How do you observe that imperative in the works of Church and Dvorak? Are they merely reflecting that imperative, or are they leading it?

Write a paragraph in response to each of the following questions. Be sure to indicate the assignment number and your name at the top of your paper (or the TA will have trouble giving you credit). Congress’ first major action to preserve wilderness was to grant the Yosemite Valley to the State of California for the establishment of a state park. Given that history, why did Congress decide to make Yellowstone a national park? How do you think public lands policy in the West would have worked out differently if Yellowstone had become a statepark (and Yosemite remained a state park)?Thoreau, Samuel Hammond, Thomas Cole, James Fennimore Cooper, and others arrived at the conclusion that there needed to be some sort of “compromise” between wilderness and civilization. Describe some of their ideas about how to achieve that compromise. What do you think of those ideas?What nationalistic impulses do you observe in the Roosevelt speech?How do the scientific principles outlined by Humboldt underlie the late 19th century cultural imperative to preserve wilderness?How do you observe that imperative in the works of Church and Dvorak? Are they merely reflecting that imperative, or are they leading it?

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Frederic Edwin Church (1826–1900) | Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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“Though Church had rarely shared his teacher’s taste for explicit moral and religious allegory in landscape art, he often disclosed both his patriotism and his piety.”

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