By: Ken Drushka
97 pages, B/w photos, charts, maps
The ten forest regions of Canada are examined, looking at how the human use of these forests has changed from the end of the last glacial period (10,000 years ago) to the present time.
Drushka has done an admirable job of synthesizing the material in a way that will be of value to a general readership. I am impressed with the way [his] account addresses main themes in Canadian history; it should serve well as an introduction to Canadian forest history. Richard Rajala, Department of History, University of Victoria
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