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Microstructural Features of Teleost Otoliths
We have examined the macro- and microstructural features of teleost otoliths using light and scanning electron microscopy. There is a wide range in otolith morphology within the teleosts with littleExpand
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Reciprocal Work Bees and the Meaning of Neighbourhood
Reciprocal work bees (barn raisings, quiltings, logging bees, etc.) were an integral part of the farm economy and a key component in the structuring, operation, and definition of neighbourhood inExpand
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A New Lease on Life: Landlords, Tenants, and Immigrants in Ireland and Canada
In Part 1 Wilson reconstructs the family circumstances and estate management of two landlords, Stephen Moore, third earl of Mount Cashell, and Major Robert Perceval Maxwell. Each owned severalExpand
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Tenants in Time: Family Strategies, Land, and Liberalism in Upper Canada, 1799-1871
The free holding pioneer is a powerful image in settlement history - "Tenants in Time" tells a different story. Tenancy, though relegated to the periphery by the liberal idealization of ownership,Expand
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Water of Life
'Traditional food east and west of the Pennines' : papers by Peter Brears, Lynette Hunter, Helen Pollard, Jennifer Stead and C. Anne Wilson
Yorkshire pudding and Grasmere gingerbread are two of the better known aspects of the Pennine region's food history, but the Northern English counties of Lancashire, Yorkshire and Cumbria haveExpand
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Hoping for the Best, Preparing for the Worst: Everyday Life in Upper Canada, 1812–1814 by Dorothy Duncan (review)
Francis Gore, who maintained the title during the war years, despite his absence in England. Brock, Sheaffe, and their successors were designated ‘‘Senior Member of the [Executive] Council’’ and theyExpand
Rural Protest on Prince Edward Island: From British Colonization to the Escheat Movement (review)
manages the difficult feat of acknowledging American influences while telling Canadian tales. The first two chapters necessarily deal with Canada in a wider framework, and discuss wildlife law,Expand