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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 21, SUMMER, 1987

Louis T Milic: Editorial, 3

The North Coast?

James and Susan Borchert: The Bird's Nest, 4

The making of an ethnic urban village

Ethna Carroll: Fiction: The Mortal Cauliflower, 14

Special Section The Great Lakes

Michael J. Tevesz Samuel M. Savin: Lake Shores in Retreat, 21

Interference with natural erosion could cause worse problems

Michael T Gavin: The Great Lakes Exposition of 1936, 37

Fifty years ago, Cleveland's lakefront was a spectacular showplace

Alan MacDougall: Inland Sailor: Poems and Photographs, 44

Thirteen years on the ore boats

Kristin Blumberg: Proton Decay, 51

Scientists wait 2000 feet underground to witness an event that may never take place

Emily Cain: Lake Ontario's Time Capsule, 59

Sunken ships miraculously preserved since 1812

Thomas Lewis: The Making of Lake Erie, 64

How glaciers carved out Cleveland's watery neighbor

Timothy Runyan: Redeveloping the Cleveland Lakefront, 74

The Inner Harbor project struggles to a start

Oliver C. Schroeder, Jr.: Antarctica: New Laws for a New Land, 81

The Antarctica treaty. A model of international cooperation, is due for renewal

Publication Date

Summer 1987

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Life Sciences | Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Gamut: A Journal of Ideas and Information, No. 21, Summer 1987

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