The City Natural
Garden and Forest Magazine and the Rise of American Environmentalism
In focusing on a publication that advanced the concerns and arguments of educated environmentalists writing from a diverse range of interests and fields, Hou restores a sense of coherence to a field that is often presented as a set of splinters and polarities. . . Will [be read] profitably by specialists in the field and graduate students, scholars who will appreciate its emphasis on recapturing the sense of consensus in Gilded Age environmentalism that the apty entitled 'Garden and Forest' advanced.