By Jennifer McGlone and Emily KorteAuthor(s):Emily KortelmanPublisher(s)Hobart UniversityPressReleaseDate:August 6, 2018Contact:Emily KontelmanHoban LibraryThe Devilís Lake Journal is a new book from the Hoban Library.
It covers everything from the history of the Devilís Lakes to the rise of modern tourism in the lakes region and the development of the park system.
The book is based on interviews with the authors, as well as archival material, photographs and archival recordings.
In the first chapter, the authors discuss the evolution of the Lake Devilís and the role tourism has played in the history and evolution of Devilís lakes.
The authors also discuss the role of tourism in preserving the natural beauty of the lakes, as opposed to a recent trend of destruction.
In chapter two, they discuss the development and history of tourism and the importance of tourism to the development, preservation and improvement of the area.
They conclude by looking at the impact of tourism on the development process in the area and on the Devils Lakes itself.
The authors hope the book will stimulate discussion around the history, conservation, and future of the Devils Lake area.
They also recommend that the book be published in both English and in the Hobans language.
For more information on the Devil’s Lakes, visit the Hobart Library’s website.