||Environmental history and the American South
Environmental history and the American South.
||Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; CONTENTS; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; LIST OF SIDEBARS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; PREFACE: Paul M. Pressly; INTRODUCTION: Paul S. Sutter The History of Conservation and the Conservation of History along the Georgia Coast; CHAPTER 1: Mart A. Stewart Islands, Edges, and Globe: The Environmental History of the Georgia Coast; CHAPTER 2: David Hurst Thomas Deep History of the Georgia Coast: A View from St. Catherines Island; CHAPTER 3: S. Max Edelson Visualizing the Southern Frontier: Cartography and Colonization in Eighteenth-Century Georgia
||CHAPTER 4: Edda L. Fields-Black Lowcountry Creoles: Coastal Georgia and South Carolina Environments and the Making of the Gullah GeecheeCHAPTER 5: Tiya Miles Haunted Waters: Stories of Slavery, Coastal Ghosts, and Environmental Consciousness; CHAPTER 6: Drew A. Swanson A Rhetoric of Ruin: Imagining and Reimagining the Georgia Coast; CHAPTER 7: Albert G. Way Longleaf Pine, from Forest to Fiber: Production, Consumption, and the Cutover on Georgia's Coastal Plain, 1865-1900
||CHAPTER 8: William Boyd Water Is for Fighting Over: Papermaking and the Struggle over Groundwater in Coastal Georgia, 1930s-2002sCHAPTER 9: Christopher J. Manganiello The Gold Standard: Sunbelt Environmentalism and Coastal Protection; CHAPTER 10: Janisse Ray "The Majestic Scene East-ward": Sense of Place in the Literature of the Georgia Coast; CONTRIBUTORS; INDEX; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|