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Volume 44, Number 1, Winter 2010

Table of Contents

Aboriginal Gillnet Fishers, Science, and the State: Salmon Fisheries Management on the Nass and Skeena Rivers, British Columbia, 1951-1961

pp. 5-35

Looking at Animals, Encountering Mystery: The Wild Animal Stories of Ernest Thompson Seton and Charles G.D. Roberts

pp. 36-59

Margaret Laurence's Correspondence with Imperial Oil: An Anti-Imperialist at Work

pp. 60-74

"The Silent Flag in the New Fallen Snow": Sara Jeannette Duncan and the Legacy of the South African War

pp. 75-90

Nineteenth-Century English-Canadian Anthologies and the Making of a National Literature

pp. 91-117

A nayer landshaft. Présences du paysage canadien dans la littérature yiddish montréalaise

pp. 118-136

Rickson Outhet: Bringing the Olmsted Legacy to Canada. A Romantic View of Nature in the Metropolis and the Hinterland

pp. 137-183

A Pilgrim Forever: The Life and Thought of Albert Smythe

pp. 184-205


Emancipation as Oppression: The Marshall Decision and Self-Government

pp. 206-220

Book Review

Who Do We Think We Are?: Writings on Citizenship and Identity in the Early Twenty-first Century

pp. 221-228



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