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The Principle of Tsawalk: An Indigenous Approach to Global Crisis

Do the theories and worldviews of the Enlightenment unfold all there is to know about reality? Can the political relationships between Canadians and Indigenous peoples be mended solely through Eurocentric remedies? Can settler Canadians and...

Review by Damien Lee


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Orienting Canada: Race, Empire and the Transpacific

The history of Canada’s Pacific relations has long been a neglected subject. The general consensus was that Pacific relations were not central to understanding the history of the country and its place in the world....

Review by Laura Madokoro


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The Canadian Indian: The illustrated story of the great tribes of Canada

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 4, Spring 1970

Review by Michael Kew


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Where the Pavement Ends

Marie Wadden is a non-Aboriginal investigative journalist/network producer for CBC Radio who is based in St. John’s, Newfoundland. In 1981, she shared her home with two Innu youth who came to the city from Sheshatshiu,...

Review by Shelly Johnson


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The Last Best West: An Exploration of Myth, Identity and Quality of Life in Western Canada

The Last Best West is an eclectic collection of chapters based loosely on the meaning and mythology of the advertising slogan used by the Canadian government around the turn of the twentieth century to attract...

Review by Ken Favrholdt


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Yip Sang and the First Chinese Canadians

Francis Hern’s Yip Sang and the First Chinese Canadians is the biography of a prominent merchant in Vancouver’s Chinatown in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The story begins with Yip Sang’s arrival in...

Review by LiLynn Wan


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Yorke Island and the Uncertain War: Defending Canada’s Western Coast during WWII

The Second World War is fading from living memory, and military veterans of that conflict are now rare. Their average age is 87. Given this situation, the author and Danny Brown, a Campbell River Museum...

Review by Peter Moogk


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Canada’s Urban Past: A Bibliography to 1980 and Guide to Canadian Urban Studies

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 54, Summer 1982  

Review by R. MacDonald


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Edenbank: The Story of a Canadian Pioneer Farm

ALLEN WELLS, who came west from Upper Canada for the gold rush, stayed to farm, establishing Edenbank, one of the earliest and largest farms in the Chilliwack Valley. As new settlers arrived, he encouraged “the...

Review by Morag Maclachlan


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Chasing the Comet: A Scottish Canadian Life

ALTHOUGH HIS NAME does not appear in the tide, this book follows the eventful career of David Cadlow, who was born in Dundrennan, Ayrshire, but spent most of his life contributing to the development of...

Review by Michael Vance


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Fish versus Power: An Environmental History of the Fraser River

IN CIRCLES WHERE SALMON management gets debated, the Fraser River looms large because it helps drive a neat syllogism, which goes something like this: Columbia River runs imploded because American scientists supported a massive dam-building...

Review by Joseph Taylor


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The Canadian Sansei

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 121, Spring 1999  

Review by Midge Ayukawa


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A History of Canadian Architecture, Volumes I and II

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 110, Summer 1996  

Review by Christopher Thomas


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The Atlas of U.S. and Canadian Environmental History

PDF – Wynn Review Essay, BC Studies 142/143, Summer/Autumn 2004

Review by Graeme Wynn


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Nikkei in the Pacific Northwest: Japanese Americans and Japanese Canadians in the Twentieth Century

This long-awaited book emerged from a May 2000 conference entitled “The Nikkei Experiences in the Pacific Northwest.” The conference was organized by the Department of History at the University of Washington (UW) in conjunction with...

Review by Yuko Shibata


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The Burden of History: Colonialism and the Frontier Myth in a Rural Canadian Community

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 128, Winter 2000  

Review by Jo-Anne Fiske


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Nicholas Morant’s Canadian Pacific

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 127, Autumn 2000  

Review by Wallace Chung


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Labouring the Canadian Millennium: Writings on Work and Workers, History and Historiography

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 133, Spring 2002

Review by Robert Campbell


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Challenging the Conspiracy of Silence: My Life as a Canadian Gay Activist

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 136, Winter 2002  

Review by Becki Ross