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Battisti, Michele, Jane Friesen, and Brian Krauth. “English as a Second Dialect: Policy and Achievement of Aboriginal Students in British Columbia,” Canadian Public Policy 2, no. 40 (2014): 182-92.

Journal Articles education Indigenous

Beattie, Owen, et al. “The Kwaday Dan Ts'Inchi Discovery From a Glacier in British Columbia,” Canadian Journal of Archaeology 24, no. 1-2 (2000): 129-147.

Journal Articles archaeology Indigenous

Beck, David, and Thom Hess, as told by Martha Williams Lamont, Elizabeth Charles Krise, Edward Sam, and Agnes Jules James. Tellings from our Elders: Lushotseed syəyəhub. Volume I: Snohomish Texts.. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2014. 616 pp. 9780774823555.

Books and Chapters in Books Indigenous literature

Bens, Jonas. ““Rooted Legal Pluralism” and its Culturalized Boundaries: Delgamuukw v. British Columbia.” In The Indigenous Paradox: Rights, Sovereignty, and Culture in the Americas. Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights, 85-112. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2020. 280 pp. 9780812252309 (hc).

Books and Chapters in Books colonialism Indigenous law

Bernick, Katherine. “People-Wetland Interaction in Canada.” In The Oxford Handbook of Wetlands Archaeology. ed. by: Francisco Menotti and Aidan O’Sullivan, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2013. 1,088 pp.

Books and Chapters in Books archaeology Indigenous

Bernick, Kathryn. “A site catchment and analysis of the Little Qualicum River site, DiSc 1: a wet site on the east coast of Vancouver Island, B.C..” In Mercury series, Ottawa: National Museum of Man, 1983. 368.

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