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Changing Places examines the process by which a relatively coherent community emerged in the sub-region of Northern Ontario bounded by Timmins, Iroquois Falls, and Matheson. Using archival, oral, and newspaper sources, Kerry Abel offers the only comprehensive history of the area. She rejects traditional sociological and anthropological models about community and identity in favour of a more nuanced interpretation that takes historical process into account.
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Kerry M. Abel is an independent scholar and the author of Drum Songs: Glimpses of Dene History.Review:
"A brilliant integration of theory and historical fact, neatly steering between local historical trivia that is characteristic of many regional works and social scientific abstraction." Matt Bray, history, Laurentian University "I am impressed by the research and perceptive analyses that led Abel to construct a very comprehensive and convincing portrayal of life in The Porcupine." Toby Morantz, anthropology, McGill University
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