Boston Environmental History Seminar
Massachusetts Historical Society
Tuesday, November 14, 2017, 5:15 PM
Jacqueline Gonzales, Historical Research Associates
Drafting the Cape Cod Formula
Comment: Steven Moga, Smith College
When the National Park Service wanted to create a federal park on Cape Cod, residents worried about what would happen to their homes, communities, and coastal traditions. This paper examines how citizens articulated their concerns, and how these responses helped the NPS and Senators John F. Kennedy and Leverett Saltonstall to create a new acquisition and land management policy that would then be applied to other living landscapes.
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As in the past, the essays are available to subscribers as PDFs through the seminar’s webpage, https://www.masshist.org/2012/calendar/seminars/environmental-history. Subscribe to the 2017-2018 series online via this page. A $25 subscription allows access to the full series of papers for the year, as well as the papers for the Boston Area Early American History Seminar and the Modern American Society and Culture Seminar. Papers are posted a few weeks before the session; the Nov. 14 paper is now online.
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