High Lean Country: Land, People and Memory in New England

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • List of Contributors v
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • South of My Days xiii
  • Note on Aboriginal Language Names xv
  • Prelude Uplands Always Attract 1
  • Chapter 1 - What Is New England? 10
  • Part 1- Pysical Environment 21
  • Chapter 2 - The Rocks beneath 23
  • Chapter 3 - Sunshine, Snow, Wind and Rain 35
  • Chapter 4 - Wildlife 44
  • Chapter 5 - The Vegetated Landscape 57
  • Chapter 6 - Land and Livelihood 69
  • Part 2- First Peoples 79
  • Chapter 7 - Seeing Red- Musings on Rock Art 81
  • Chapter 8 - Aboriginal Archaeology 88
  • Chapter 9 - The Frontier 98
  • Chapter 10 - Aboriginal People and Pastoralism 111
  • Chapter 11 - Aborigines and Citizens 122
  • Part 3- Newcoment 135
  • Chapter 12 - Passing through 137
  • Chapter 13 - Colonial Settlement 148
  • Chapter 14 - Homesteads 160
  • Chapter 15 - Schools 171
  • Chapter 16 - Religious Life 184
  • Chapter 17 - Twentieth-Century Immigrants 196
  • Chapter 18 - Travelling and Communicating 209
  • Chapter 19 - Enterprise and Ingenuity 221
  • Chapter 20 - Politics 1 233
  • Chapter 21 - War and Its Memories 245
  • Chapter 22 - The Archaeology of the New Peoples 253
  • Chapter 23 - Collecting and Presenting the Past 263
  • Part 4- Reparsentations 277
  • Chapter 24 - Imagining New England 279
  • Chapter 25 - A University Becoming 291
  • Chapter 26 - Stories and Prose 296
  • Chapter 27 - Music 308
  • Chapter 28 - Theatre 319
  • Chapter 29 - Film 333
  • Chapter 30 - Visual Arts 344
  • Epilogue - ‘A High Lean Country / Full of Old Stories’ 355
  • EndNotes 363
  • Index 409
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