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People, Life, Culture The human experience of the Pine Barrens has shaped the landscape in which we live today. Native Americans exploited the Pine Barrens for game and berries. The remains of their settlements are common, though generally unobserved, in and around the Pine Barrens.
Europeans began to arrive in numbers during the early 18th C. But as virgin forests and richer sources of ore opened up to the west, our society largely abandoned the Pine Barrens, allowing the forest to recover and reclaim many of the villages scattered throughout the region for nature.
Today overpeople live inside the Pinelands boundary. More than 20 million people live within 60 miles of the Pinelands. Starting in the late 19th C.
Most drastic, however, has been the simple influx of people who live in and around the Pine Barrens but do not make their living off the land. Residential subdivisions, shopping malls, offices and roads have eliminated and fragmented much of the original Pine Barrens ecosystem.
Citizens and their political leaders stepped in during the late s to try to save the Pine Barrens before it was lost forever.Impact Teen Drivers is the nation's leading voice on texting & driving, teen distracted & reckless driving education.
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Abstract. The Chinese Exclusion Act of made a profound impact on American society, affecting the targeted Chinese people as well as Caucasians.