We acknowledge that we live and work on unceded Indigenous territories and we thank the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations for their hospitality.

Index

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Sun Dogs and Eagle Down: The Indian Paintings of Bill Holm

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 130, Summer 2001  

Review by Aaron Glass


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Northwest Coast Indian Painting: House Fronts and Interior Screens

PDF – Jacknis Review Essay, BC Studies 135, Autumn 2002

Review by Ira Jacknis


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Bill Reid: The Making of an Indian

PDF – Moray Review Essay, BC Studies 146, Summer 2005

Review by Maria Tippett


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Indian Art Traditions of the Northwest Coast

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 63, Autumn 1984  

Review by Andrea Laforet


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Paddling Her Own Canoe: The Times and Texts of Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake)

POET, WRITER, storyteller, spokesperson, performer, actress, performance artist. Pauline Johnson is certainly the most public and popular writer that nineteenth-century Canada produced, and perhaps even the most public Canadian writer of the last century. Such...

Review by Armand Ruffo


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North American Indian Designs

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 67, Autumn 1985

Review by Judy Hall


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Indian Rock Carvings of the Pacific North West

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 11, Autumn 1971

Review by Audrey Hawthorn


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Indian Families of the Northwest Coast: The Impact of Change

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 12, Winter 1971

Review by Michael Kew


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The Canadian Indian: A History Since 1500

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 15, Autumn 1972

Review by Robin Fisher


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The Struggle for Survival: Indian Cultures and the Protestant Ethic in British Columbia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 22, Summer 1974

Review by Jacqueline Gresko


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Indian Petroglyphs of the Pacific Northwest

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 28, Winter 1975

Review by Donald Mitchell


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Indian Healing: Shamanic Ceremonialism in the Pacific Northwest

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 56, Winter 1982  

Review by Wolfgang Jilek


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Early Indian Village Churches: Wooden Frontier Architecture in British Columbia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 38, Summer 1978  

Review by S.W. Jackman


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Contact and Conflict: Indian-European Relations in British Columbia, 1774-1890

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 35, Autumn 1977  

Review by Cornelius J. Jaenen


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Indian Education in Canada. Volume 1: The Legacy

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 74, Summer 1987

Review by James Walker


Review

Mudflat Dreaming: Waterfront Battles and the Squatters Who Fought them in 1970s Vancouver

Liminal spaces make places. This is the central theme of Jean Walton’s book, Mudflat Dreaming, an unconventional work of literary nonfiction that weaves together memoir, film studies, and Vancouver history in the 1970s, a pivotal...

Review by Kaden Jelsing


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Native Peoples and Water Rights: Irrigation, Dams, and the Law in Western Canada

Making the jump from studies of static property such as land to the fluid resource of water, Kenichi Matsui’s Native Peoples and Water Rights explores new territory by examining the intersection of Aboriginal rights and...

Review by Jenny Clayton


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The Importance of Being Monogamous: Marriage and Nation Building in Western Canada to 1915

This sophisticated and engaging book has much to offer a number of scholarly areas, including Canadian history, gender studies, and political and legal studies. Working from a massive bedrock of diverse primary materials, Sarah Carter...

Review by Katie Pickles


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Switchbacks: Art, Ownership and Nuxalk National Identity

Jennifer Kramer’s book describes some recent negotiations of public representation and the incipient construction of national identity through the disposition of works of art by the Nuxalk people of Bella Coola, British Columbia. This book...

Review by Judith Ostrowitz


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The Amazing Mazie Baker: The Squamish Nation’s Warrior Elder

I grew up ten minutes away from Eslha7án, the Mission Indian Reserve, in what is today known as North Vancouver, which is part of the territory of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw or Squamish Nation. Yet I...

Review by Sean Carleton


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What We Learned: Two Generations Reflect on Tsimshian Education and the Day Schools.

The impetus for What We Learned, a collaborative book written by Helen Raptis and twelve members of the Tsimshian Nation, was Raptis’s archival discovery of a 1947 class list from the Port Essington Indian Day...

Review by Sean Carleton