Ted Binnema is a professor of history at the University of Northern British Columbia. Susan Neylan is an associate professor of history at Wilfrid Laurier University.
Maps Introduction / Ted Binnema and Susan Neylan 1 Arthur J. Ray and the Writing of Aboriginal History / Ted Binnema and Susan Neylan 2 Rupert's Land, Nituskeenan, Our Land: Cree and English Naming and Claiming around the Dirty Sea / Jennifer S.H. Brown 3 Echo of the Crane: Tracing Anishnawbek and Metis Title to Bawating (Sault Ste. Marie) / Victor P. Lytwyn 4 Compact, Contract, Covenant: The Evolution of Indian Treaty Making / J.R. Miller 5 Smallpox along the Frontier of the Plains Borderlands at the Turn of the Twentieth Century / Jody Decker 6 Mapping the New El Dorado: The Fraser River Gold Rush and the Appropriation of Native Space / Daniel Marshall 7 Innovation, Tradition, Colonialism, and Aboriginal Fishing Conflicts in the Lower Fraser Canyon / Keith Thor Carlson 8 Meanings of Mobility on the Northwest Coast / Paige Raibmon 9 "Choose Your Flag": Perspectives on the Tsimshian Migration from Metlakatla, British Columbia, to New Metlakatla, Alaska, 1887 / Susan Neylan 10 Gitxsan Law and Settler Disorder: The Skeena "Uprising" of 1888 / R.M. Galois 11 Arthur J. Ray and the Empirical Opportunity / Cole Harris Contributors Index