1. Legacies from the Wilderness -- Pt. I. The Rise of Commercial Fishing, 1800-1893. 2. Lake Ontario Salmon in an Early Agricultural-Commercial Economy. 3. Patterns of Growth through 1872. 4. The Expansive Heyday, 1875-1893. 5. A. Booth and Company Bids for Great Lakes Dominance. 6. Fishers of the Great Lakes, 1850-1893. 7. The Fishers and the Fish -- Pt. II. Great Lakes Waters in a Developing Drainage Basin, 1815-1900. 8. Agriculture, Lumbering, Mining, and the Changing Fish Habitat. 9. Commerce, Community Growth, Industrial-Urban Development, and the Changing Fish Habitat. 10. The Fish React: Changing Species in Changing Waters -- Pt. III. Policy Makers and the Great Lakes Fisheries, 1801-1896. 11. The First Regulators: The Provinces and the States. 12. Changing Ideas: The United States and the Great Lakes Fishery. 13. Canada's Regulated Fishery, 1868-1888. 14. Charles Hibbert Tupper and the New Broom, 1888-1896. 15. To Save the Fish: The Crisis of the 1890s and the Canadian-American Joint Commission of 1892 -- Pt. IV. Toward Lamprey Eve: The Great Lakes Fisheries, 1896-1933. 16. Commercial Fishing: From Prosperity to Recession. 17. Policy Makers and the Ever-Widening Stain. 18. Public Policy and the Declining Fish Resource. 19. The End of an Era. 20. Reflections
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