An Excavation of Place

Ray, Janisse
October 2011
Studies in American Culture;Oct2011, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p12
Academic Journal
The article reports that individual start loosing capabilities, and essentialities, as they strive to civilize and technologize and industrialize and sanitize and safeguard their lives. It is mentioned that during the last 100 million years, as global climate change caused the sea to rise and fall across the land, rivers deposited vast loads of sand, silt, and clay at the shore to help form Georgia's Coastal Plain.


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