The People and the Bay: A Social and Environmental History of Hamilton Harbour


Trade Paperback, 2016. Non-fiction. Nature/History/Society. McMaster University professors Nancy B. Bouchier and Ken Cruickshank examine the history of the relationship between the people of Hamilton and the Hamilton Harbour (aka Burlington Bay). “This book is a significant addition to the still thin literature on the environmental history of Canadian cities . . . The People and the Bay offers important perspectives on the challenges involved in trying to grasp and mark the significance of environmental and social change in Canada and beyond.” (from the forward by Graeme Wynn). Price includes GST.

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