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Consider all the environmental issues that have come to the forefront along with technological advances—from the invention of the gasoline-powered engine to space modules landing on Mars. Select one issue in particular and write an essay on its pros and cons for both human beings and for the environment.

Choose one Native American tribe and research its beginnings in North America through to its sudden end or to its gradual dispersion into other tribes. Write an essay that concentrates on what happened to the tribe when the Europeans arrived and how the members' lives changed.

Write a poem about the natural environment that surrounds your home. Try to pattern your poem after "Anasazi," using strong descriptive words and brief phrases.

Gary Snyder's introductory note inTurtle Island states "The 'U.S.A.' and its states and counties are arbitrary and inaccurate impositions on what...

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