Series: The Naturalist's America

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The Appalachians by Maurice Brooks
Desert: the American Southwest by Ruth Kirk
The shaping of America's heartland : the landscape of the Middle West by Betty Flanders Thomson
Sierra Nevada by Verna R. Johnston

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  1. A Guide to New England's Landscape by Neil Jorgensen (1971)
  2. Far Appalachia: Following the New River North by Noah Adams (2001)
  3. Something's Rising: Appalachians Fighting Mountaintop Removal by Silas House (2009)
  4. Round River (Galaxy Book, 372) by Aldo Leopold (1991)
  5. A Sierra Club Naturalist's Guide to the North Woods of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota (Sierra Club Naturalist's Guides) by Glenda Daniel (1981)
  6. Our southern highlanders : a narrative of adventure in the southern Appalachians and a study of life among the mountaineers by Horace Kephart (1922)
  7. California Landscape; Origin and Evolution by Mary Hill (1984)
  8. Methods of Collecting and Preserving Vertebrate Animals by Rudolph Martin Anderson (1965)
  9. The Appalachian Trail by Ronald M. Fisher (1972)
  10. Beyond the Wall: Essays from the Outside by Edward Abbey (1970)
  11. Open Horizons by Sigurd F. Olson (1969)
  12. Mountains of the Heart: A Natural History of the Appalachians by Scott Weidensaul (1994)
  13. The Great Smokies and the Blue Ridge; the story of the southern Appalachians by Roderick Peattie (1943)
  14. Seeing the Middle West by John T. Faris
  15. Reading the Landscape of America by May Theilgaard Watts (1975)

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