Nobody here will harm youimountain viewsi hamilton sanatorium 1955p pwith this quote shawn selway begins his thorough investigation of the evacuation of 1274 inuit and cree sufferers of tuberculosis from the eastern arctic to mountain sanatorium in hamilton ontario from 1950 to 1965 selway considers not only the political culture and the systemic racism within that culture in which . Books nobody here will harm you mass medical evacuation from the eastern arctic 1950 1965 joanna decosse canadas history summer 2017 issue his thoughtful yet accessible study peppered with visual and textual references to archival research and records will capture the attention of readers who are interested by this lesser known but significant episode in canadan history. Nobody here will harm you investigates the mass medical evacuation of thousands of people from indigenous communities in the arctic to southern hospitals and sanatoriums in cities such as hamilton in the mid twentieth century. Shawn selway has written a thoughtful and in many places disturbing account of the policies and ensuing actions taken by canadian leaders to control the tuberculosis epidemic in the eastern arctic over a thousand inuit and cree were evacuated to mountain sanatorium in hamilton ontario between 1950 and 1965. Title nobody here will harm you mass medical evacuation from the eastern arctic 1950 1965 format paperback product dimensions 280 pages 897 x 6 x 06 in shipping dimensions 280 pages 897 x 6 x 06 in published october 18 2016 publisher wolsak and wynn publishers ltd language english
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