By: Richard Manning
210 pages, Illus, maps
Manning explores the dichotomy between "wilderness" and "civilization" and the often disastrous effects of industrialization with examples from the Pacific Northwest's Inside Passage - from southeast Alaska down through Puget Sound, and then on to the northern Oregon coast and the Columbia River system.
This book is about an idea that rests at the junction of what we call wilderness and civilisation. Simply, it is a call for rethinking, and more importantly, reconstructing, our relationship with nature.-from Inside Passage"
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