BC Studies 91/92 (Autumn/Winter 1991)

BC Studies 91/92 (Autumn/Winter 1991)

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Review (91/92)

Issue BC Studies 91/92 (Autumn/Winter 1991)

by Bruce G. Miller (pgs: 173-84)

  • Handbook of North American Indians: Northwest Coast (volume 7)
    by Wayne Suttles

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Review (91/92)

Issue BC Studies 91/92 (Autumn/Winter 1991)

by Anne Goodfellow (pgs: 185-91)

  • Handbook of North American Indians: Northwest Coast (volume 7)
    by Wayne Suttles

OJS Link


  
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91/92

Claus-M. Naske is Professor and Head, Department of History, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. 

Wendy C. Wickwire is a Canada Research Fellow in the Department of Social and Educational Studies, University of British Columbia. 

Logan W. Hovis is a historian currently employed by the Alaska Regional Office of the U.S. National Park Service. 

Mark Jaccard is an assistant professor and John Nyboer is a doctoral candidate in the National Resource Management (NRM) Program at Simon Fraser University. 

Timo Makinen, a professional engineer and graduate of the NRM Program, is employed by B.C. Hydro. 

J. F. Conley teaches sociology at Trent University. 

Roff Johannson is a Vancouver Businessman. He holds a Ph.D. from the School of Advanced International Studies of The Johns Hopkins University and has taught political science at both Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia. 

Bruce G. Miller teaches anthropology at the University of British Columbia. 

Anne Goodfellow is a doctoral student in anthropology at the University of British Columbia. 

 

 

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Ethnography and Archaeology as Ideology: The Case of the Stein River Valley

Issue BC Studies 91/92 (Autumn/Winter 1991)

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