Glave, Dianne D.
Adult Nonfiction E185 .T65 2006
Summary: Focusing on three major themes, this book is a vivid analysis of the relationship between African-Americans and the environment in US history. Carefully researched, the essays cover subjects including slavery, hunting, gardening and religion. It will serve as a foundation for future studies in African-American environmental history.
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