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BC Studies #97 (Spring 1993)
Cultural History in British Columbia
- Pacific Salmon Life Histories by L. Margolis, C. Groot
—Reviewed by Lionel Johnson (pgs: 72-4)
- Water in Sustainable Development: Exploring Our Common Future in the Fraser River Basin (Vol. 2) by Julian R. Griggs, Anthony H. J. Dorcey
—Reviewed by Mark Sproule-Jones (pgs: 74-7)
- A Time of Gathering: Native Heritage in Washington State by Robin K. Wright
—Reviewed by Bruce G. Miller (pgs: 77-9)
- The Voyage of Sutil and Mexicana, 1792: The Last Spanish Exploration of the Northwest Coast of America by John Kendrick
—Reviewed by Rick Hendricks (pgs: 79- 81)
- Demon Rum or Easy Money: Government Control of Liquor in British Columbia from Prohibition to Privatization by Robert A. Campbell
—Reviewed by Stephen G. Tomblin (pgs: 81-2)
- The Collected Poetry of Malcolm Lowry by Kathleen Scherf
—Reviewed by Sherrill Grace (pgs: 82-4)
- Vancouver's Chinatown: Racial Discourse in Canada, 1875-1980 by Kay J. Anderson
—Reviewed by Timothy J. Stanley (pgs: 84-7)
- British Columbia Local Histories: A Bibliography by Linda L. Hale, Jean Barman
—Reviewed by Robert A. Campbell (pgs: 87-9)
Douglas Cole, an historian at Simon Fraser University, is co-author of An Iron Hand Upon the People: The Law Against the Potlatch on the Northwest Coast.
Christine Mullins, an historical researcher, is the author of Russell & DuMoulin: The First Century, published in 1989.
Sheryl Salloum is an independent scholar. In 1987 she published Malcolm Lowry: Vancouver Days. She is currently writing John Vanderpant's biography.
Richard Lane is editor of the newly established Parenthesis: Journal of Theory and New Literatures.
Bibliography of British Columbia
Prepared by Melva J. Dwyer, Librarian Emerita, University of British Columbia