Environmental History (EH)



Environmental History (EH) Related

Environmental History of Africa, The:: Includes essays and articles on the environmental history of Africa.

American Society for Environmental History (ASEH):: The American Society for Environmental History increases understanding of the important role played by the environment throughout human history, from the earliest period to the crucial issues of our own time. Founded in 1977, the ASEH is a non-profit scholarly organization that promotes research and teaching as well as public outreach. Our membership is international and interdisciplinary - and those who join receive a subscription to our quarter

History of Sericulture:: Article by Dr. Ron Cherry, originally featured in the Cultural Entomology Digest.

History of Hydroponics:: Article following the history of growing plants without soil from the hanging gardens of Babylon in 600 BC to the present day.

A Brief History of Cucumbers:: Brief account of the cultivated plant and its introduction to the Americas.

History of Farming:: Illustrated overview of the origins and development of agriculture, with bibiliography, notes from early cultures, and pictures of early farm implements and tractors.

History of Horticulture:: Course outline that was distributed to students in Ohio State University Professor Freeman S. Howlett's course titled "The History and Literature of Horticulture: From Earliest Times to the Present," taught in 1968.

Environment and History:: Interdisciplinary journal which aims to construct long and well-founded perspectives on present day environmental problems.

History of Tea Cultivation:: Article describing the origin of tea in China and its spread to other parts of the world.

Forest History Society:: Contains membership information, links to research and publications, quarterly journal, oral histories, conferences and general information about the society.

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People, Prairies, and Plains: The Historical Role of People in Environment