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<h2>Contents</h2> List of Illustrations 000 List of Tables 000 Foreword by John Herd Thompson 000 Preface 000 Acknowledgments 000 Duty-Free: An Introduction to the Practice of Regional History along the Forty-ninth Parallel Thomas D. Isern and R. Bruce Shepard 000 Part 1. Defining the Region, Defining the Border 000 1. The Case for Cross-National and Comparative History: The Northwestern Plains as Bioregion Theodore Binnema 000 2. The Pacific Coast Borderlands and Frontier Leonard J. Evenden and Daniel E. Turbeville III 000 3. Conceptual and Practical Boundaries: West Coast Indians/First Nations on the Border of Contagion in the Post-9/11 Era Bruce Granville Miller 000 Part 2. Colonizing the Borderlands with Trails, the Law, and Ranching 000 4. The Trail to the North in Whoop-Up Country Paul F. Sharp 000 5. Above the Blue Line: Policing the Frontier in the Canadian and American West, 1870-1900 Marian C. McKenna 000 6. Does the Border Matter? Cattle Ranching and the Forty-ninth Parallel Terry G. Jordan-Bychkov 000 7. "Their Own Country": Race, Gender, Landscape, and Colonization around the Forty-ninth Parallel, 1862-1900 Sheila McManus 000 Part 3. Seeking Sanctuary on Both Sides of the Line 000 8. The Border, the Buffalo, and the M¿tis of Montana Gerhard J. Ens 000 9. Crossing the Line: Race, Nationality, and the Deportation of the "Canadian" Crees in the CanadaU.S. Borderlands, 1890-1900 Michel Hogue 000 10. Charles Ora Card and Mormon Settlement on the Northwestern Plains Borderlands Peter S. Morris 000 Part 4. Farming, Industry, and Labor Interactions in the Borderlands 000 11. The Twine Line: Mexican Henequen, U.SCanadian Relations, and Binder Twine in the Northern Plains and Prairie Provinces, 1890-1950 Sterling Evans 000 12. Hoboes across the Border: Itinerant Cross-Border Laborers between Montana and Western Canada Evelyne Stitt Pickett 000 13. "Nature's Garden and a Possible Utopia": Farming for Fruit and Industrious Men in the Transboundary Pacific Northwest, 1895-1914 Jason Patrick Bennett 000 Part 5. Crossing the Medicine Line in the Twentieth Century 14. Refugees from Volstead: Cross-Boundary Tourism in the Northwest during Prohibition Stephen T. Moore 000 15. Hoods across the Border: The Ku Klux Klan and the Far Right in the American and Canadian Wests Eckard V. Toy Jr. 000 16. Fugitives from Injustice: Vietnam War Draft Dodgers and Deserters in British Columbia Ren¿e G. Kasinsky 000 Addendum: Seeking Refuge for Medical Marijuana Use in the Early Twenty-first Century 000 Sterling Evans Part 6. Natural Resources, Conservation, and Environmental Issues in the Borderlands 17. Fishing the Line: Political Boundaries and Border Fluidity in the Pacific Northwest Borderlands, 1880-1930s Lissa Wadewitz 000 18. "The Geology Recognizes No Boundaries": Shifting Borders in Waterton Lakes National Park Catriona Mortimer-Sandilands 000 19. Whoa! Canada: Environmental Issues and Activism along the Alberta-Montana Border Todd Wilkinson 000 Afterword: Comparing Western Borderlands and Their Future Study Sterling Evans 000 Contributors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
United States -- Relations -- Canada.
Canada -- Relations -- United States.
Regionalism -- Northern boundary of the United States.
Regionalism -- West (U.S.).
Regionalism -- Canada, Western.
Northern boundary of the United States -- Social conditions.
West (U.S.) -- Social conditions.
Canada, Western -- Social conditions.
Group identity -- West (U.S.).
Group identity -- Canada, Western.