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Lecturers look at state’s changing environment

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According to historian Carl A. Brasseaux and cultural geographer Donald Davis, important parts of Louisiana’s natural and human environment have become extinct or are on the road to extinction.

“Disappearing Before Our Eyes” will be the topic when Brasseaux and Davis deliver the closing presentations in Louisiana Tech University’s “Louisiana@200: A Bicentennial Lecture Series.”

The series commemorates the 200th anniversary of Louisiana statehood.

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