Mart a stewart what nature suffers to groe life labor and landscape on the georgia coast 1680 1920 wormsloe foundation publications no 19. What nature suffers to groe focuses on a particular place and time to explore how environment and human culture transform each other mart a stewart shows how each successive community on the georgia coast including its natives settlers slaves share croppers lumbermen and developers forged unique relationships with the environment . What nature suffers to groe life labor and landscape on the georgia coast 1680 1920 by mart a stewart university of georgia press 1996 360 pp cloth 4500 reviewed by albert e cowdrey adjunct professor of history at the university of new orleans if environmental history has one pervading characteristic it is discontinuity. What nature suffers to groe explores the mutually transforming relationship between environment and human culture on the georgia coastal plain between 1680 and 1920 each of the successive communities on the coast the philanthropic and imperialistic experiment of the georgia trustees the plantation culture of rice and sea island cotton planters and their slaves and th. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied
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