VIEWS AMER LANDSCAPE
VIEWS AMER LANDSCAPE LA 1203
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Final Review LA 1203 The Wilderness Act took 20 years oflobbying to get the act passed There was a big compromise that all the lands that would be set aside in the 1964 Act would be lands that came out of our national parks or monuments national forests or national wildlife refugees These were very valuable lands and had a large desire by the public to have the lands be valued The BLM bureau of land management came out of the second agreement and excluded BLM Aldo Leopold forester in the Gila National Forest and proposed it as the first primitive area wrote the Sand County Almanac Bob Marshall was a socialist and believed that all forested land should be the property of all the people He was a climber and a counter Howard Zianizer was a burocrat a pitbull a lobbyist he got the wilderness act through congress He went to all the hearings before the passage of this bill and got it through the congress and died a month before it was passed Mirror ofAmerica The last story dealt with echo canyon David Harmon the author of Mirror ofAmerica was saying that that issue was that there was a damn to be built and was stopped It was the coming of age of conservation movements because the achieved a political power Wallace Stagner wrote a piece about Powell going down the Colorado Benard Devoto enlisted Stagner to work against this damn at Echo Park in the Dinosaur and together they were a part in the movement to stop the damn Who wrote from the easy chair from Harper magazine Devoto Sierra Club put out their first battle book on Dinosaur quotThis is dinosaur was the title Who was Earl Douglass he was digging up dinosaur bones Andrew Carninge built Carninge museum library and hall in Pitsburg The institution was filled with dinosaurs as an exhibit and Earl Douglass had that obligation Souviner hunters kept stealing his bones so he worked to get his area set aside as a national park Dinosaur National Monument is associated with Green and Yalmpa River Earl Douglass Echo Canyon Utah Colorado borderall of the above True or False Echo park marks the beginning of the use of ecology in the conservation movement according to Harmon False Echo Park marks the movement as a political force Who wrote from the easy chair in Harper s magazine Devoto From a historic view of his writings critics only gave Beyard Taylor credit for his mid 19th century writings He wrote quot2 101 World about humiation and mammoth cave in Kentucky Critics only said he met the expectations of his mid 19th century readers in other words no one likes him anymore like they did a long time ago What did Charles Dickens write about quotFactories in Lowell He also wrote quotThe Christmas Carol and quotTiny Tim Dickens was concerned about the social qualities oflife and was fascinated to come to America in Lowell Massachusetts and see how the workers in the mill were predominately women and how smart they were These workers had created a society ofpoetry and had a publication were they published their own poetry in the mill Dickens asked to compare which of the following to quothaunts of mystery Lowell Massachusetts Mark Twain wrote quotHawaii Volcanoes Which of the two volcanoes did he think was the most powerful The Killer Whale According to Samuel Clemmons the killer whale was a mere toy a child s volcano blab la bla Falst Which author did a series of addresses on national parks the need of the future of 1912 before the American acidic association ames Brice what s surprising his position was a liberal member of parliament in England and comes over to US and sees our national parks and gets involved in management and how great they were Valley of Humiliation great relief and gothic gallery can be found in mammoth cave Which of the following authors wrote asthetics quotImpact ofbeautythe parks reseve it permanately in the inheritence of the American citizen Bearnard Devoto park of the epilogue in democracy in national parks Earl Douglass tried to protect his diggings from which of the following Souvenir hunters Relationship between Devoto and Stegner could be described as friends Pulitzer Prize winning author in 1947 quotAcross the Wide Missouri was written by Devoto Who wrote quotaccording to Jackson who in his compacity of the geographic surve of the state the altitude of the khatdan is 1300 feetit is evidently the highest point in the state of Maine Henry David Thoreau Who was the first nativeborn artist naturalist William Bartrum Who painted quotKindred Spirits Asher B Duran painted this as a tribute to Thomas Cole who died the year before Cole and Bryant were the two people in the painting Bryant had the idea of central park True or False In 1820 910 paintings were landscape paintings False by 1850 that would be true but its 1820 Thomas Cole received his art education in Europe in the states he was doing bank notes and took the summer off and started painting nature Which of the following plants is associated with Bartrom and whoever Franklinia Altamaha Name a painter that painted a painting that went for the highest price at the American sanitation auction quotThe Rocky Mountains by Albert Bearstead Muir and Pinchot were on opposite sides of the Hetchhetchie Muir lost and the damn went down in Yosemite What is the name of the primitive area established by Aldo Leopold Gila primitive area Natural bridge in Virginia is associated with Thomas Jefferson quotHow can you buy the sky and own the rain and the wind Chief Seattle True or false section 23 of the township and range was set aside for public education False it was section 16 True or False Section 8 11 26 and 29 was set aside for future government use True What was described on Thomas Jefferson s tombstone Everything but president author of declaration ofAmerican independence religious freedom and university of Virginia Thomas Cole did a series of five paintings entitle the quotcourse of empire know the order story and everythingthe first one was quotThe Savage Stage quotOrchadion Pastore stage quotconverstino of empire quotdestructionquot quotdesolutionquot What author had the first international best seller from the new world published in four languages He came to Louisiana William Bartrom travels north and South Carolina east and west Florida We have two survey systems in Louisiana the town and range system and what the French long lock system Which of the following green lands is under the control of the national park service Recreation Refugee Another value of wilderness is being a benchmark and being able to measure against what nature does if our design activities etc are beneficial to the land Lewis and Clark expedition one of the things they were looking for was a water route across the country and trying to understand a survey or inventory of the plants and animals Also tried to create friendship with the native people Who climbed a 100foot Douglass Fir to experience a windstorm ohn Muir Who wrote quotand from the eastern boundarymiles ofheight and gloriously coloredit seems not clothed with light Like the walls of some city ohn Muir he was concerned with Sierra Henry David Thoreau graduated from Harvard Thoreau built a cabin 10X15 feet Who said quotin wilderness is the preservation of the world Henry David Thoreau Who was born in Dumber Scotland ohn Muir Iohn Muir went to Wisconsin University Who did something with the Holy Cross William Henry Iackson photographer Who help found the world s first museum collection of photography in 1940 Ansell Adams pianist What was the name of the first museum M Museum of Modern Art in NYC Who was given credit for the zone system of photography Ansell Adams black to white he got the neutral grey exposed correctly Louisiana Purchase from what country France Napoleon 1803 How much was paid 15 million Why is land in the Atchafalaya rising Silt sediment deposition True or False The wilderness act had a compromise that the land could only be compromised out of BLM False Who was the person who was given credit for national parks the first to propose the idea George Catlin Who wrote letters and notes on the manners customs and conditions ofAmerican ways in 1841 Catlin Leopold Zinizer etc were responsible for which of the following organizations The Wilderness Society True or False Thoreau represented Transcendentalism as a rebel against society His piece on civil disobedience in uence Gandhi true 1092009 54200 PM LA READING REVIEW Don t read Atchafalaya Read all the assignments Mirror of America readings David Harmon read the italics 1St paragraph tells you about the author and why Know names of authorsnames of pieces they wrotewho they arewhat they ve donegeneral storywho the main characters arewhat its all about True falsemultiple choice some dates some quotes Who did she ride the rockies with Ride the rockies and save your soul howard eaton the wrangler Old Yellowstone days written in 1936 recall what yellow stone national park was like in the early years who was the author owen whister What else did he write The virignia Homstead the chunk of holmsteads report was a blue print as to how to manage the park the concord hym celebrates what date april 19 1775 the battle of Lexington concord the shot heard around the world the minute men john mier and Ralph waldo emerson first met in yosemitie he called emerson what name a sequoa which of the following months was represents by the good oak in leopolads san county almanac February what state was leopald s county Wisconsin who wrote a nations park george caffery in that he was the 1St to write about he idea of national parks he was a painter and he painted primarlily portraits of Indians in their native lands david homes stated in his book that the pref of mirror of America that only 2 were nature writers who were the nature writers john muir john burrows true or false david harmons stated in the book mirror of America that poety about the national parks is easy to find bc of the granger of the body of the most famous national park FALSE who wrote the virgiana owen whistler who used the freq used free verse in his poetry carl sandler poetry magazine was edited and published by who started in 1911 harriet Monroe name the painter who s fame is known for its Indian life and had letter published in 1833 in the new york advertiser george caffery there was a article piece on the great west what was it about and who wrote it a frantic trip through a lot of the western national parks Thomas wolfe these thing I ponder while the kettle sings I will return to the orchid at the food of the san hills leopald next morning as we strode over the san hillswe came up a great slab of bark Leopald when the muskrat went under the bridge he reappread and I had a good luck at him he was 8 in long in the body and another 6 in the tale ann hiller the wonderful thing about muskrats is that they cant see very well extremely worried if they know I m there ann hiller it is quite worth to go down into the canyon on mule back if only to fall in love with a mule and to learn wat a docile creature john burrows going down into the grand canyon who was with him John muir And what was muir all about He didn t want to go down he s always climging up things on the second day we made it on mule back go up he said and not down climb climb KNOW FREDERICK LAW HOLMSTEAD it is for us the living rather to be dedicated to the unfinished work Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg address cities call and I ve heard them but there is no voice that s so insistant to me I shall go back mary Roberts rhineheart