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Where the Buffalo Roam Restoring America's Great Plains

By: Anne Matthews
204 pages, 5 B/w photos
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  • Where the Buffalo Roam ISBN: 9780226510965 Edition: 2 Paperback May 2003 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Tells the story of two American conservationists, Frank and Deborah Popper and their plan to restore North America's great plains by reintroducing the buffalo that once roamed there. Matthews follows the Poppers from Montana to Texas as they try to sell their idea in seminar rooms and small-town living rooms, cattle lots, and cornfields.

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Anne Matthews is the author of Bright College Years: Inside the American Campus Today, published by the University of Chicago Press, and Wild Nights: Nature Returns to the City. Her family has lived on the Great Plains for six generations.
By: Anne Matthews
204 pages, 5 B/w photos
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An admirably crafted book, as poignant and entertaining as it is informative. - Seattle Times "Where the Buffalo Roam is very bright, active, effective journalism....An extremely savvy overlook of the dilemmas of the Great Plains." - Wallace Stegner
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