Stephen J. Pyne

Stephen J. Pyne is an emeritus professor at Arizona State University. He is the author of more than 30 books, mostly on wildland fire and its history but also dealing with the history of places and exploration, including The Ice, How the Canyon Became Grand, and Voyager. Most recently, he has surveyed the American fire scene with a narrative, Between Two Fires: A Fire History of Contemporary America, and a suite of regional reconnaissances, To the Last Smoke, all published by the University of Arizona Press.
 
Between Two Fires Between Two Fires
Between Two Fires

Between Two Fires

A Fire History of Contemporary America

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California California
California

California

A Fire Survey

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Florida Florida
Florida

Florida

A Fire Survey

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The Great Plains The Great Plains
The Great Plains

The Great Plains

A Fire Survey

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Here and There Here and There
Here and There

Here and There

A Fire Survey

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The Interior West The Interior West
The Interior West

The Interior West

A Fire Survey

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The Northeast The Northeast
The Northeast

The Northeast

A Fire Survey

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The Northern Rockies The Northern Rockies
The Northern Rockies

The Northern Rockies

A Fire Survey

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Slopovers Slopovers
Slopovers

Slopovers

Fire Surveys of the Mid-American Oak Woodlands, Pacific Northwest, and Alaska

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