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1 Davis, Ren and Helen Georgia Walks Discovering Hikes Through the Peach State's Natural and Human History
Atlanta, GA Peachtree Publishers 2001 1561452122 / 9781561452125 Paperback Good 
A creative and resourceful guide to discovering the history of the Peach State. Discover all that Georgia has to offer in over fifty self-guided tours, suitable for the entire family. From the northern mountains to the southern coast, Georgia Walks covers the entire Peach State and its history. The book includes a timeline of Georgia history, detailed maps, and notes on walking and running each trail, as well as parking and contact information. It also provides extensive local and natural history and lists notable sights, attractions, and special events. A must-have for anyone interested in the natural or social history of Georgia. 
Price: 5.99 USD
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2 Fisk, Erma J. A Cape Cod Journal
New York W.W. Norton 1990 0393028585 / 9780393028584 Paperback Good in Good dust jacket Illustrated by Russell, Louise 
Foreword by Bob Hale

Relates the author's experiences living on Cape Cod, struggling to overcome the obstacles of age, and battling to retain her zest for life. 
Price: 5.07 USD

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3 Southwick, Charles H. Global Ecology in Human Perspective
New York Oxford University Press 1996 0195098676 / 9780195098679 Paperback Good 
Written by a well-known ecologist with more than forty years of scientific field work on six continents, this book deals with the ecology of planet earth, focusing on the condition of the global environment and the quality of human life. The author describes the scope and meaning of global ecology and gives a brief review of ecological principles relevant to global concerns. The work concentrates on how we as humans affect global ecosystems and how these changes impact our health, behavior, economics, and politics. Specific sections address the ecological components of planet earth, the biosphere, ecosystem ecology, worldwide environmental trends, and the state of human populations. Other chapters deal with competition and conflict, the ecology of war, an agenda for survival, sustainability, and future prospects.

Accessible to undergraduates, students in adult and professional education, and general readers, this unique work gives a broader definition of our environment than conventional ecology books, emphasizing economic and social dimensions of the global environment. It covers diverse viewpoints, including good news and favorable trends regarding the future, and helps readers think about current ecological problems and those we will face in the future. It discusses how to relate facts and beliefs, how to assess outcomes, and, finally, how me might view and treat the one world in which we live. 
Price: 4.25 USD

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