By: Lary M Dilsaver
328 pages, 35 illus, 24 maps
Uses Cumberland Island, located off the coast of Georgia, USA, as an example of the difficulty of converting privately owned lands into public space. The fate of the island has galvanised national environmental groups, the descendants of powerful families, historic preservation organisations and African-American heritage societies.
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