Nature's New Deal: The Civilian Conservation Corps and the Roots of the American Environmental Movement

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lNDEX
Italicized page numbers refer to illustrations.
abandoned farmland, 28, 39, 136
Adirondack Forest Preserve (N.Y.), 23–24, 37, Z176–77, 188
Adirondack Mountain Club, 24
advertisements, 151–53, 152, 153, 178
African Americans, 106, 111, 116, 154–55, 265n4
agrarianism, 30–31, 158
Agrarians, 30–31
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA), 6, 123, 184, 191, 195, 198
agronomy, 86, 90, 191, 194
air pollution, 146
Alamance County (N.C.) schools, 160
Albertt, Pablo Diaz, 77–78, 112–13
Albright, Horace, 197
alumni (CCC), 214–19, 226
American Agriculturalist, 28
American Conservation Corps, 215, 298n20
American Conservation Enrollees, 216, 218
American Country Life Conference (Ithaca, N.Y.), 29–30
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 79–80, SJ, 206, 208
American Forestry Association, 39, 183
American Forests, 71, 123, 158, 165, 167, 183, 186, 212–13
American Fork and Hoe Company, 151, 152, 178
American Game magazine, 169
Americanization, 13, 107–13, 110, 111, 262–63nl22
American Legion Auxiliary, 159
American Nature Association, 177, 223
American Tree Association, 91
American Wildlife Institute, 177
AmeriCorps, 215
amphitheaters, 139
Anderson, Ned, 163
antiwar movement, 5, 216
Appalachian Mountains, 73, 133, 139, 189
Appalachian Trail, 73, 173, 189–90, 251n97
Arboretum and Wild Life Refuge (Univ. of Wisconsin), 165
archery, 35
Arizona Conservation Corps, 215
Arlington National Cemetery, 38
artificial landscapes, 73, 141, 168, 171, 176, 224, 275nl37
Asheville (N.C.) Chamber of Commerce, 141
Asheville Advocate, 135, 146–47
assimilation, 110–12
Associated Charities (Asheville, N.C), 135
Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks, 176–78
Association of State Foresters, 88
Audubon Society, 170–71, 199, 224, 285n86
automobiles, 67, 139, 144–45, 146. See also motor roads
“axe-man,” 151, 152, 178
back-to-the-land movement, 30–32
Baden-Powell, Robert, Sir, 33
Bad Nauheim (Germany), 21–22
Baker, John, 170
Baker, Richard St. Barbe, 17
balds, 133
bark beetle, 56
barrier zones against insects, 56
Bartlett Manufacturing Company, 151
Beard, Daniel, 33–34, 36

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