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BC Studies #99 (Autumn 1993)
Changing Times: British Columbia Archaeology in the 1980's
The Pender Canal Excavations and the Development of Coast Salish Culture (pg: 25-52) by Roy L. Carlson, Philip M. Hobler
(Salish) (Pender Island) (archaeology) (aboriginal people) (aboriginal culture)
Knut Fladmark is an archaeologist at Simon Fraser University. A leading authority on the archaeology of British Columbia, he was guest editor of Fragments of the Past: British Columbia Archaeology in the 1970s, BG STUDIES, Winter 1980-81, No. 48.
Brian Apland is Director of the Archaeology Branch, Ministry of Small Business, Tourism and Culture.
Roy Carlson, a former member of BC STUDIES' editorial board, and guest editor of its first special issue on archaeology, Archaeology in British Columbia: New Discoveries, Fall-Winter 1970, Nos. 6-7, teaches archaeology at Simon Fraser University.
Philip M. Hobler is a member of the Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University.
Gary Coupland teaches in the Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto.
Jonathan C. Driver is currently chairman of the Department of Archaeology at Simon Fraser University.
Brian Hayden is a member of the Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University.
Jim Spafford is a graduate student in the Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University.
Mike Rousseau is head of Antiquus Archaeological Consultants Ltd., Maple Ridge, B.C.
Arnoud H. Stryd is head of Consulting Archaeologists Ltd., Coquitlam, B.C.
Morley Eldridge is an archaeologist with Millenia Research, Sidney, B.C.
Bibliography of British Columbia
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