense of Place: Citizen and City Efforts to Save Sunset Park, Wilmington, North Carolina Panel 8-F: (Parlor B) The Community of Records in the Age of New Media: Family History as Public History Moderator: Joan Saverino, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania Candace Kanes, Maine Historical Society Primary Sources, Genealogy and History Julia Maserjian, Lehigh University Community Memory and Family History through Documentary Video Michael Mizell-Nelson, University of New Orleans New Media and Family History in the Classroom Susan Tucker, Tulane University Family History in a Time of Turmoil: Katrina and the Responses of Genealogists 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm NCPH Awards Luncheon and Presidential Address (Grand Ballroom II) [ticket required] Sticky History: Connecting Historians with the Public Marianne Babal, NCPH President and Assistant Vice President/ Historian, Wells Fargo Historical Services

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Roundtable 8-B: (Parlor A) Dangerous History: Anticipating Mine Fields during the Civil War Sesquicentennial Commemoration Chair: Anthony Curtis, Kentucky Historical Society

2010 ASEH Program 2010 ASEH CONFERENCE PROGRAM All sessions and events are open to all conference attendees.

Saturday, March 13 Panel 9-D: (Broadway III – Plaza Level) Water Projects, Water Policy Chair: DC Jackson, Lafayette College Comments: Audience Shawn Patrick Bailey, University of Montana “Holler Stop to the Dam Builders”: The Glacier View Dam Project and the American Environmental Movement Kristine C. Harper, Florida State University Water for Peace: LBJ’s “Great Society” Goes Global Pat Munday, Montana Tech Butte The Dam Must Go: Community Activism in Superfund Remedy Ruth Morgan, University of Western Australia Dry Noon in the West: An Environmental History of Scientific Perceptions and Understandings of Rainfall Decline in South-west Australia 1945-2007 Panel 9-E: (Broadway IV – Plaza Level) Ecological Transformation Across Three Continents Chair and Comments: William G. Robbins, Oregon State University Gilbert F. LaFreniere, Willamette University Bialowieza Forest and the Ecological Transformation of Western Europe ASEH SATURDAY

Steven Rubert, Oregon State University The Colonial Transformation of Zimbabwe’s Highveld Plateau 1890 - 1950 Tina K. Schweickert, Oregon State University Ecological Transformation of Oregon’s Waldo Hills After the 1851 Land Survey Panel 9-F: (Forum – Third Floor) Hard Times: Environmental Awareness, Scientific Innovation, and Policy Formation in Depression-era America Chair: Andrew Meade McGee, University of Virginia Comments: Audience Roger Turner, University of Pennsylvania Building an Operational Environmental Surveillance System: Upper Air Forecasting in the United States 1919-1939 Anna Zeide, University of Wisconsin Regulating Food in a Time of Scarcity: Protecting Consumers in the 1930s

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Andrew Meade McGee, University of Virginia Policy Naturally Selected: Evolutionary Thought and Agricultural Practice in the Formation of New Deal Environmental and Farm Policies Panel 9-G: (Council – Third Floor) Latin American Currents: Jaguars, Horticulture, Biodiversity Chair: Stuart McCoo, University of Guelph Comments: John Soluri, Carnegie Mellon University Stephen Cote, University of California Davis Consumed by a Jaguar: Bolivia’s Petroleum Pioneers, 1896-1920 Ashley Carse, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Plant Experiment Gardens, Planning, and Agriculture in the Panama Canal Zone, 1906-1939 Angus Wright, California State University Sacramento Nature’s Matrix: Historical Perspectives on the Relationship Between Biodiversity Conservation and Agriculture in the Americas Panel 9-H: (Directors – Third Floor) “Tinpot Popes of the Coca-Cola Belt”: How Southern Environmental History Affects America and the World Chair: Adam W. Dean, University of Virginia Comments: Steven Stoll, Fordham University Adam W. Dean, University of Virginia Slavery in the West: Civilization, Land Use and Union Bartow J. Elmore, University of Virginia Cocaine-Kola: An Environmental History of the Coca-Cola Company 1887 – 1917 Joseph Witt, University of Florida Simple People in a Wasted Land: Stereotypes and Appalachian Environmental History Roundtable 9-I: (Studio – Third Floor) Alternate Voices, Shared Visions: Women in Post-World War II Environmentalism Chair: Jennifer Stevens, Boise State University Roundtable Participants: Nancy Unger, Santa Clara University Megan Jones, University of Delaware Brittany Bayless Fermion, Purdue University Carla Fisher, Purdue University

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2010 NCPH Program 2010 NCPH CONFERENCE PROGRAM

All sessions and events are open to all conference attendees. Room locations will be listed in the printed program available at the conference.

2:30 pm – 4:00 pm NCPH Finance Committee Meeting (Cabinet Suite)

Concurrent Sessions 9: 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm Panel 9-A: (Galleria II) Telling the Story, Engaging the Public: Some New Approaches Tomas Ancona, Ancona & Associates, Inc. History is Good Business Brian Horrigan, Minnesota Historical Society History Museum as Community Forum: New Technologies, New Strategies Michael Lansing, Augsburg College New Possibilities for Public History in a Post-Carbon World Panel 9-B: (Grand Ballroom II) Confronting Ugly Legacies of Racism and Violence Anna Denkler and Daniel Radomski, Shenandoah University “The Heroic Associates of the Immortal John Brown”: Reexamining the Harper’s Ferry Raid and Issues of Race in a Visitor’s Center Exhibition Jennifer Dickey and Catherine Lewis, Kennesaw State University Unhappy Valley: Public History in the Land of Lynching Elizabeth Worley, Florida State University “Still Longing for Da Old Plantation:” The Stephen Foster Memorial’s Depiction of Slavery and Its Contemporary Implications for the Public Historian Panel 9-C: (Galleria I) Remembering Indigenous History Julie Harris, Contentworks, Inc. Revealing Truths: Inuit Experience and Historical Research for the Qikiqtani Truth Commission Margaret Huettl, University of Oklahoma Indians and Immigrants: Portraying Cultural Diversity at Old World Wisconsin Adam Mandelman, University of Wisconsin, Madison Tourism, History, and Memory along Hawai’i’s Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail Panel 9-D: (Parlor B) Places of Contention: Blair Mountain Battlefield in West Virginia Chair: Barbara Rasmussen, Independent Consultant Harvard Ayers, Appalachian State University Nell Ziehl, National Trust for Historic Preservation

Panel 9-E: (Parlor A) Wade in the Waters: A Gullah/Geechee Heritage Awakening and the Role of Public Historians Chair and Presenter: Michelle Lanier, North Carolina Division of State Historic Sites & Properties “Speak so you can speak again”: The Role of Place-based Oral Histories in Shaping the Gullah/Geechee Corridor L. Teresa Church, Independent Scholar/Consultant/Archivist Archival Navigation and the Documentation of Local African American Communities Tammy Gordon, University of North Carolina, Wilmington Public History Programs and Historical Resources: University/ Community Dynamics in the North Carolina Gullah Geechee Heritage Corridor Holly Smith, Southern Historical Collection at UNC, Chapel Hill Preserving Memory in the Archives: Gullah Geechee Resources in the Southern Historical Collection Panel 9-F: (Galleria III) Urban Rediscoveries: Historical Changes on Seattle’s Former Tidelands Chair: Sharon Boswell, Northwest Archaeological Associates, Inc. Ken Juell, Washington State Department of Transportation Christian Miss, Northwest Archaeological Associates, Inc. 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm Working Group 9-G: (Oregon Historical Society, Madison Room) Public History for Undergraduates: Teaching, Mentoring, and Program Development See the general description for working groups under Working Group 1-A. Facilitators: Eleanor Mahoney, Friends of Chesapeake Gateways Ivan Steen, University at Albany, SUNY Discussants: Alicia Barber, University of Nevada, Reno; Stephen Bogener, West Texas A&M University; Amy Canfield, Lewis-Clark State College; Kenneth Cohen, St. Mary’s College of Maryland; Julie Davis, College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University; Carmel Finley, Oregon State University; Joanne Goldman, University of Northern Iowa; Janet Hauck, Whitworth University; Ann McCleary, University of West Georgia; Arlin Migliazzo, Whitworth University; Michael Smith, Ithaca College; Dale Soden, Whitworth University; Eileen Wallis, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

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NCPH SATURDAY

Saturday, March 13

2010 ASEH Program 2010 ASEH CONFERENCE PROGRAM All sessions and events are open to all conference attendees.

Saturday, March 13 Concurrent Sessions 10: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Roundtable 10-A: (Alexanders – 23rd Floor) Redefining Ecology: Social Inequalities and Constructing Environments Chair: Noel Sturgeon, Washington State University Roundtable Participants: John Hausdoerffer, Western State College Carolyn Merchant, University of California Berkeley Sacoby Wilson, University of South Carolina Tony Zaragoza, Evergreen State College Panel 10-B: (Broadway I – Plaza Level) Militarization of Landscapes: South Africa, Vietnam, and the American Northwest Co-chairs: Lisa Brady, Boise State University Comments: Audience Phia Steyn, University of Stirling The Environmental Consequences of a Militarised Society: South Africa in the 1970s and 1980s Evelyn Krache Morris, Georgetown University A Measure of Failure: Data, Experts, and the Environment in Operation Ranch Hand Lisa Blee, Wake Forest University The Production and Destruction of Nisqually Prairie: Armament and Cultural Revitalization in a Shared Place Brian Casserly, University of Washington Alternative Visions of Security: Environmental Opposition to the Military Presence in the Puget Sound Region, 1968-84 Panel 10-C: (Broadway II – Plaza Level) Body and Health in the U.S. West Chair and Comments: Neil Maher, New Jersey Institute of Technology

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Erik Loomis, Southwestern University The Nature of a Labor Struggle: Work and Health in the Early 20th Century Pacific Northwest Rebecca Vanucci, University of New Mexico Whose Body Is It Anyway?: Public Health, Pregnancy, and Childbirth in 20th Century New Mexico Kelly Roark, University of Wisconsin-Madison Climate Cures but Culture Contaminates: The Southwest as a Last Resort Panel 10-D: (Broadway III – Plaza Level) Urbanity, Co-ops, and Hiking

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Chair: William Lang, Portland State University Comments: Audience Donna Rilling, SUNY Stony Brook Poor Women Strategize to Fight Nuisance in mid-19th-century Philadelphia Carmen M. Concepcion, University of Puerto Rico Mangroves, the Canal and its Communities: The View of Urban Growth in San Juan, Puerto Rico 1930-1950 Robin O’Sullivan , University of Texas at Austin The Agenda in the Garden: Organic Agriculture and Social Movements Anne Meis Knupfer, Purdue University Advocates of Organic Foods and Sustainable Agriculture? A History of American Food Cooperatives John Alexander Williams, Bradley University The Nazi Assault on Youth Hiking, 1933-1939 Panel 10-E: (Broadway IV – Plaza Level) Putting People Back Into Wilderness Chair and Comments: Jay Turner, Wellesley College Jim Feldman, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh A Storied Wilderness: Nature, History, and the Rewilding of Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Jedediah S. Rogers, Arizona State University Defining Roads in Roadless Areas: The Notion of Permanence in Wilderness Laura A. Watt, Sonoma State University What is Wilderness For? A Battle Over Preservation and Use at Drakes Estero Panel 10-F: (Forum – Third Floor) Debating Climate Change in 18th Century Russia, Scotland, and the British Empire Chair and Comments: Sverker Sörlin, Royal Institute of Technology Fredrik Albritton Jonsson, University of Chicago The Caledonian Forest and the Making of Classical Political Economy Ryan Jones, Appalachian State University Tropical and Arctic Nature in the First Russian Circumnavigation 1803-1806 Anya Zilberstein, Concordia University Biogeography and the Northern Environments of Empire

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2010 NCPH Program 2010 NCPH CONFERENCE PROGRAM

All sessions and events are open to all conference attendees. Room locations will be listed in the printed program available at the conference.

2:30 pm – 5:00 pm Working Group 9-H: (Parlor C) Structuring the International Discourse of Public History Practice and Scholarship See the general description for working groups under Working Group 1-A. Facilitators: Rebecca Conard, Middle Tennessee State University Holger Hoock, University of Liverpool Mark Salber Phillips, Carleton University Discussants: Susan Ashley, York University; Dana Bennett, Arizona State University; Daniel Killoren, Arizona State University; James Labar, Salt River Project; Robert Lee, University of Liverpool; Heather Miller, Historical Research Associates, Inc.; Manon Parry, National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health; Philip Scarpino, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Poster Session and Reception (Exhibit Hall) See description in “Posters” section.

Concurrent Sessions 10: 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

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Panel 10-A: Doing Public History on the Last Frontier Joan Antonson, State of Alaska Office of History and Archeology Rethinking Historic Preservation in Alaska: Recent Research, Public Interest, and Available Funds Terrence Cole, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Doing Business History on the Frontier: Writing the Story of the National Bank of Alaska Katherine Ringsmuth, National Park Service Cabins, Community, and Culture: Trapping Lifeways in Katmai National Park and Reserve

Panel 10-B: (Galleria I) Negotiating a Balance: Interpreting the Multiple Histories within “Wilderness” Landscapes Chair: Andrea Burns, Appalachian State University Elizabeth Almlie, University of South Carolina Recognizing Human History in a Wilderness Landscape: Cultural Resources and Congaree National Park Elizabeth Goetsch, Middle Tennessee State University Telling Many Histories: An Approach to Difficult History Using Cultural Landscapes Trent Margrif, National Trust for Historic Preservation Land Conservation and Historic Preservation at the Aldo Leopold Center Panel 10-C: (Galleria II) Mining Landscapes and Their Publics Chair: Allison Marsh, University of South Carolina Brian Leech, University of Wisconsin-Madison A Landscape of Leisure or Labor: The Fight to Preserve the Columbia Gardens from Mining in Butte, Montana Eric Nystrom, Rochester Institute of Technology Presenting the Underground: Model Mines in American Museums Hilary Orange, University College London Public Perceptions of Cornish Mining Landscape: Commoners and Heritage on Minions Moor Commentator: Peter Liebhold, National Museum of American History Panel 10-D: (Parlor A) Drive-Through America: Making Historic and Natural Places for and against the Automobile David Louter, National Park Service A Drive through Time: Public Access, National Parks and Automobiles in the 21st Century Cathy Stanton, Tufts University Road-Trip as Ritual: Moving the Car into the Foreground Anne Mitchell Whisnant, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill When the Road Is the Park, Can the Park Be More than a Road? Thinking about the Blue Ridge Parkway at Its 75th Anniversary Joan Zenzen, Independent Historian Planes, Trucks, and Automobiles: Four National Battlefield Parks and Their Roads

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Saturday, March 13

2010 ASEH Program 2010 ASEH CONFERENCE PROGRAM

ASEH SATURDAY

All sessions and events are open to all conference attendees.

Saturday, March 13 Roundtable 10-G: (Council – Third Floor) Field Trips and the Industrial Environment Co-Chairs: Steven H. Corey, Worcester State College and Carl A. Zimring, Roosevelt University Participants: Michael A. Bryson, Roosevelt University: James Longhurst, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse George Vrtis, Carleton College: Kimberly Little, University of Central Arkansas Zachary Falck, Independent Scholar Panel 10-H: (Directors – Third Floor) Environment & Economics in the Pacific Northwest Chair: William Rowley, University of Nevada Reno Comments: Audience Megan Prins , University of Arizona Seasons of Gold: An Environmental History of the Cariboo Gold Rush

Roundtable 10-I: (Studio – Third Floor) Publishing Your First Book: A Discussion with Four New Authors Chair: Peter S. Alagona, University of California Santa Barbara Roundtable Participants: Thomas Andrews, University of Colorado Denver Lawrence Culver, Utah State University Liza Piper, University of Alberta Robert Wilson, Syracuse University 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm ASEH Business Meeting See description in “Special Events” section. 6:30 pm – 7:00 pm No-Host Reception—Cash Bar 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Joint Banquet [ticket required]

Shana Loshbaugh , University of Alaska Fairbanks Settling the (Last) Frontier: A Land-Use History Alaska’s Kenai River Watershed Brett Mizelle, California State University Long Beach Fifty Years of Wildlife Tourism and Popular Environmentalism in Alaska James V. Hillegas, Independent Scholar “Prelude to the Backlash””: The Pulp & Paper Industry and Water Quality in Oregon 1940s-1960s

ASEH Travel Grants Congratulations to the following travel grant recipients, who received funding to Portland in 2010:

Tom Okie, E.V. and Nancy Melosi Travel Grant David Vail, Morgan and Jeanie Sherwood Travel Grant Jonathan Anzalone, Morgan and Jeanie Sherwood Travel Grant Ruth Morgan, John D. Wirth Travel Grant Katherine O’Flaherty, Ellen Swallow Richards Travel Grant Colin Tyner, Donald Worster Travel Grant Carolin Roeder, J. Donald Hughes Travel Grant Mickie Hudson-Koster, Minority Travel Grant Robert Denning, Travel Grant Maya Peterson, Travel Grant Brittany Bayless Fremion, Travel Grant John Holt, Travel Grant Daniel Macfarlane, Travel Grant

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2010 NCPH Program All sessions and events are open to all conference attendees. Room locations will be listed in the printed program available at the conference.

Saturday, March 13 Concurrent Sessions 10: 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm Working Group 10-E: (Parlor B) Continuing Conversations/Bearing the Standard: Public Historians Role in the Commemorations of the Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War See the general description for working groups under Working Group 1-A. Facilitators: Donna Neary, Kentucky Historical Society Carroll Van West, MTSU Center for Historic Preservation and Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area

Workshop 10-F: (Galleria III) Omeka: An Open Source Tool for Publishing Cultural Heritage Online [ticket required] Jeremy Boggs and Sheila Brennan, Center for History and New Media, George Mason University 6:30 pm – 7:00 pm No-Host Reception for Joint Banquet—Cash Bar (Plaza Foyer) 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Joint Banquet (Pavillion) [ticket required] See description in “Special Events” section

Discussants: Bruce Bustard, National Archives and Records Administration; Benjamin Cawthra, California State University, Fullerton; Sue Hall, University of California, Riverside; Michelle Lanier, North Carolina Division of State Historic Sites & Properties; Lorraine McConaghy, Museum of History & Industry, Seattle; Catherine Moore, National Parks Conservation Association; January Ruck, National Park Service; Pam Sanfilippo, Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site; Kati Singel, National Park Service; William Stoutamire, Arizona State University; Patti Van Tuyl, National Endowment for the Humanities

Posters

POSTERS cont. from page 13 ASEH Posters Saturday, March 13: 10:00 am – 10:30 am

“The Garden in the Machine: Redevelopment and Place-Making Through Urban Agriculture in Detroit” Joseph Stanhope Cialdella, University of Michigan

“A Research Proposal: Jurisdictional Ambiguities Related to the Blood Reserve Timber Limit in Waterton Lake National Park, 1895-1961,” Jeffrey Doherty, University of Lethbridge

“Contesting the Environmental Kuznets Curve: Chemical Pollutants and India’s Dilemma—A Historical Critique,” Mithun Bhattacharya, SUNYStony Brook

“A Contested Seascape: The North Atlantic Fisheries, 1818-1920,” Brian J. Payne, Old Dominion University

NCPH Posters

“‘Expertise for the Future’: Histories of Environmental Prediction and Policy,” Libby Robin, Sverker Sörlin, and Paul Warde “Observations on Natural History by Eighteenth-Century Maryland Merchant, Henry Callister,” Ellen M. Lawler, Sarah A. Rubin, and Brittany L. Uhland, Salisbury University “De/Reconstructing a Factory Town: History, Memory, and Environment in the Lost Cotton Mill Town of Daniels, Maryland,” Jaime Bradley, Hutchins Library, Kentucky “Tanoak Ecovention: How a Common Pacific Coast Tree Became Threatened and Promising Local Initiatives to Protect it,” Frederica Bowcott, Evergreen College “Land use change in Central Europe during the 19th and 20th century and the impact for forest ecosystems,” Ulrike Anders, Georg-August-University Göttingen “Celilo Falls: Falls of Life,” Samantha Chisholm Hatfield, Tiah EdmunsonMorton, and Linda Marie Richards, Oregon State University “Should’ve Been a Cowboy: Constructions of Race & Gender in the Great American Wilderness,” Jennifer Elizabeth Goodwillie, Bard College at Simon’s Rock “A Different Kind of Border War: Contestations Over Pesticides in Arizona’s Agricultural/ Urban Interface,” Adam Tompkins, Arizona State University

Saturday, March 13: 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm “Lost Voices: Mexican American Veterans of Souther California in World War II,” Miguel Garcia, Arizona State University “New Mexico Trade Tokens and Historic Businesses,” William S. Kiser, Arizona State Univeristy “A Crisis of Nature: The Boy Scouts of America’s Response to the Environmental Movement,” Heidi Martens, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis “New Orleans Po-Boy Preservation Festival History Venues: Using Regional Foods to Promote Local and Community History,” Stacy Meyers and Michael Mizell-Nelson, University of New Orleans “Arlington: From Private Home to National Memorial,” Loren Miller, Melanie Parker, Lauren Stelzer, and Brittney Westbrook, American University “The Golden West Hotel: Center of Early 20th Century African-American Life in Portland’s Old Town,” Jacqueline Peterson-Loomis “The Look of Nature: Designing Texas State Parks during the Great Depression,” Angela Reed, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department “The Cincinnati Fresh Air Farm Project: Memory, Landscape and Imagery - The Cultivation of a Narrative,” Kaira Simmons, Northern Kentucky University

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2010 NCPH CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Index of Presenters INDEX OF PRESENTERS

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Abbott, Carl ............................8 Adamek, Anna ................ 15, 23 Adams, Aubrey .....................30 Adams, Nathan T. .................24 Agish, Meral .........................13 Agnoletti, Mauro ..................28 Akers, John ..........................17 Akhter, Majed .......................34 Alagona, Peter S. ........... 34, 48 Alatout, Samer .....................40 Aldern, Jared Dahl ...............32 Allen, Kevin ..........................43 Allison, Jaime ......................14 Almlie, Elizabeth ..................13 Altman, Michael J. ...............24 Amato, Rebecca ...................23 Ancona, Tomas .....................45 Anders, Ulrike ......................49 Andrews, Thomas ................48 Angersbach, Kurt .................13 Anzalone, Jonathan ....... 32, 48 Appuhn, Karl ........................30 Archer, Kenna ......................16 Armenat, Manuela ...............20 Arning, Chuck ......................17 Ashley, Susan .......................46 Awalt, Jami ..........................31 Ayers, Harvard .....................45 Babaian, Sharon...................19 Bailey, Heather .............. 13, 23 Bailey, Rebecca ....................35 Bailey, Shawn Patrick ..........44 Babal, Marianne...................43 Bahn, Debbie ........................23 Balik, Shelby M. ...................18 Ballestrem, Val.....................23 Banks, Elizabeth ..................13 Barber, Alicia .......................45 Barber, Daniel A. .................20 Barber, Katrine ........ 10, 35, 41 Barman, Rup Kumar ............13 Barnet, Teresa .....................31 Barrow, Jr., Mark V. .............32 Bedell, Angi ..........................13 Benac, David ........................43 Bennett, Dana ......................47 Bennett, Janna ............... 10, 19 Bentzin, Bonnie ....................16 Bergstrom, Randy ................35 Berlage, Nancy ....................17 Bernstein, Andrew ...............42 Bethke, Alexander ......... 15, 23 Betsworth, Jennifer .............13 Bhattacharya, Mithun ..........13 Biehler, Dawn ......................24 Biggs, Patricia ......................41 Billings, Linda ......................17 Bingmann, Meilssa ..............23 Black, Brian ................... 20, 22 Black, Daryl..........................43 Blee, Lisa .............................46 Blodgett, Peter J. .................14 Blum, Elizabeth “Scout” ......42 Bocking, Stephen .................42 Bodenhamer, David .............17 Bogener, Stephen ................45

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Boggs, Jeremy ......... 11, 21, 49 Boswell, Sharon ...................45 Boukknight, Ashley ..............13 Bowcott, Frederica ...............49 Bowman, Amanda ................13 Boyer, Christopher...............34 Bradley, Jaime .....................49 Bradshaw, Laura Hepp .. 18, 20 Brady, Lisa M. ................ 32, 46 Bramwell, Lincoln................28 Brantz, Dorothee..................26 Bratton, Susan Powers ........22 Brennan, Sheila ....... 11, 15, 49 Brosnan, Kathleen A. ...........20 Brooks, Karl .........................42 Brown, David ........................35 Brown, Fred..........................22 Brown, Laryn ........................15 Bruggeman, Seth ........... 23, 41 Bruno, Andy .........................16 Bryan, Will ............................34 Bryson, Michael A. ...............48 Bsumek, Erika .....................20 Burns, Andrea ................ 27, 47 Burstyn, Harold ....................30 Bustard, Bruce .....................49 Caffrey, Patrick ....................42 Calice, Jakob ........................13 Canfield, Amy .......................45 Canty-Jones, Eliza ......... 23, 31 Cardia, Emanuela ................20 Carey, Mark ..........................40 Carpenter, Jennifer .............13 Carr, Graham .......................41 Carriker, Robert ...................23 Carse, Ashley .......................44 Casserly, Brian ....................46 Caulkins, Tamara .................28 Cawthra, Benjamin ..............49 Cebula, Larry ................. 15, 23 Chakrabarti, Ranjan .............26 Chambers, Mark M. .............18 Champion, Justin .................15 Chhaya, Priya ................. 23, 35 Chiarappa, Michael ..............24 Childers, Leisl Carr .............42 Childers, Michael .................28 Chowdhury, H.A. Akku .........15 Christen, Kate .......... 15, 22, 32 Christensen, Jon ..................26 Chromy, Pavel ......................13 Church, L. Teresa .................45 Cialdella, Joseph Stanhope .13 Clapperton, Jonathan ..........40 Closmann, Charles ..............24 Clune, Jay....................... 10, 23 Cohen, Benjamin .................24 Cohen, Kenneth ...................45 Cohn, Julie ...........................18 Coleman, Annie Gilbert.. 14, 28 Colten, Craig E. ....................18 Conard, Rebecca ............ 11, 47 Concepcion, Carmen M........46 Conn, Matti ...........................28 Conner, Roberta L. ..............41 Conte, Chris ................... 22, 26

Conway, Jim .........................27 Cooke, Kathy ........................24 Corbett, Katharine ...............35 Corey, Steven H. ...................48 Corrigan, Mary Beth ............23 Cortez, Marisol ....................40 Cote, Stephen .......................44 Cothran, Boyd ......................23 Cowan, Aaron .......................27 Cowles, Henry ......................32 Cox-Paul, Lori ......................35 Cronon, William ...................16 Crosbie-Taylor, Dorothea.....29 Crymble, Adam ....................13 Culver, Lawrence .................48 Curran, Christine .................35 Curry, Helen Anne ...............20 Curtis, Anthony .............. 19, 43 Daehnke, Jon .......................41 Dallett, Nancy ......................17 Danziger, Edmund J. ...........32 Dast, Steven .........................19 Davidson, Hugh ....................23 Davis, Brandon .....................42 Davis, Diana K. ............... 17, 28 Davis, Frederick ...................30 Davis, Julie ...........................45 Dean, Adam W. .....................44 DeBlasio, Donna ..................33 Denkler, Anna ......................45 Denning, Robert ............. 20, 48 Denton, Lynn ........................19 Di Stefano, Diana .................24 Diamant, Rolf ................. 11, 17 Dick, Lyle ..............................41 Dickey, Jennifer ............. 33, 45 Dilg, Janice...........................23 Diekmann, Lucy ...................40 Dinmore, Eric .......................20 Dockry, Mike ........................14 Doherty, Jeffrey ...................49 Doherty, Thomas Joseph .....32 Dorman, Dana ......................13 Dorsey, Kurk ........................20 Driscoll, Amy ........................35 Duggan, Keara .....................13 Dumas, Lindsay ...................13 Dunaway, Finis .....................42 Duncan, Colin A. M......... 20, 32 Duncan, Sam ........................30 Dunn, Liz ..............................35 Durbetaki, Lee .....................13 Eberstaller, Jurgen ..............34 Edmunson-Morton, Tiah ......49 Egan, Michael .......... 13, 20, 42 Ehrhart, Sharon ...................19 Elkind, Sarah S. ...................14 Elmore, Bartow J. ................44 Enright, Kelley .....................32 Etges, Andreas .....................15 Ettinger, Laura .....................19 Evans, Peter .........................14 Evans, Sterling ............... 18, 30 Evans-Hatch, Gail ................42 Evenden, Matthew................18 Falck, Zachary ......................48

Farmer, Sarah ......................18 Farris, Miriam ......................13 Fawcett, Ian ..........................35 Fay, Keri ...............................13 Feldman, James ...... 11, 17, 46 Feller, Laura ........................35 Fermion, Brittany Bayless ...44 Fichtel, Kathleen ..................13 Fiege, Mark .................... 11, 22 Filene, Benjamin ..................29 Finch, Rachael .....................13 Finley, Carmel ......................45 Fischer, Suzanne .................19 Fitzgerald, Kimberli .............23 Fisher, Carla ........................44 Fleming, James ............. 17, 30 Flippen, J. Brooks ................22 Foote, Carrie ........................17 Fortwangler, Crystal ............16 Fountain, Steve ....................28 Fowler, Laura Milsk .............29 Foxworth, Laura ...................13 Fraiss, Bernd .......................34 Francis, Matthew .................15 Frantilla, Anne .....................16 Fraterrigo, Elizabeth ............27 Free, Jonathon .....................34 Freidberg, Susanne ..............24 French, Amanda ...................21 Fressoz, Jean-Baptiste ........21 Friederici, Peter ...................13 Gaggio, Dario .......................18 Galusky, Wyatt .....................16 Garcia, Miguel ......................49 Gardner, James ...................15 Gardner, Kristen ..................40 Garton-Salley, Christina ......13 Gates-Moresi, Michelle ........23 Gee, Erika ....................... 15, 17 Germano, Nancy M. .............14 Geselbracht, Raymond H. ....35 Gills, Bradley ........................19 Gingrich, Simone .................13 Glaser, Leah ................... 15, 41 Glassberg, David ..................17 Godfrey, Matthew ..... 19, 23, 43 Goetsch, Elizabeth ...............47 Goldman, Joanne .................45 Goodwillie, Jennifer Elizabeth..49 Gordon, Tammy .............. 17, 45 Gossett, Barbara ..................27 Gowdy-Wygant, Cecilia ........16 Graber, Fredric ....................24 Graham, Otis L. ....................29 Grant, J. Haley......................13 Greene, Benjamin ................13 Guadalupe, Jorge ...................8 Gudis, Catherine ..................19 Gutterman, Lauren ..............21 Gutierrez, Carrie Tarasuk ....27 Haidvogl, Gertrud........... 13, 34 Hall, Jeff ...............................32 Hall, Marcus ............. 18, 30, 40 Hall, Sue ......................... 17, 49 Halloran, Fiona Deans .........24 Hamilton, Michelle ...............18

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Index of Presenters Hamilton, Sarah Renee........15 Hanna, Bridget .....................34 Hannon, Laura Bellew .........41 Hanshew, Annie ...................16 Hanson, Robin ......................41 Harper, Kristine C. ...............44 Harris, Julie .........................45 Harrison, Christian ..............42 Harvey, Mark ........................34 Hass, Kristin.........................41 Hassenpflug, Larry ..............27 Hatfield, Samantha Chisolm ..49 Hathaway, Abby....................29 Hauck, Janet ........................45 Hausdoerffer, John ........ 16, 46 Hay, Amy ..............................17 Hayes, Jack Patrick .............30 Heasley, Lynne ............... 30, 34 Heise, Ursula K. ...................26 Hepp, John ...........................13 Herman, Gerald ...................31 Herrington, Philip ................28 Hersch, Matthew ..................17 Herschler, David ..................21 Hersey, Mark D. ...................42 Herzinger, Kyna ...................13 Hillegas, James V. .......... 23, 48 Hirt, Paul ........................ 22, 28 Hochschild, Adam ...... 9, 35, 37 Hoffman, Scott .....................27 Hohensinner, Severin .... 13, 34 Holt, John ....................... 22, 48 Hoock, Holger ......................47 Horrigan, Brian ....................45 Hosmer, Brian .....................14 Hromada, Erin ......................21 Hudson-Koster, Mickie L...32, 48 Huettl, Margaret ..................45 Hulse, James W. ..................42 Hung, Kuang-chi ..................20 Hunner, Jon .........................15 Inloes, Tory Swim .................29 Jackson, DC ........... 7, 8, 26, 44 James, Michele Anne ...........13 Janac, Jiri .............................13 Jelecek, Leos .......................13 Jennings, Patrick .................31 Johns, David .........................22 Johnson, Christopher ..........28 Johnson, Nathan ..................13 Johnson, Rochelle ...............22 Jones, Megan .......................44 Jones, Ryan ..........................46 Jones, Susan ........................22 Jonsson, Fredrik Albritton ...46 Jordan, Christopher .............13 Jørgensen, Dolly ..................13 Jørgensen, Finn Arne ..........13 Juell, Ken .............................45 Jungwirth, Mathias ..............34 Kalb, Martin .........................20 Kanes, Candace ...................43 Karalus, Dan E. ....................18 Kaser, Cara ..........................35 Kathirithamby-Wells, Jeyamalar .. 42

Keddington-Lang, Marianne ..16 Keller, Tait ........................ 6, 40 Kelman, Ari ..........................14 Khazeni, Arash ............... 26, 44 Kheraj, Sean.........................30 Kibler, Rev. Ray F. III ............27 Killoren, Daniel T............ 29, 47 Kinkela, David ......................20 Kinzey, Karen .......................23 Kiser, William S. ..................49 Klingle, Matthew ..................30 Knowles, Susan....................35 Knupfer, Anne Meis .............46 Koed, Betty K. ................ 29, 42 Koelinger, Amy ....................18 Koffman, Mitchell ................15 Kolar, Laura .........................28 Kolmes, Steven ......................8 Krahe, Diane L. ....................32 Kreitlow, Bert .......................34 Kreye, Lars ...........................22 Kristmanson, Mark ..............29 Kronzek, Lynn ......................27 Kropp, Phoebe .....................14 Kunowski, Henry ............ 12, 15 Kvach, John ..........................43 Labar, James .......................47 Labode, Modupe ............ 19, 31 LaCombe, Kent ....................18 LaFreniere, Gilbert F. ...........44 Lang, William .......................46 Langer, Adina .......................21 Langston, Nancy ..8, 16, 26, 30, 34 Lanier, Michelle ............. 45, 49 Lansing, Michael ..................45 Larson, John Lauritz ............22 Launius, Roger............... 17, 23 Law, Zada .............................35 Lawler, Ellen M. ...................49 Layman, William ..................16 Leary, Thomas .....................27 Lee, Calinda .........................19 Lee, Robert ..........................47 Leech, Brian .........................47 Leon, Sharon ........................15 Lewis, Catherine ............ 33, 45 Lewis, David .........................41 Li, Lillian ..............................30 Liebhold, Peter ....................47 Lifset, Robert D. ...................18 Limerick, Patty .....................14 Linnér, Björn-Ola .................42 Little, Kimberly ....................48 Litvin, Sarah .........................19 Locher, Fabien .....................24 Lonetree, Amy ......................41 Long, Angelina .....................30 Longhurst, James ................48 Loo, Tina.......................... 24,30 Loomis, Erik .........................46 Lord, Alexandra.... 7, 10, 19, 23 Loshbaugh, Shana ...............48 Louter, David ............ 11, 19, 47 Lowe, Turkiya .......................27 Lübken, Uwe ........................26

Luckett, Thomas M. .............28 Luedtke, Brandon ................40 Luetkemeier, Kristen ...........27 Lyon, Cherstin .......... 10, 23, 33 MacEachern, Alan ................30 MacFadyen, Joshua .............20 MacFarlane, Daniel ..............20 Macias, Vanessa ...................19 Madison, Mark .....................32 Maher, Neil ..........................46 Mahgoub, Mohamed Abdo ...32 Mahoney, Eleanor ................45 Maier, Kevin .........................22 Maijala, Kevin .......................33 Mallea, Amahia ....................40 Mandelman, Adam ...............45 Mann, John ..........................44 Mannikko, Nancy Farm ........34 Manuel, Jeffrey ....................23 Margrif, Trent .......................47 Marquardt, Gary ...................22 Marsh, Allison .......... 19, 33, 47 Marsh, Kevin .................. 31, 42 Mart, Michelle ......................30 Martens, Heidi......................49 Martin, Brian .................. 23, 41 Martin, Kristy .......................15 Martinez, Dennis Rogers ..14, 32 Maserjian, Julia ...................43 Matteson, Kieko ...................28 Mauch, Christof....................26 McCarty, Tom .......................22 McCleary, Ann ................ 41, 45 McClellan, Michelle .............41 McConaghy, Lorraine...........49 McCoo, Stuart ......................44 McCrea, Heather L. ..............42 McCurdy, Devon ...................28 McEwen, Emily .....................17 McGee, Andrew Meade ........44 McGuire, Mary Richie ...........32 McKean, Margaret ...............20 McKibben, Carol Lynn ..........21 McKinney, Merritt ................34 McNamee, Patty...................16 McNeill, John R. ...................16 McQuaid, Kim .......................17 Medovoi, Leerom .................40 Melendy, Cynthia A. .............13 Melosi, Martin .....22, 30, 40, 48 Merchant, Carolyn.......... 24, 46 Meringolo, Denise .......... 23, 35 Merlino, Katheryn Rogers ...15 Messinger, Seth ...................17 Meyers, Stacy .......................49 Middendorf, George .............40 Migliazzo, Arlin ....................45 Mikhail, Alan .................. 14, 26 Miller, Cynthia ......................43 Miller, Daegan......................40 Miller, Heather .....................47 Miller, Howard S. (Dick) .......35 Miller, Loren ........................49 Miller, Page Putnam ............29 Miss, Christian .....................45

Mitman, Gregg .....................28 Mizelle, Brett........................48 Mizell-Nelson, Michael .. 13, 43, 49 Mooney-Melvin, Patricia ......21 Moore, Catherine .................49 Moore, Ethan ........................13 Moore, Patrick ......... 10, 23, 41 Moore, Tyler DeWayne .........41 Moranda, Scott .....................24 Morgan, Ruth ................. 44, 48 Morishita, Naoki...................42 Morrin, Peter .......................27 Morris, Evelyn Krache..........46 Morrissey, Katherine ...........40 Most, Stephen .................. 8, 26 Muchnick, Barry Ross ..........14 Munday, Pat .........................44 Muñoz-Weingarten, Sandra ..17 Murphy, Kevin P. ..................23 Murray, D. Seth ....................16 Murray, Vincent ....................29 Muscolino, Micah .................32 Myers, Victoria J. .................15 Na, Li ....................................19 Nappo, Meaghan ..................17 Nash, Linda .................... 18, 30 Neary, Donna ........... 23, 43, 49 Nelson, Paul.........................18 Nicandri, David.....................31 Nilon, Charles ......................40 Nilsen, Adam .......................29 Nix, Elizabeth .......................33 Noiret, Serge ........................15 Norris, Linda ........................15 Nugent, Angela ....................34 Nystrom, Eric .......................47 O’Brian, William E. ...............14 O’Flaherty, Katherine .... 24, 48 Okie, Tom ....................... 20, 48 Olson, Brent .........................42 Orange, Hilary ......................47 Orsi, Richard J. ....................22 Oshio, Kazuto .......................42 O’Sullivan, Robin ..................46 Ottinger, Gwen .....................30 Owens, Trevor ................ 11, 41 Pallante, Martha ..................15 Palmer, Carol .......................15 Paolini, Federico ............ 22, 24 Pappas, Jeff .........................41 Parker, Melanie ...................49 Parks, Viriginia.....................41 Parry, Manon ........... 15, 19, 47 Patenaude, Sara...................13 Payne, Brian .........................49 Payne, Phillip .......................33 Pearson, Byron Eugene .......28 Perales, Monica ...................30 Petersen, Keith ....................31 Peterson, Maya .............. 16, 48 Peterson-Loomis, Jacqueline..49 Peyton, Jonathan .................18 Pfeiffer, David ......................31 Phillips, Mark Salber ...........47 Phy, Sonaren ........................15

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Piper, Liza ................ 13, 15, 48 Pisani, Donald ......................22 Platt, Amy.............................23 Poston, Muriel ......................40 Powers, Ann .........................17 Pratt, Joseph ........................22 Preissler, Kate .....................17 Price, Jay........................ 21, 41 Priest, Tyler ..........................22 Prins, Megan ........................48 Pritchard, Sara B. ................18 Pyne, Stephen ......................16 Quenet, Gregory ...................24 Radomski, Daniel .................45 Ragan, Edward .....................21 Rains, Lesley ........................40 Rajan, S. Ravi .......................16 Ransford, Elizabeth Hoffman ..19 Rasmussen, Barbara ..... 35, 45 Rast, Raymond .....................17 Rawson, Michael ..................30 Raymond, Anan ....................41 Reddish, Sandra ...................21 Reed, Angela ........................49 Reed, Lesley-Anne ...............34 Reeves, Troy .........................19 Reichard, Ruth D. .................14 Reidell, Andrea ....................33 Reinhardt, Bob H..................28 Reis, Michael........................19 Remillard, Arthur .................18 Reynolds, Jean .....................17 Reynolds, Maria ...................21 Richards, Linda Marie ..........49 Richter, Carrie .....................35 Rilling, Donna ................ 34, 46 Ritvo, Harriet ..........................9 Rizzo, Mary ...........................23 Roark, Kelly..........................46 Robbins, William G...............44 Roberts, Tim ........................23 Robertson, Tom....................42 Robin, Libby .........................49 Roddy, Amanda ....................13 Roeder, Carolin F. .......... 14, 48 Rogers, Jedediah S. .............46 Rome, Adam.........................42 Rose, Vivian ..........................23 Rosen, Christine ..................42 Rosenthal, Gregory ..............18 Roth, Darlene .......................41 Rothschild, Rachel Emma ...52 Rowley, William....................48 Rubert, Steven .....................44 Rubin, Sarah ........................49 Ruck, January ......................49 Rusnak, Cecilia ....................15 Russell, Edmund ..................34 Sabin, Paul ...........................40 Sachs, Aaron ........................40 Sackman, Doug ....................20 Safranek, Lauren .................13 Sala, Dominick Della ...........22 Salinger, Bob .........................8 Salley, Shawn William .........13 Salmanson, David Lion ........24

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Salo, Edward .................. 23, 43 Samanta, Samiparna ...........34 Sanders, Jeffrey ...................16 Sandwell, Ruth .....................20 Sanfilippo, Pam ....................49 Santiago, Myrna ...................34 Saverino, Joan......................43 Saxena, Adhya Bhati ............18 Scarpino, Phillip ............. 11, 47 Scheinfeldt, Tom ............ 15, 23 Schell, Justin .......................15 Schmid, Martin............... 13, 34 Schrepfer, Susan .................16 Schultz, Jaime .....................41 Schweickert, Tina K. ............44 Scott, Samantha...................28 Scripps, Sarah................ 13, 43 Sedo, Tim .............................30 Sedrez, Lise .........................42 Seefeldt, Douglas .................21 Sevcenko, Liz .......................17 Sewell, David........................21 Shallat, Todd ........................31 Shapiro, Aaron .....................19 Shaw, Karen .........................35 Sherow, James E. ................22 Shine, Greg...........................33 Shrum, Rebecca...................33 Shurts, John .........................28 Simmons, Kaira ...................49 Simonian, Lane ....................42 Simpson, Lee M. A. ..............43 Sinclair, Donna ........ 10, 23, 43 Singel, Kati ...........................49 Singleton, Lisa .....................15 Sirna, Angela........................15 Skillen, James .....................32 Smith, Holly..........................45 Smith, Michael B. ..... 16, 40, 45 Smith, Morgan .....................17 Smith, Susan Lynn ...............24 Smith-Howard, Kendra ........24 Smoak, Gregory ............. 23, 35 Soden, Dale ..........................45 Soll, David ............................32 Soluri, John ..........................44 Sörlin, Sverker ............... 46, 49 Sothmann, Mark ..................17 Sowards, Adam M. ......... 14, 42 Spence, Mark .......................11 Spirn, Anne Whiston ............13 Sprenger, Jana.....................20 Stanley, Meg.........................19 Stanton, Cathy ......................47 Steen, Ivan...................... 41, 45 Steen-Adams, Michelle .......13 Stegman, Stephanie.............31 Steiger, Eric .........................18 Stelzer, Lauren ....................49 Stevens, Jennifer .................44 Stewart, Mart .......................42 Steyn, Phia ...........................46 Stine, Mark ...........................13 Stoll, Mark................ 16, 18, 22 Stoll, Steven .........................44 Storey, William .....................40

Stoutamire, William ....... 31, 49 Stradling, David....................18 Strasser, Susan ...................30 Stromberg, Joseph ..............18 Stroud, Ellen .................. 14, 30 Strutt, Michael .....................35 Studnicki-Gizbent, Daviken .34 Sturgeon, Noel .....................46 Sugiyama, Shigeru ...............42 Suhrstedt, Leah ...................21 Summers, Ann Li .................30 Sunseri, Thaddeus ...............22 Sutter, Paul .................... 28, 34 Sutton, Robert K. .................23 Svingen, Orlan......................43 Swanson, Drew ....................28 Szuter, Christine ..................16 Szylvian, Kristin....................19 Tappan, Jennifer Naomi.......34 Taylor, Bron ..........................22 Taylor, Jon ............................43 Taylor, Joseph .................. 8, 24 Temple, Sam ........................16 Teodorescu, Ioana ................15 Tester, Frank J. ....................24 Thayer, Gwyneth ..................31 Theriot, Jason ......................22 Thibodeau, Kate ...................15 Thiessen-Reily, Heather ......40 Thomas, Julia Adeney ..........32 Thompson, Cassie Kilroy .....27 Timmerman, Janet ..............21 Tomblin, David ............... 32, 40 Tompkins, Adam ..................49 Toshihiro, Higuchi ................20 Townsend, Robert ................41 Tsutsui, William M. ........ 32, 42 Tucker, Richard ....................30 Tucker, Susan ......................43 Turkel, William J. ........... 13, 15 Turner, Jay ..................... 42, 46 Turner, Roger.......................44 Tyner, Colin .................... 20, 48 Tyson, Amy ...........................23 Uhland, Brittney L. ..............49 Unger, Nancy .......................44 Urban, Andrew .....................23 Vail, David ....................... 30, 48 Valk, Anne ............................29 Van Huizen, Philip ................30 Van Lanen, Amanda .............20 Van Tuyl, Patti ......................49 Vanucci, Rebecca .................46 Veichtlbauer, Ortun ..............13 Vogel, Eve .............................28 Voggesser, Garrit ...................4 Vrtis, George ........................48 Wakild, Emily........................34 Walker, Brett ........................22 Walker, William ....................41 Wallis, Eileen .......................45 Walls, Laura Dassow ...........26 Walls, Robert E. ...................32 Walsh, James .......................19 Wang, Jessica ......................24 Ward, Christopher J. ............16

Warde, Paul ..........................49 Warner, Anne .......................32 Warren, Julianne Lutz .........26 Warren, Louis .......................22 Warren-Findley, Jannelle ..29, 41 Washington, Sylvia Hood ......20 Watt, Laura A. ......................46 Way, Albert G........................42 Weaver, Robert ....................41 Webb, James ........................22 Weiss, Steven .......................28 Wells, Chris ..........................22 Wess, Robert ........................40 West, Carroll Van .................49 Westbrook, Brittney .............49 Wexler, Geoff ........................23 Weyeneth, Robert.................23 Whalley, Jonathan................15 Whipple, Susan ....................27 Whisnant, Anne Mitchell..27, 43, 47 White, Sam ..................... 26, 40 Whitehead, Ashley ...............31 Whitney, Kristoffer ...............30 Wicentowski, Joseph ...........21 Wilhide, Andy .......................15 Williams, Amy ......................35 Williams, Andrea ..................28 Williams, John Alexander ....46 Williams, Stephanie .............21 Willingham, William.............23 Willis, John...........................33 Wilmes, Katie .......................19 Wilson, Gregory....................17 Wilson, Robert .....................48 Wilson, Sacoby .....................46 Wing, John Thomas .............28 Winiwarter, Verna .......... 13, 34 Witt, Joseph .........................44 Wojtowicz, Richard ...............28 Wolfe, Mikeal........................42 Woodward, Walter ................23 Woodworth-Ney, Laura ........31 Worley, Elizabeth .................45 Worster, Donald ...................20 Wosh, Peter ..........................41 Wright, Angus ......................44 Yannetti, Julia ......................43 Yates, Michelle .....................40 Young, Morgen ............... 13, 23 Young, Robert .......................40 Young, Terence ............... 14, 41 Young, Yolonda .....................14 Zaragoza, Tony .....................46 Zeide, Anna ..........................44 Zeisler-Valsted, Dorothy ......16 Zelko, Frank .........................24 Zenzen, Joan .................. 17, 47 Ziehl, Nell ............................45 Ziewitz, Katheryn L. .............40 Zilberstein, Anya ..................46 Zimring, Carl A.....................48 Zwingelberg, Tanja ...............20

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environmental HISTORY Oxford University Press is proud to be American Society for Environmental History’s publishing partner! Also from Oxford University Press, featured books in environmental studies: Winner of the Ambassador Book Award in Biography and Autobiography of the English-Speaking Union of the United States. Donald Worster A Passion for Nature: the Life of John Muir Hardback $34.95

Winner of the Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Book Award of the Forest History Society Neil M. Maher Nature’s New Deal: the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Roots of the American Environmental Movement Hardback $74.00 Paperback: $19.95

Mark Carey In the Shadow of Melting Glaciers: Climate Change and Andean Society Hardback: $99.00 Paperback: $24.95

John P. Herron Science and the Social Good: Nature, Culture and Community 1865 - 1965 Hardback: $49.95

Books from Oregon State University Press

V I S I T O U R B O OT H ! 3 0 % c o n fe re n c e d i s c o u n t

River Basins of the American West A High Country News Reader EDITED BY CHAR MILLER $24.95 Paperback

Water in the 21st-Century West A High Country News Reader EDITED BY CHAR MILLER, WITH AN AFTERWORD BY PAUL LARMER $24.95 Paperback

In writings drawn from the pages of High Country News, the newspaper that sets the standard for coverage of environmental issues in the West, River Basins of the American West and Water in the 21st-Century West explore why water has been, and remains, the West’s most essential and controversial issue. These two volumes are essential primers in assessing and mapping the West’s water future—they capture the range and nature of the arguments that have defined water politics in the region over the past decade.

The Environmental Justice William O. Douglas and American Conservation ADAM M. SOWARDS

From the late 1940s to the mid-1970s, American conservation politics underwent a transformation—and Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas (1898-1980) was at the heart of this shift toward modern environmentalism. $24.95, Paperback

Photo courtesy of Gerald W. Williams Collection, University Archives, Oregon State University Libraries

To Harvest, To Hunt

Stories of Resource Use in the American West EDITED BY JUDITH L. LI

Drawing on family letters, oral traditions, historical records, and personal experience, the ethnically diverse contributors offer readers new perspectives on the land they live on, the harvest they consume, and the natural resources they manage. $18.95, Paperback

The U.S. Forest Service in the Pacific Northwest A History GERALD W. WILLIAMS FOREWORD BY MIKE DOMBECK

An historical overview of the role the Forest Service has played in managing the Northwest’s forests. $29.95, Paperback

The Lumberman’s Frontier

Three Centuries of Land Use, Society, and Change in America’s Forests THOMAS R. COX

Forests were ubiquitous in early America, but only in some areas was it the trees that led to settlement. These areas constituted the lumberman’s frontier, appearing first in northern New England in the 17th century and then in upstate New York, the Allegheny Plateau, the upper Great Lakes states, the Gulf South, and the Far West. These frontiers generated capital, organizations, and attitudes that impacted events across the land and would shape forest use and policy long after frontier conditions passed in the 1930s. $35.00, Paperback

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