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

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Sakura in the Land of the Maple Leaf: Japanese Cultural Traditions in Canada

This book, edited by the curator of Asian studies at the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Quebec, is a worthy publication. It is a compilation of three research projects conducted in 1976-77 for the...

Review by Michiko Ayukawa


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Aboriginal Peoples and Politics: The Indian Land Question in British Columbia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 91/92, Autumn/Winter 1991/92  

Review by Brian Titley


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The Art of the Impossible: Dave Barrett and the NDP in Power, 1972-1975

This book is splendid work of popular political history, biography, and related media study that co-authors Geoff Meggs (a former communications director to Premier Glen Clark) and Rod Mickleburgh (a veteran of the west coast...

Review by Allen Seager


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Reaching Just Settlements: Land Claims in British Columbia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 102, Summer 1994

Review by Kenneth Coates


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The Sacred Headwaters: The Fight to Save the Stikine, Skeena and Nass

On 17 April 2012, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver announced that his department would follow through on the Federal Conservative Party 2012 budget promise to “streamline” the Environmental Assessment process in Canada. The new process...

Review by Jonathan Peyton


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Without Surrender Without Consent: A History of the Nishga Land Claims

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 66, Summer 1985  

Review by Paul Tennant


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Eagle Down is Our Law: Witsuwit’en Law, Feasts, and Land Claims

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 111, Autumn 1996

Review by Kevin Washbrook


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Celebration: Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian Dancing on the Land

Concerned that not all Native Alaskan children had the opportunity to learn their communities’ ancient songs and dances or to participate in traditional ceremony, the fledging Native non-profit Sealaska Heritage Institute decided to hold a...

Review by Karen Duffek


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Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada

Forests, long of economic and socio-cultural importance to both Aboriginal peoples and settlers in Canada, have also been sites of contention between these groups, reflected in blockades, court action, and state policies intended to address...

Review by Brian Egan


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British Columbia Chronicle 1778-1846, Adventurers by Sea and Land

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 27, Autumn 1975

Review by W. Lamb


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Law & Justice in a New Land: Essays in Western Canadian Legal History

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 76, Winter 1987/88  

Review by DeLloyd Guth


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Land Grab: One Man Against the Authority

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 25, Spring 1975

Review by Neil Swainson


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British Columbia: Visions of the Promised Land

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 77, Spring 1998  

Review by Laurie Ricou


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Part of the Land, Part of the Water: A History of the Yukon Indians

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 81, Spring 1989  

Review by Kenneth Coates


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Land, Man, and the Law

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 24, Winter 1974/75

Review by H.V. Nelles


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No Better Land: The 1860 Diaries of the Anglican Colonial Bishop George Hills

PDF – Edwards Review Essay – BC Studies 113, Spring 1997  

Review by Roberta L. Bagshaw


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Entangled Territorialities: Negotiating Indigenous Lands in Australia and Canada

Over the past few decades, in settler states like Australia and Canada we have seen increased recognition of the complex nature of relations between Indigenous peoples and nations, on one side, and settler groups and...

Review by Brian Egan


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Peoples of the Living Land

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 17, Spring 1973

Review by Alfred Siemens


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Historical GIS Research in Canada

This is a wonderful collection of thirteen essays, nine co-authored (twenty-seven authors all told), written by historians, geographers, librarians, archivists, cartographers, environmental scientists, and an architect, many of them acknowledging by name the other research...

Review by Deryck Holdsworth