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The Greater Gulf Essays on the Environmental History of the Gulf of St Lawrence

By: Claire Elizabeth Campbell(Editor), Edward MacDonald(Editor), Brian Payne(Editor)
384 pages, 8 photos
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The largest estuary in the world, the Gulf of St Lawrence is defined broadly by an ecology that stretches from the upper reaches of the St Lawrence River to the Gulf Stream, and by a web of influences that reach from the heart of the continent to northern Europe. For more than a millennium, the gulf's strategic location and rich marine resources have made it a destination and a gateway, a cockpit and a crossroads, and a highway and a home.

From Vinland the Good to the novels of Lucy Maud Montgomery, the Gulf has haunted the Western imagination. A transborder collaboration between Canadian and American scholars, The Greater Gulf represents the first concerted exploration of the environmental history – marine and terrestrial – of the Gulf of St Lawrence. Contributors tell many histories of a place that has been fished, fought over, explored, and exploited. The essays' defining themes resonate in today's charged atmosphere of quickening climate change as they recount stories of resilience played against ecological fragility, resistance at odds with accommodation, considered versus reckless exploitation, and real, imagined, and imposed identities.

Reconsidering perceptions about borders and the spaces between and across land and sea, The Greater Gulf draws attention to a central place and part of North Atlantic and North American history.

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Claire Elizabeth Campbell is professor of history at Bucknell University and author of Nature, Place, and Story: Rethinking Historic Sites in Canada.

Edward MacDonald is professor of history at the University of Prince Edward Island and co-editor of Time and a Place: An Environmental History of Prince Edward Island.

Brian Payne is professor of history and Canadian studies at Bridgewater State University.

- Rainer Baehre (Memorial University of newfoundland)
- Jack Bouchard (Folger Institute)
- Claire Campbell (Bucknell University)
- Caitlin Charman (Memorial University of newfoundland)
- Jack Little (Simon Fraser University)
- Edward MacDonald (University of Prince Edward Island)
- Matthew McKenzie (Connecticut University)
- Suzanne Morton (McGill University)
- Brian Payne (Bridgewater State University)
- John G. Reid (St. Mary's University)
- Daniel Soucier (University of Maine)

By: Claire Elizabeth Campbell(Editor), Edward MacDonald(Editor), Brian Payne(Editor)
384 pages, 8 photos
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"Environmental historians, historians of Atlantic Canada and New England, and Canadian historians will find much of value in these pages. The essays are clear and engaging."
– Kurt Korneski, Memorial University of Newfoundland

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