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Bibliography of Environmental History
Major sources and articles for online environmental history:
- US Dept. of Labor history
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration -- Forty Years Later, the Fight for Safety in the Workplace Goes On.
- US Environmental Protection Agency history
- US National Archives - Library of Congress - Environmental photographs by EPA
- Environmental history (Wikipedia) and List of Environmental History Topics
Books and other bibliographic materials.
(also see: Renewable energy bibliography)
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