GEG345 - The Adirondacks: An Historical Geography (3 cr.)

Evolution of geographic patterns of human endeavors from initial exploration through mid-twentieth century. Settlement, population, transportation, economic activities, ethnicity and cultural landscapes emphasized. Field trips to Great Camps, former mining and mill towns, abandoned farms, mines, cemeteries, resort hotels and the Adirondack Museum at Blue Mountain Lake. (Summer). Liberal arts. Prerequisite: junior standing

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