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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Book Review

Fighting Joe Martin: Founder of the Liberal Party in the West: A Blow by Blow Account

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 53, Spring 1982  

Review by Robin Fisher


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Early Maritime Artists of the Pacific Northwest Coast, 1741-1841

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 67, Autumn 1985  

Review by Christon Archer


Book Review

Tahltan Ethnoarchaeology

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 66, Summer 1985

Review by Martin Magne


Book Review

Francis Rattenbury and British Columbia: Architecture and Challenge in the Imperial Age

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 65, Spring 1985  

Review by Martin Segger


Book Review

Book Review

Being and Place among the Tlingit

Being and Place among the Tlingit is a long-awaited book that draws on two decades of the author’s field research in Tlingit country. Working closely with a number of knowledgeable Tlingit elders, younger Aboriginal colleagues,...

Review by Sergi Kan


Book Review

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


Book Review

Hail, Columbia: Robert Gray, John Kendrick, and the Pacific Fur Trade

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996  

Review by Christon Archer


Book Review

Voyages of the ‘Columbia’ to the Northwest Coast 1787-1790 and 1790-1793

PDF – Archer Review Essay – BC Studies 93, Spring 1992  

Review by Christon Archer


Book Review

Aboriginal Slavery on the Northwest Coast of North America

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 119, Autumn 1998

Review by Christon Archer


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Nationalism from the Margins: Italians in Alberta and British Columbia

According to Patricia Wood, ethnic studies in Canada – or at least the study of Italian immigrants and their descendants – is at best a marginal or fringe activity in the Canadian academy. She complains,...

Review by Gabriele Scardellato


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The Secret Voyage of Sir Francis Drake, 1577-1580

This book represents an expanded form of the much debated revelations of Samuel Bawlf concerning the Pacific Ocean explorations of Francis Drake during his 1577–80 voyage of circumnavigation. Parts of the voyage account are well known,...

Review by Christon Archer


Book Review

Tales of Ghosts: First Nations Art in British Columbia, 1922-61

THE HISTORIOGRAPHIC trends in the scholarly literature pertaining to First Nations material and visual culture have leaned primarily towards stylistic analysis, connoisseurship, and tracing the rise, decline, and “renaissance” of this production. Ronald Hawker’s book,...

Review by Megan Smetzer


Book Review

Your Land and Mine: Evolution of a Conservationist

WITHIN THE LAST two decades, several scholars have written about a number of the leading conservation activists who appeared in the United States and Canada in the crucial decades following the Second World War. Thanks...

Review by Mark Harvey


Book Review

Emerging from the Mist: Studies in Northwest Coast Culture History

IN ORGANIZING this collection of papers on late-period Northwest Coast archaeology, R.G. Matson, in his introduction to this edited volume, proposes to make Northwest Coast archaeology more visible in the literature alongside the prominent ethnographic...

Review by Catherine Carlson


Book Review

Pioneers of the Pacific: Voyages of Exploration, 1787-1810

In 2002, the National Maritime Museum in London published Captain Cook in the Pacific, introduced by Glyn Williams, with the succeeding chapters written by Nigel Rigby and Pieter van der Merwe. The present book by...

Review by Christon Archer


Book Review

Athapaskan Migration: The Archaeology of Eagle Lake, British Columbia

Migration is one mechanism that archaeologists have put forward to explain significant change in cultural materials through time. However, due to its linear and rather simplistic explanation of human activity (i.e. material change = wholesale...

Review by Chris Springer