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with social relations. Boosterism became a religion of environmental optimism. The region's so-called pioneers were environmental gamblers whose economic fates rested on accidents of climate. The outliers lost, pushed to the environmental fringe by a political ecology defined by race. Lynn-Sherow writes with an acute sense of place and space, evidenced throughout the book's narrative. But histories of place need maps, and the book does not have a single one. In the end, this work may miss thedoi:10.1525/phr.2005.74.4.632 fatcat:qhmshl4otzbu7j252bwrpwludu