Table of contents for Beyond the stony mountains : nature in the American west from Lewis and Clark to today / Daniel B. Botkin.


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Acknowledgements
Foreword
1. A Partially Settled Landscape
2. Changing Old River
3. A Countryside Pleasant, Rich, and Partially Settled:Through the Eastern Woodlands
4. Into the Tall-grass Prairie
5. Restoring the Lower Missouri River
6. Fire, Wind, and Water:The Platte River and the Loess Hills Within the Prairies
7. Winter on the Plains:Lewis and Clark Among the Mandans
8. American Serengeti
9. Scenes of Visionary Enchantment:The Upper Missouri
10. "Pleasingly Beautiful" and "Sublimely Grand": Pathways in the Mountains
11. A Passage Steep and Stoney, Strewn with Fallen Timber: The Bitterroot Mountains
12. Roll On, Columbia, Roll On: Down the Snake and Columbia Rivers
13. Changing Old Forests at the Mouth of the Columbia
14. In the Wake of Lewis and Clark
Sites Visited
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