1. http://www.pequotmuseum.org/Home/ResearchCollections/WhatsNewInResearch.htm Core ideas for the archaeological pathways project are listed at this site.
2. http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet/Articles/bloomrev/index.htm. Lorin Anderson, a student of Bloom worked to revise the taxonomy in 2001 to clarify the process of learning and revise the matrix with clearer verbs to guide teachers in designing their instructional objectives.
3. Spirn, The Language of Landscape, 15.
4. Spirn, 25.
5. Spirn, 16.
6. Humboldt quoted in Alice Ingerson, “What are cultural landscapes?” Institute for Cultural Landscape Studies. http://www.icls.harvard.edu/language/whatare.html. June 2000.
7. Ingerson, “What are cultural landscapes?”
8. Robert Mugerauer in “Language and Environment’, Dwelling, Place and Environment, 59.
9. Cozzens in Mugerauer, 53.
10. Bradford in Mugerauer , 61. Mugerauser points out the contrast between Cozzens and the Puritans and gives other examples of how the same landscape can carry quite different meanings and memories.
11. Joseph Grange in “Place, Body, Situation”, Dwelling, Place and Environment, 71.
12. Spirn, 25.
13. Sue Gibson and Roberta McKay, “What Constructivist Theory And Brain Research May Offer Social Studies” Available at http://www.quasar.ualberta.ca/css/Css_35_4/ARconstructionist_theory.htm (May 24, 2005).
14. The Cultural Landscape Foundation: Cultural Landscapes defined. Available at http://www.tclf.org/whatis.htm. (May 21, 2005).
16. Spirn, 15. See Appendix I for some definitions of ‘sense of place’. I think the concepts we list on this map will help students write their poems at the end of class because they will be able to think in a wider field.
17. Helping students think about how they are thinking lets them work out their own strategies for learning.
18. Appendix III contains some suggestions for online image resources.
19. http://www.nps.gov/bela/ National Parks site for the Bering Land Bridge.
20. www.kb.dk/elib/mss/poma/ The transcription of this amazing illustrated 1615 document is now online.
21. Mark Hinelin, “Meanings of sense of place”. Available at http://helix.ucsd.edu/~hineline/IDENTITY/sense.html (May 20, 2005). See also “Sense of Place”. Available at http://envstudies.brown.edu/thesis/2001/james/senseofplace.html (July 25, 2005)