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Waste Heritage

The protagonist of Irene Baird’s Depression-era novel Waste Heritage is Matt Striker, a twenty-three-year-old transient from Saskatchewan. A veteran of the Regina Riot in 1935, which ended the On-to-Ottawa trek, Matt arrives in Vancouver by...

Review by Andrew Parnaby


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Whiskey Bullets: Cowboy and Indian Heritage Poems

The cover of Garry Gottfriedson’s book promises us a collection of traditional cowboy poetry. Exposed on a wood-grained surface are a pair of silver spurs, feathers, leather collar, and two bullets, one of which is...

Review by Connie Brim


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Sound Heritage: Voices from British Columbia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 68, Winter 1985  

Review by Jean Barman


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Captured Heritage: The Scramble for Northwest Coast Artifacts

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 72, Winter 1986  

Review by Carl Berger


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Haida Monumental Art: Villages of the Queen Charlotte Islands; Ninstints: Haida World Heritage Site

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 62, Summer 1984  

Review by Marjorie Halpin


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A Time of Gathering: Native Heritage in Washington State

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 97, Spring 1993  

Review by Bruce Miller


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Sound Heritage, vols 3-6

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 37, Spring 1978  

Review by Frances Woodward


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Since the Time of the Transformers: The Ancient Heritage of the Nuu-chah-nulth, Ditidaht, and Makah

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 124, Winter 1999  

Review by Donald Mitchell


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Radical Heritage: Labor, Socialism and Reform in Washington and British Columbia, 1885-1917

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 49, Spring 1981  

Review by Irving Abella


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Salmon: Our Heritage

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 8, Winter 1970

Review by William Ross


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Vancouver Vanishes: Narratives of Demolition and Revival

The cover and larger format pages of this handsomely produced book are drear images of demolition in the older inner suburbs of Vancouver. An array are pictured on the back cover rather in the manner...

Review by Rhodri Windsor Liscombe


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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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Tsimshian Treasures: The Remarkable Journey of the Dundas Collection

In October 1863, the Reverend Robert J. Dundas of Scotland travelled up the coast from Victoria to Old Metlakatla, near Prince Rupert. There, he acquired seventy-seven “ceremonial objects” from the Anglican evangelical lay minister William...

Review by Karen Duffek


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Vancouver’s Bessborough Armoury: a History. Vancouver: The Fifteenth Field Artillery

Victor Stevenson’s longstanding personal and professional attachment to Vancouver’s Bessborough Armoury is reflected in his concise and well-researched account of the building’s history. Having served as both honourary colonel of the 15th Field Artillery Regiment,...

Review by James Wood


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E. Pauline Johnson Tekahionwake: Collected Poems and Selected Prose

IN THEIR INTRODUCTION to this collection of poetry and prose by E. Pauline Johnson, the editors, Carole Gerson and Veronica Strong-Boag, reference their previous biography Paddling Her Own Canoe: The Times and Texts of E....

Review by Armand Ruffo


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Vanishing British Columbia

Recently, while speeding along West Broadway on a Number 99 bus, the older gentleman sitting next to me mused that so many buildings have been demolished that young people would soon have no idea of...

Review by Jill Wade


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Culturing Wilderness in Jasper National Park: Studies in Two Centuries of Human History in the Upper Athabasca River Watershed

In 1910, D.J. Benham wrote of the new Jasper National Park, “Here may be seen Nature primeval, Nature benignant and Nature malignant – the glorious heritage of a Canadian nation” (xxv). People don’t really talk...

Review by Claire Campbell


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Liquid Gold: Energy Privatization in British Columbia

John Calvert is a professor of political science at Simon Fraser University, but this is not the kind of book one expects from an academic. It presents a conspiracy theory in which the sole purpose...

Review by Mark Jaccard


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The Cowichan Valley: Duncan, Chemainus, Ladysmtih and Region

We become travellers in our own land when we read Georgina Montgomery’s story and marvel at Kevin Oke’s photographs in The Cowichan Valley. The last word goes to Rick Pipes of Merridale Ciderworks, who comments:...

Review by David Thomas