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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style Knowing nature through labor? Unit IV: How do we know nature? Sources and additional readings Thomas G. Andrews, Made by Toile? Tourism, Labor, and the Construction of the Colorado Landscape, 1858 1917, The Journal of American History (December 2005). Thomas G. Andrews, Killing for Coal: Americas Deadliest Labor War (Harvard University Press, 2008). Sara B. Pritchard, Confluence: The Nature of Technology and the Remaking of the Rhne (Harvard University Press, 2011). Richard White, Are You an Environmentalist or Do You Work for a Living? Work and Nature in Uncommon Ground: Toward Reinventing Nature , ed. William Cronon (W. & W. Norton, 1995). Case study 1: Erasing labor from the landscape Late 19th-century CO and U.S. West John Watt (railroad worker) Built environment Yet invisible labor? Views of the CO landscape (late 1850s 1870) Inclusion of (some) work and workers Only post-gold (1858) Working mines as tourist destinations Leadville, CO...
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