Description

Who Controls the Hunt?

First Nations, Treaty Rights, and Wildlife Conservation in Ontario, 1783-1939

David Calverley

  • Published: 2018. Paperback October 2018
  • Subject Listing: Native American and Indigenous Studies; Environmental Studies; History / Canadian History
  • Bibliographic information: 224 pp., 1 map, 6 x 9 in.
  • Territorial rights: US rights only
  • Distributed for: UBC Press
  • Contents

David Calverley teaches history in Toronto.
Contents
Foreword / Graeme Wynn
Introduction

1. First Nations Hunting Activity in Upper Canada and the Robinson Treaties, 1783-1850
2. Ontario's Game Laws and First Nations, 1800-1905
3. First Nations, the Game Commission, and Indian Affairs, 1892-1909
4. Traders, Trappers, and Bureaucrats: The Hudson's Bay Company and Wildlife Conservation in Ontario, 1892-1916
5. The Transitional Indian: Duncan Campbell Scott and the Game Act, 1914-20
6. R. v. Padjena: Local Pressure and Treaty Hunting Rights in Ontario, 1925-31
7. R. v. Commanda, 1937-39

Epilogue
Appendices
Notes
Bibliography
Index
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