A Land Between: Owens Valley, California (Center Books on Space, Place and Time)
By: Rebecca Fish Ewan (author)Hardback
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A landscape history, this text explores the central idea of how people's preconceptions and perceptions of a place - in this case, Owen's Valley - influence their interventions on the land. Rebecca Fish Ewan draws on primary sources, oral histories and conversations, offering a story that reaches beyond the tale of water wars with Los Angeles. The poetic essays, illustrated with historical images and Ewan's own photographs of the region, provide a multifaceted perspective on the land, the history and the people of Owens Valley.
Rebecca Fish Ewan is an assistant professor in the School of Planning and Landscape Architecture, Arizona State University.
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