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Table of Contents for
The Nature of Empires and the Empires of Nature, edited by Karl S. Hele

Preface | Karl S. Hele

Acknowledgements

1. Introduction: A Meditation on Environmental History | John MacKenzie

2. Tricky Medicine: Something Old for Something New | Heather Marie Annis

3. Rediscovering Relationships | Alesha Jane Breckenridge

4. Learning to Relate: Environmental and Place-Based Education in Northern Ontario | Lori-Beth Hallock

5. Bridging Academia and Indigenous Environmental Science: Is It Too Late? | Brian Rice

6. Empire Revisited: The Convenant Chain of Silver, Land Policy, and the Proclamation of 1763 in the Great Lakes Region, 1760–1800 | Karen J. Travers

7. Lines on the Land: Surveying Townships after the 1790 Treaty | Rhonda Telford

8. Poisoning the Serpent: The Effects of the Uranium Industry on the Serpent River First Nation, 1953–1988 | Lianne C. Leddy

9. Divided Spaces, Divided Stories: Animal Control Programs in Canada’s Indigenous Communities | Maureen Riche

10. First Nations Diasporas in Canada: A Case of Recognition | María Cristina Manzano-Munguía

11. Assessing Environmental Health Risks through Collaborative Research and Oral Histories: The Water Quality Issue at Walpole Island First Nation | Christianne V. Stephens and Regna Darnell

12. Landscape and Mindscape Conjoined: The Empire of Nature and the Nature of Empires in the Journals of Ezhaaswe (William A. Elias) (c.1848–1929) | David T. McNab

13. A World of Beauty: The Spirits within Nature in the Writings of Louise Erdrich | Ute Lischke

14. Settler Narrative and Indigenous Resistance in The Baldoon Mystery | Rick Fehr

15. The Great Indian Bus Tour: Mapping Toronto’s Urban First Nations Oral Tradition | Jon Johnson

Bibliography

The Contributors

Index