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Boston's harbor is an example of the interaction of culture and the environment. How did citizens of Boston change the harbor to meet their needs? How did the harbor influence Boston's culture?
Weegy: Boston Harbor has been a major factor in shaping Boston’s growth, development, [ and sustained influence and significance in New England and the Nation.The years of neglect and overuse of Boston Harbor resulted in a serious decline in its water quality; a major cleanup effort is fostering the Harbor’s renewal and revitalization, making it once again a focal point for the city and region; the Boston Harbor Islands support invaluable natural resources, rare in urban settings, including fresh and salt water marshes, dunes, woodlands, ledges and cliffs, and habitat for wildlife and numerous bird species;Boston Harbor and its islands contain important archaeological sites and underwater archaeological resources which chronicle the use and settlement of the Harbor by Native Americans from at least 9,000 years ago until the 17th century;the Boston Harbor Islands offer abundant opportunities for public education on society’s attempts to deal with urban problems and to protect the ecological health of the Harbor. ] (More)
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Despite external influences, cultures don't change. True or False
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