Table of contents for Looking for Longleaf : the fall and rise of an American forest / by Lawrence S. Earley.


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 Prologue: Land of the Longleaf Pine 1
 Part I. Ecology
 Chapter One. What Bartram Saw 0
 Chapter Two. Fire in the Cathedral 00
 Chapter Three. A Wondrous Diversity 00
 Chapter Four. Webs of Life 00
 Part II. Exploitation
 Chapter Five. Piney Woods People 00
 Chapter Six. Tar Kilns and Tar Heels 00
 Chapter Seven. Getting Turpentine 000
 Chapter Eight. A Reckless Destruction 000
 Chapter Nine. Assault on the Southern Pines 000
 Part III. Forest Management
 Chapter Ten. Forestry Practice and Malpractice 000
 Chapter Eleven. Health, Quail and Fire 000
 Chapter Twelve. Fools for Longleaf 000
 Part IV. Ecosystem Restoration
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 Chapter Thirteen. Woodpeckers and Forests 000
 Chapter Fourteen. Restoring an Ecosystem 000
 Epilogue: A Presence on the Land? 000
 Notes 000
 Bibliography 000
 Index 000
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Longleaf pine Southern States, Forests and forestry Southern States