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'Our society lacks consistently defined attitudes towards the black bear': The History of Black Bear Hunting and Management in Ontario, 1912-1987

@inproceedings{Commito2015OurSL,
  title={'Our society lacks consistently defined attitudes towards the black bear': The History of Black Bear Hunting and Management in Ontario, 1912-1987},
  author={Michael Commito},
  year={2015}
}
iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS iv INTRODUCTION 1 CHAPTER 1: Walking Contradictions: Managing Ontario’s Black Bears, 1914-1941 34 CHAPTER 2: ‘The black bear is the most destructive animal’: The Bounty Years, 1941-1960 78 CHAPTER 3: ‘Unbearable Bonnets Bad for Bears’: Spring Bear Hunting for the Queen, 1959-1960 121 CHAPTER 4: ‘The bear is a game animal’: Changing Attitudes and BigGame Status, 1961-1970 162 CHAPTER 5: ‘Ontario’s world-famous black bear deserves nothing than the most modern management’: The… Expand

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