By: Timothy Silver
322 pages, 46 illus, 5 maps
Chronicles the geological and environmental forces that created this intriguing landscape and traces the history of environmental change and human intervention from the first Indian-European contact to today.
Timothy Silver has written a magnificent history of the Black Mountains, one that fascinates and instructs. He conveys a vivid sense of the natural and human history of these still-wonderful mountains. Even more impressive is the way he relates the two in analyzing the problems and possibilities of life in the Black Mountains in coming decades. - Christopher Camuto, author of A Fly Fisherman's Blue Ridge
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