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Emerald City: An Environmental History of Seattle

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By Matthew Klingle
Associate Professor of History & Environmental Studies

Emerald City is the kind of history that every city needs, and all can learn from it. The story is particular to Seattle, but similar dramas can be read in the landscape of every American city. Required reading for everyone concerned with the future of Seattle, I recommend it for those engaged with city building anywhere.
- Anne Whiston Spirn, from the hardcover edition.

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