Second Nature: An Environmental History of New England
Bounded by the St. Lawrence Valley to the north, Lake Champlain to the west, and the Gulf of Maine to the east, New England may be the most cohesive region in the United States, with a long and richly recorded history. In this book, Richard W. Judd explores the mix of ecological process and human activity that shaped that history over the past 12,000 years. He traces a succession of cultures through New England’s changing postglacial environment down to the 1600s, when the arrival of Europeans interrupted this coevolution of nature and culture.
University of Massachusetts Press
Human ecology, History, New England
History | Other Environmental Sciences | United States History
Judd, Richard W., "Second Nature: An Environmental History of New England" (2014). Faculty and Staff Monograph Publications. 202.