Reflections in Bullough’s Pond

  • “A masterpiece… History as literature and something every New Englander should read.”
    The Providence Journal
  • “An extraordinary book, a combination of polemic and all-encompassing scholarship.”
    The Boston Globe
  • “You may never look at New England the same way again.”
    Maine Sunday Telegram
  • “This is a beautifully written scholarly book. Highly recommended.”
    Sustainable Population
  • “The intricate interweaving of seemingly unrelated human activities, ecosystems, responses, and human reactions to those responses, is the strength of Bullough’s Pond.”
    The Women’s Reviews of Books
  • “Admirable environmental and economic history.”
    Publishers Weekly
  • “A unique overview of New England history during the last 400 years.”
    Conservation Perspectives
  • “This is history made palpable and personal.”
    Economic History Services
  • “An altogether wonderful book, packed with information, brimming with wisdom and a delight to read.”
  • “A sourcebook for everyone who cares about landscapes and technology.”
  • “A rich romp through New England’s history.”
    Conservation Matters
  • “An intriguing book.”
    Environmental Practice
  • “The author has done a masterly job in turning a wide range of research findings into an absorbing narrative.”
    Cambridge Chronicle