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From the Publisher"Easy to digest for a non-technical reader. . . . Remarkably complete."
— Natural Areas Journal
"A welcomed addition on an important topic. . . . Should be required reading for anyone interested in the history of conservation in the South."
— Georgia Historical Quarterly
"A history of the southeast, an informative natural history, and a paean to a beautiful tree."
— Southeastern Naturalist
"Lawrence Earley's Looking for Longleaf is such an engaging book that I read it straight through from prologue to epilogue."
Dave Egan, Ecological Restoration
"Richly detailed, impeccably researched and at times controversial: this merits a place alongside Bartram in the library devoted to the South."
Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"A fine, informative read for anyone interested in acquiring a general understanding of this interesting forest ecosystem."
"The decline of the longleaf pine is a complex story, well and thoroughly told by Earley."
"This is the definitive book on longleaf pine. For people curious about biology and history, it is fascinating."