Community and Frontier TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgements

Tables, Maps, and Illustrations

Introduction

Ch 1: Beginnings: Imperial Ideology and Peasant Imaginings

Ch 2: Settlement: Farm Families and a New Environment

Ch 3: Proving Up and Working Out: Women, Men, and Government Officials

Ch 4: Infrastructure and Communications: Linking a Colony to an Empire

Ch 5: The Development of Commerce: Ethnic and Class Relations and Colonial Economics

Ch 6: Health: From Folk Medicine to Mission Hospital

Ch 7: Education: Charting Paths Beyond the Farm

Ch 8: Colonizing Stuartburn: Religion, Culture, and Identity

Ch 9: Local Disorder and the Metropolitan Reach

Conclusion

Notes

Bibliography

Index

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