In this first environmental history of the gold rush kathryn morse describes how the miners got to the klondike the mining technologies they employed and the complex networks by which they obtained food clothing and tools she looks at the political and economic debates surrounding the valuation of gold and the emerging industrial economy that exploited its extraction in alaska and explores the ways in which a web of connections among americas transportation supply and marketing . The nature of gold an environmental history of the klondike gold rush weyerhaeuser environmental books authors univ of washington pr kathryn taylor morse contributors william cronon frederick jackson turner vilas research prof of history geography enviro studies william cronon edition illustrated publisher university of washington press 2003 isbn. Morses environmental history of the klondike gold rush was not an exception morse examines the variety of contexts in which klondike gold rushers related to the natural world from the food they ate and the animals they consumed to the modes of transportation they employed and the gold they extracted in each of the chapters morse contends that the miners diverse ways of moving themselves through the world. The nature of gold an environmental history of the klondike gold rush weyerhaeuser environmental books english edition ebook kathryn morse william cronon amazonde kindle shop. Nature of gold an environmental history of the alaska yukon gold rush weyerhaeuser environmental books morse kathryn cronon william isbn 9780295983295 kostenloser versand fr alle bcher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon
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