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Foreword: Troubles with Nature / Graeme Wynn Introduction 1 Wild by Law: Animals, People, and the State to 1945 2 Make Way for Wildlife: Colonization, Resistance, and Transformation 3 The Dominion of Father Goose: Local Knowledge and Wildlife Conservation 4 The Hudson's Bay Company and Scientific Conservation 5 Buffalo Burgers and Reindeer Steak: Government Wildlife Conservation in Postwar Canada 6 Predators and Postwar Conservation 7 From Wildlife to Wild Places Conclusion Photo Essay Notes Bibliography Index
Tina Loo is an associate professor in the Department of History at the University of British Columbia.
Loo uses the history of Canadian wildlife conservation as a lens through which to view the changing attitude of Canadians to wildlife in the twentieth century ... It is this kind of reassessment that makes States of Nature such a welcome addition to the literature on wildlife conservation. -- Bill Waiser * The Beaver *