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Isabel Lockhart

ISABEL LOCKHART is a PhD candidate in English at Princeton, working on contemporary fiction and resource extraction across settler colonies. She is from the UK, and currently lives in Philadelphia.

Little Caughnawaga

Mohawks have been involved in the iron and steel industry since the end of the nineteenth century, when the Canadian Pacific Railroad sought to offset encroachments into reserve land by employing men from Kahnawake territory in the construction of a cantilever bridge across the St. Lawrence River.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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