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New England and the Maritime provinces [electronic resource] : connections and comparisons / edited by Stephen J. Hornsby, John G. Reid.

Contributor(s): Hornsby, Stephen, 1956- | Reid, John G, 1948-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Montreal ; Ithaca : McGill-Queen's University Press, c2005Description: 1 online resource (xii, 411 p.) : ill., maps.ISBN: 9780773528659; 0773528652; 9780773572669 (electronic bk.); 077357266X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Maritime Provinces -- History | New England -- History | Maritime Provinces -- Relations -- New England | New England -- Relations -- Maritime Provinces | Provinces maritimes -- Histoire | Nouvelle-Angleterre -- Histoire | Provinces maritimes -- Relations -- Nouvelle-Angleterre | Nouvelle-Angleterre -- Relations -- Provinces maritimes | Provinces maritimes -- Histoire | Nouvelle-Angleterre -- Histoire | Provinces maritimes -- Relations -- Nouvelle-Angleterre | Nouvelle-Angleterre -- Relations -- Provinces maritimes | New England (Verenigde Staten) | Oost-Canada | Geschichte | Acadia (Kanada) | Kanada | New England | USA | Maritime Provinzen | Neuengland | HISTORY / Canada / General | Geschichte | New England | Maritime ProvincesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: New England and the Maritime provinces.DDC classification: 971.505 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction / Stephen J. Hornsby and John G. Reid -- Pre-European Dawnland: archaeology of the Maritime Peninsula / David Sanger -- Spaces of power in the early modern Northeast / Elizabeth Mancke -- Passamaquoddy identity and the Marshall decision / William Wicken -- New England soldiers in the St. John River Valley, 1758-1760 / Geoffrey Plank -- Before Borderlands: Yankees, British, and the St. John Valley French / B�eatrice Craig -- Comparative economic advantage: Novia Scotia and New England, 1720s-1860s -- Humbert's paradox: the global context of smuggling in the Bay of Fundy / Joshua C. Smith --Variations on a Borderlands theme: nativism and collective violence in Northeastern North American in the mid-nineteenth century / Scott W. See -- Nova Scotia and the American presence: seeking connections without conquest, 1848-1854 / D.A. Sutherland -- The command of money in Shaws' Borderlands, 1859-1887 / Jacques Ferland -- Re-examining the economic underdevelopment of the Maritime provinces: a case study of Portland, Maine, and Saint John, New Brunswick / Robert H. Babcock -- Maine-Maritimes folklore: the Lumberwoods connection / Edward D. Ives -- Canadian and American policy making in response to the first multi-species fisheries crisis in the greater Gulf of Maine Region / Deborah C. Trefts -- More buck for the bang: sporting and the ideology of fish and game management in northern New England and the Maritime provinces, 1870-1900 / Bill Parenteau and Richard W. Judd -- The "Boston States": region, gender, and Maritime out-migration, 1870-1930 / Betsy Beattie -- Borderlands, baselines, and big game: conceptualizing the Northeast as a sporting region / Colin D. Howell -- The epic of greater North America: themes and periodization in North American history / Reginald C. Stuart and M. Brook Taylor -- Peeping through the cracks: seeking connections, comparisons, and understanding in unstable space / Graeme Wynn.
Introduction / Stephen J. Hornsby, John G. Reid -- Pre-European Dawnland: Archaeology of the Maritime Peninsula / David Sanger -- Spaces of Power in the Early Modern Northeast / Elizabeth Mancke -- Passamaquoddy Identity and the Marshall Decision / William Wicken -- New England Soldiers in the St John River Valley, 1758-1760 / Geoffrey Plank -- Before Borderlands: Yankees, British, and the St John Valley French / Beatrice Craig -- Comparative Economic Advantage: Nova Scotia and New England, 1720S-1860S / Julian Gwyn -- Humbert's Paradox: The Global Context of Smuggling in the Bay of Fundy / Joshua C. Smith -- Variations on a Borderlands Theme: Nativism and Collective Violence in Northeastern North America in the Mid-Nineteenth Century / Scott W. See -- Nova Scotia and the American Presence: Seeking Connections Without Conquest, 1848-1854 / D.A. Sutherland -- The Command of Money in Shaws' Borderlands, 1859-1887 / Jacques Ferland -- Re-Examining the Economic Underdevelopment of the Maritime Provinces: A Case Study of Portland, Maine, and Saint John, New Brunswick / Robert H. Babcock -- Maine-Maritimes Folklore: The Lumberwoods Connection / Edward D. Ives -- Canadian and American Policy Making in Response to the First Multi-Species Fisheries Crisis in the Greater Gulf of Maine Region / Deborah C. Trefts -- More Buck for the Bang: Sporting and the Ideology of Fish and Game Management in Northern New England and the Maritime Provinces, 1870-1900 / Bill Parenteau, Richard W. Judd.
Review: "This collection of original essays offers new perspectives on the relationship between New England and the Maritimes, a relationship that has been historically important for centuries and remains crucial to the neighbouring regions. While the main focus is historical, the authors come from a variety of disciplines, including anthropology, geography, folklore, and environmental studies. Comparative methods are used with a careful - though not uncritical - application of the "borderlands" approach."--Jacket.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [315]-406) and index.

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Introduction / Stephen J. Hornsby and John G. Reid -- Pre-European Dawnland: archaeology of the Maritime Peninsula / David Sanger -- Spaces of power in the early modern Northeast / Elizabeth Mancke -- Passamaquoddy identity and the Marshall decision / William Wicken -- New England soldiers in the St. John River Valley, 1758-1760 / Geoffrey Plank -- Before Borderlands: Yankees, British, and the St. John Valley French / B�eatrice Craig -- Comparative economic advantage: Novia Scotia and New England, 1720s-1860s -- Humbert's paradox: the global context of smuggling in the Bay of Fundy / Joshua C. Smith --Variations on a Borderlands theme: nativism and collective violence in Northeastern North American in the mid-nineteenth century / Scott W. See -- Nova Scotia and the American presence: seeking connections without conquest, 1848-1854 / D.A. Sutherland -- The command of money in Shaws' Borderlands, 1859-1887 / Jacques Ferland -- Re-examining the economic underdevelopment of the Maritime provinces: a case study of Portland, Maine, and Saint John, New Brunswick / Robert H. Babcock -- Maine-Maritimes folklore: the Lumberwoods connection / Edward D. Ives -- Canadian and American policy making in response to the first multi-species fisheries crisis in the greater Gulf of Maine Region / Deborah C. Trefts -- More buck for the bang: sporting and the ideology of fish and game management in northern New England and the Maritime provinces, 1870-1900 / Bill Parenteau and Richard W. Judd -- The "Boston States": region, gender, and Maritime out-migration, 1870-1930 / Betsy Beattie -- Borderlands, baselines, and big game: conceptualizing the Northeast as a sporting region / Colin D. Howell -- The epic of greater North America: themes and periodization in North American history / Reginald C. Stuart and M. Brook Taylor -- Peeping through the cracks: seeking connections, comparisons, and understanding in unstable space / Graeme Wynn.

Introduction / Stephen J. Hornsby, John G. Reid -- Pre-European Dawnland: Archaeology of the Maritime Peninsula / David Sanger -- Spaces of Power in the Early Modern Northeast / Elizabeth Mancke -- Passamaquoddy Identity and the Marshall Decision / William Wicken -- New England Soldiers in the St John River Valley, 1758-1760 / Geoffrey Plank -- Before Borderlands: Yankees, British, and the St John Valley French / Beatrice Craig -- Comparative Economic Advantage: Nova Scotia and New England, 1720S-1860S / Julian Gwyn -- Humbert's Paradox: The Global Context of Smuggling in the Bay of Fundy / Joshua C. Smith -- Variations on a Borderlands Theme: Nativism and Collective Violence in Northeastern North America in the Mid-Nineteenth Century / Scott W. See -- Nova Scotia and the American Presence: Seeking Connections Without Conquest, 1848-1854 / D.A. Sutherland -- The Command of Money in Shaws' Borderlands, 1859-1887 / Jacques Ferland -- Re-Examining the Economic Underdevelopment of the Maritime Provinces: A Case Study of Portland, Maine, and Saint John, New Brunswick / Robert H. Babcock -- Maine-Maritimes Folklore: The Lumberwoods Connection / Edward D. Ives -- Canadian and American Policy Making in Response to the First Multi-Species Fisheries Crisis in the Greater Gulf of Maine Region / Deborah C. Trefts -- More Buck for the Bang: Sporting and the Ideology of Fish and Game Management in Northern New England and the Maritime Provinces, 1870-1900 / Bill Parenteau, Richard W. Judd.

"This collection of original essays offers new perspectives on the relationship between New England and the Maritimes, a relationship that has been historically important for centuries and remains crucial to the neighbouring regions. While the main focus is historical, the authors come from a variety of disciplines, including anthropology, geography, folklore, and environmental studies. Comparative methods are used with a careful - though not uncritical - application of the "borderlands" approach."--Jacket.

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