restricted access   Volume 46, Number 2, Summer/Autumn 2017

Table of Contents

Contributors/Collaborateurs

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Articles

Wəlastəkwey (Maliseet) Homeland: Waterscapes and Continuity within the Lower St. John River Valley, 1784-1900

pp. 5-34
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How to Win Friends and Trade with People: Southern Inuit, George Cartwright, and Labrador Households, 1763 to 1809

pp. 35-58
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"The school book question is a farce": Free Textbook Provision in Nova Scotia, 1864-1944

pp. 59-87
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De l'ACJA à l'ACJC ou de l'Action nationale à l'Action catholique: associations jeunesse et mobilisations collectives en Acadie, 1908-1942

pp. 88-118
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Sociology by Anthropologists: A Chapter in the History of an Academic Discipline in Newfoundland during the 1960s

pp. 119-142
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Present and Past/Présent et Passé

L'ambivalence acadienne: discours et identité à l'heure de la Confédération

pp. 143-153
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Confederation and Maritime First Nations

pp. 155-176
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Beware the Canadian Wolf: The Maritimes and Confederation

pp. 177-195
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Review Essays/Notes Critiques

Exhuming the Archive: Black Slavery and Freedom in the Maritimes and Beyond

pp. 196-204
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Mémoire et historiographie acadiennes: autour de deux livres

pp. 205-212
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Community Roots, Global Reach: The Hospital as Academic Medical Centre

pp. 213-221
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Critical Museum Theory/Museum Studies in Canada: A Conversation

pp. 223-241
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In Memoriam

Herb Wyile

pp. 242-247
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Herb Wyile

pp. 245-247
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