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Emerald City An Environmental History of Seattle

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By: Matthew Klingle
384 pages, 46 illus
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  • Emerald City ISBN: 9780300143195 Paperback Nov 2008 Out of Print #176356
  • Emerald City ISBN: 9780300116410 Hardback Jan 2008 Out of Print #168618
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At the foot of the snow-capped Cascade Mountains on the forested shores of Puget Sound, Seattle is set in a location of spectacular natural beauty. This book explores the role of nature in the development of the city of Seattle from the earliest days of its settlement.

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Matthew Klingle is assistant professor of history and environmental studies, Bowdoin College.

Out of Print
By: Matthew Klingle
384 pages, 46 illus
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'A fascinating revisionist look at the settling and shaping of this city. Seattle may be acclaimed as a model of enviro-awareness but Klingle points out many dispiriting chinks in its greenie armor.' John Marshall, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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