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BC Studies #101 (Spring 1994)
The First Nations in British Columbia
"These Rascally Spackaloids": The Rise of Gispaxlots Hegemony at Fort Simpson, 1832-40 (pg: 41-78) by Jonathan R. Dean
(Vancouver) (Port Simpson) (legaic) (Hudson's Bay Company) (fur trade) (aboriginal people)
A Tribute to Dr. Margaret Ormsby (pg: 136) by Editors
(Ormsby, Margaret Anchoretta)
- Social and Regional Factors in Canadian English: A Study of Phonological Variables and Grammatical Items in Ottawa and Vancouver by Gaelan Dodds de Wolf
—Reviewed by Bernard Saint-Jacques (pgs: 118-21)
- British Columbia Reconsidered: Essays on Women by Gillian Creese, Veronica Strong-Boag
—Reviewed by Wendy Mitchinson (pgs: 121-3)
- Law for the Elephant, Law for the Beaver: Essays in the Legal History of the North American West by John McLaren, Hamar Foster, Chet Orloff
—Reviewed by Tina Loo (pgs: 123-6)
- Community, Environment and Health: Geographic Perspectives by Michael V. Hayes, Leslie T. Foster, Harold D. Foster
—Reviewed by Jody Decker (pgs: 126-8)
- Cannibal Tours and Glass Boxes: The Anthropology of Museums by Michael M. Ames
—Reviewed by Douglas Cole (pgs: 128-32)
- The Alaska Highway in World War II: The U.S. Army of Occupation in Canada's Northwest by Kenneth Coates, William R. Morrison
—Reviewed by (pgs: 132-4)
Robert Boyd is an anthropologist living in Portland, Oregon. He is a contributor to such publications as Ethnohistory, Oregon Historical Quarterly, and the Smithsonian Institution's Handbook of North American Indians, volume 7.
Jonathan Dean holds a Ph.D. in International History from the University of Chicago. His research interests concern the informal diplomacy between the Hudson's Bay Company, the Russian American Company, and the First Nations of the North Pacific Coast.
Robert S. Hogg teaches in the Department of Anthropology, University of Victoria and is also affiliated with the British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver.
Duane Thomson is a member of the Department of History, Okanagan University College, Kelowna.
Bibliography of British Columbia
Prepared by Melva J. Dwyer