Enlightenment, Age of reason, Isaac Newton, Benjamin Franklin,
Industrial Revolution, Western mining, Indian Territory, George Perkins
Marhs, Man and nature, earth as modified by human action, the new
Midterm: one essay choice of writing
Salt Creek, a glassy flow inches deep that trickles over shoals of quick sand and between mud
flats covered with white crusts of alkali. Though it looks potable the water is too saline for
he takes a sip, pretty bad, but a man could l
World War II and the Environment (cont.)
War Production Board.
named after Joseph Pendleton, a Marine Corps Commandant.
didn't have the ocean to practice on.
needed calm water to practice, so in 1942 they wanted to put in a harbor in
Final Review Friday.
Yet to do:
BRAC (today) finishes environmental impact of war.
Greening (today) finishes greening of federal resources agencies.
Election of 2000 (Friday) finishes elections.
Conclusion with Carson and Abbey finishes that essay of Frid
Part Two Essays:
A. Pivotal Presidential Elections and the Environment.
1912, 1932, 1952, 1964, 1980, 2000.
We pick five; you write on three.
Winning and losing candidates listen on exam sheet.
Tell the overall story and the environmental issues as they a
"a nation's park"-
To Catlin's credit, he proposed a US government movement called the US nation's park.
only with a large reservation of land could the native americans continue to live they way
that they had before without being tainted by americans.
Modern Federal Land Use and Water Resources Agencies
Bull Moose Party.
Roosevelt, while not getting the Republican party nomination, created his own party called
the progressive party.
Pinchot pushed for Roosevelt to come back as Taft was reve
Western Mining and Utilitarian Conservation
Midterm: Monday , Oct 24
One Essay: choice of writing on the Preservation Movement or Utilitarian Conservation Movement
Preface or Preamble for both
Key terms are a memory jogger
Blue book Friday October 21: Bri
apotheosis of nature, well ordered nature, portraits, Rembrandt
peale, joseph turner, joseph hindley, Samuel f.b. morse, Hudson river
school, romantic nationalism, Thomas cole, james fenimore cooper,
last of the mohicans, the course of empire, Fr
romanticism, primitivism, nationalism, the vanishing American
frontier, George catlin, upper Missouri river basin, buffalo country, fort
pierre, profligate waste, specimens, a nations park, hot springs AR,
Andrew Jackson, Yellowstone, J
William Penn, English Quakers, Broad Arrow Policy, Proclaimation
Line of 1763, Revolutionary War, inexhaustibility, freedom,
independence, Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, What is an American?,
Alexis de Tocqueville, Frederick Jackson Turner, the agrarian i
The most alarming of all man's assaults upon the environment is the contamination of air,
earth, l rivers, and seas with dangerous and even lethal materials.
In this now universal contamination of the environment, chemicals are the sinister and little