Posted by Bill Martin on 2013-10-22 17:58:07
|For all you striper folks who need something to do when your arm too sore or you're out of gas. |
I just finished reading "Down by the Bay," by Matthew Booker, which is about San Francisco Bay. Highly recommended.
And the list below is from the bibliography. Dig in!
From "Down by the Bay," by Matthew Booker:
Suisun Marsh History, by Anthony Arnold; Monterey-Pacific publishing, 1996
From the Sierra to the Sea, by Bay Institute. Bay Institute, 1998
Delta West, by Roger Minick & Dave Bohn. Scrimshaw 1969
Before California, by Brian Fagan. 2003
The Rise and Fall of the Wetlands of Cal's Great Central Valley, by Philip Garone. 2011
SF Bay: Portrait of an Estuary, by John Hart & David Sanger. 2003
A History of Federal Water Resources Programs, 1800-1960, by Beatrice Bert Holmes. 1972
The Oyster Question, by Christine Keiner. 2010 (Chesapeake Bay focus)
Factories in the Field, by Carey McWilliams. 1939
Small Farm and Big Farm, by Carey McWilliams. 1945
Eldorado, by Bayard Taylor. 1850.
Voyages and Travels in Various Parts of the World, by Georg H. Von Langsdorff. 1813-14
Seeking Refuge: Birds and Landscapes of the Pacific Flyway, by Robert M. Wilson. 2010
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