Historicizing Canadian Anthropology is an examination of the historical development of the field of anthropology in Canada. Twenty-one essays are arranged in themes that address: situating ourselves historically and theoretically; the pre-professional history of Canadian anthropology; locating our subjects; documenting institutional relations; and comparisons and connections. Essays of interest include Iroquoian Archaeology, the Public, and Native Communities in Victorian Ontario; Canadian Anthropology and the Ethnography of Indian Administration; and Commodifying North American Aboriginal Culture: A Canada-U.S. Comparison. The book contains and extensive bibliography and comprehensive index.