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Author Name:    CRAIG, Beatrice, and Maxime DAGENAIS.

Title:   Land In Between : The Upper St. John Valley from Prehistory to World War One

Publisher:    Tilbury House, Publishers / Maine Acadian Heritage Council / Acadia National Park , Gardiner, ME / Madawaska, ME / Bar Harbor, ME, 2009, ISBN:9780884483199 

Seller ID:   96066

CRAIG, Béatrice, and Maxime DAGENAIS. The Land In Between : The Upper St. John Valley from Prehistory to World War One. With the collaboration of LisaOrnstein & Guy Dubay. Gardiner, ME : Tilbury House, Publishers / Madawaska , ME : The Maine Acadian Heritage Council / Bar Harbor, ME : Acadia National Park and The Saint Croix Island International Historic Site, (July 2009).First Paperback Printing. Pp [i]-xxii,1-442. Illustrated. Maps. Index. Dou ble Column. Large 8vo, illustrated grey card covers. Contents : 1. The Physical Environment. Part One: From Native Frontier to Imperial Borderland. 2.A Native Frontier: The Prehistoric St. John Valley. 3. From Native Frontie r to Imperial Borderland, 1600-1713. 4. From Borderland to Frontier and Back, 1713-83. 5. From Native Hunting Ground to French Village: Madawaska, 1776-90. Part Two: A Disputed Territory. 6. Economy and Population 1785-1845. 7. Ways of Life. 8. How Madawaska Became Part of New Brunswick. 9. How Partof Madawaska Became American. Part Three: Still a Borderland: 1845-73. 10. Territory and Population. 11. Politics and Religion, 1845-67. 12. Educatio n and Postal Services. 13. The Forestry Industry and the International Economy of the Upper St. John River Basin. 14. Agriculture and the Forest Industry: Siamese Twins? 15. How the Consumer Economy Came to Madawaska. 16. Handing Down the Family Farm, 1840-70. Part Four: Capitalism's Bordered Lands,Franco-Catholic Borderland, 1873-1918. 17. The Arrival of the Railroads. 1 8. Communications and Energy for a Modern Age: Bridges, Telephones, Electricity. 19. The Growth of Lumber Manufacturing and the Emergence of Pulp and Paper. 20. The New Agriculture: Potato Crops and Dairy Farms. 21. Urbanization. 22. Tourism.; 23. Public Education, 1870-1914. 24. The Church and Public Welfare. 25. The Acadian Renaissance. 26. Political and Institutional Life, 1875 to World War I. Conclusion. Epilogue: Untold Stories. Appendixes. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. 30.00


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