Rita Zorn Moonsammy, David Steven Cohen, Lorraine E. Williams
Rutgers University Press, 1987 - 234 pagina's
'Environmentally, the New Jersey Pinelands is a special place....It is the particular interaction of people and place that makes the Pinelands distinct. The people of the region have had a profound influence on the environment. They have changed the landscape...and shaped artifacts that are tailored to their own environment and distinct from those of nearby regions....Their special vision and understanding infuses their tools and technologies, their songs and stories, their paintings and carvings.'--from the Conclusion
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