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L'Acadie Trouvée: Mapping, Geographic Knowledge, and Imagining Northeastern North America, 1710-1763
From the British capture of Port Royal in 1710 to the end of the Seven Years’ War, imperial borders in northeastern North America were highly uncertain and vigorously contested. The British “conquest” of Acadia was not ...
BEYOND THE DUTY TO CONSULT: COMPARING ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN THREE ABORIGINAL COMMUNITIES IN CANADA
First Nations in Canada have long struggled to participate effectively in resource development decisions. In 2004, the Supreme Court established that the federal and provincial governments of Canada have a duty to consult ...
Changing Political and Cultural Realms in the Upper Great Lakes, 1826: a Case-study of the Influential “Oode” (or family) of Jane Johnston Schoolcraft
This thesis explores the homestead and social life of the Jane Johnston Schoolcraft's family circle in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan throughout 1826. This metis family was both ordinary and exceptional. Like the French Métis ...