The Great Plains

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Ginn and company, 1931 - History - 525 pages
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Examines the causes and effects of development of the Great Plains in terms of the land, climate, barbed wire, dry farming, wells and windmills, and native animal life.

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This is a tough book to grade. Obviously, the test of time has proven to dispel many of the romantic myths, as well as show the book for its racism, misogyny, and allusions of grander when it comes to ... Read full review

Review: The Great Plains

User Review  - Goodreads

This is a tough book to grade. Obviously, the test of time has proven to dispel many of the romantic myths, as well as show the book for its racism, misogyny, and allusions of grander when it comes to ... Read full review

Contents

I The Physical Basis of the Great Plains Environment
10
The Plains Indians
47
The Spanish Approach to the Great Plains
85
Copyright

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