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Conservation Biology - 2. A History of Conservation in North America

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Department
Biology
Course
BIOL 3130
Professor
Andrew Mac Dougall
Semester
Winter

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Conservation Biology Lecture Notes2 A Brief History of Conservation in North America1 Proximity leads to disdainoEarly settlers had no interest in conservationoDriven by fear religion by desperation escaping persecution in Europe oCoincided with the destruction of Native American peoples and culturesoFew dissenting voicesoCatherine Parr Trail early 1800sSister was biographer of Queen VictoriaCoburg Ontario Rice Lake PlainsHer writings have become critical for restoration2 It begins in the citiesoAs cities grew so did interest in wildernessoReaction against the dehumanizing effects of the industrial revolution and urban living shifts in thinking God could only be found in untrammeled nature and the peoples that lived there noble savages JeanJacques RousseauoEcotouri
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