Details the ways that Canadian and United States governments used boarder surveillance, extradition, and deprivation (of access to family and home communities; of intergenerational material wealth) to police interracial unions, adultery/non-marital cohabitation, bigamy, polygamy, divorce, illegitimate children, child stealing, and abortion, and other acts deemed sexually deviant.
Canadian Historical Review, vol. 98, no. 1, March 2018, pp. 30-62
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