Protecting Ontario's wilderness : a history of changing ideas and preservation politics, 1927-1973 /
George M. Warecki.
New York : Peter Lang, c2000.
ix, 334 p. : maps ; 24 cm.
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New York : Peter Lang, c2000.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgmentsp. vii
Introduction: Why Wilderness?p. 1
The Era of Quiet Diplomacyp. 15
The Quetico-Superior Council and the Multiple Use Concept of Wilderness (1927-1960)p. 17
"Wilderness For Its Own Sake": The Federation of Ontario Naturalists and the Concept of Sanctuary (1931-1963)p. 51
The Environmental Erap. 91
Introduction to Part Twop. 93
The "Ontario Awakening": Wilderness and the Ecological Conscience (1960-1967)p. 101
Douglas Pimlott, the Preservationists, and Provincial Park Policy (1965-1967)p. 131
The Formation of an Interest Group: The Algonquin Wildlands League (1968)p. 149
The Evolution of a Wilderness Philosophy (1969-1973)p. 183
The Dynamics of Public Planning: The Algonquin Wildlands League and the "Average Man's Wilderness" (1968-1974)p. 213
Multiple Use Reconsidered: Bruce Litteljohn, the Quetico Foundation, and Changing Wilderness Values (1958-1969)p. 253
Quetico: Let It Be (1969-1973)p. 275
Conclusion: Wilderness and Society in Ontariop. 311
A Note on Sourcesp. 317
List of Abbreviationsp. 323
Indexp. 325
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