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

Results (2507)

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Bennett II: The Decline and Stumbling of Social Credit Government in British Columbia, 1979-83

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 61, Spring 1984  

Review by David Smith


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The Klondike Quest: A Photographic Essay, 1897-1899

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 61, Spring 1984  

Review by Andrew Birrell


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A Guide to B.C. Indian Myth and Legend

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 60, Winter 1983

Review by Andrea Laforet


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Fur Trade and Exploration: Opening the Far Northwest, 1821-1852

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 60, Winter 1983  

Review by Kenneth Coates


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The Nine Lives of a Cowboy

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 60, Winter 1983  

Review by David Breen


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Vancouver’s Fair: An Administrative and Political History of the Pacific National Exhibition

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 60, Winter 1983  

Review by Margaret Andrews


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The Boundary Hunters: Surveying the 141st Meridian and the Alaskan Panhandle

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 60, Winter 1983  

Review by Cole Harris


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Simon Peter Gunanoot / Trapline Outlaw

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 59, Autumn 1983

Review by F. Greenwood


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During My Time: Florence Edenshaw Davidson, A Haida Woman

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 59, Autumn 1983  

Review by Maria Tippett


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The Way of the Masks

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 59, Autumn 1983  

Review by Marjorie Halpin


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Boss Whistle: The Coal Miners of Vancouver Island Remember

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 58, Summer 1983  

Review by Dianne Newell


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Cattle Ranch: The Story of the Douglas Lake Cattle Company

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 58, Summer 1983  

Review by George Woodcock


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The Rainbow Chasers

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 58, Summer 1983  

Review by Gordon Elliott


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


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Two Houses Half-Buried in Sand: Oral Traditions of the Hul’q’umi’num Coast Salish of Kuper Island and Vancouver Island

Huy tseep q’u, ah siem In a period marred by unemployment and economic hardships, Beryl Mildred Cryer, a Chemainus housewife, mother, and part-time journalist, set out to introduce the world to the oral traditions of...

Review by Sarah Morales


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Exalted Subjects: Studies in the Making of Race and Nation in Canada

This is an interesting and provocative book that will motivate readers to rethink the role of the state in directing and managing a multicultural society. Exalted Subjects is divided into a number of sections labelled...

Review by Frances Henry


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Citizen Docker: Making a New Deal on the Vancouver Waterfront 1919-1939

In Citizen Docker Andrew Parnaby explores industrial relations on the Vancouver waterfront during the interwar years. The analysis is linked to a broader consideration of the transition to the welfare state and the new industrial...

Review by Gordon Hak


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The Man Who Saved Vancouver: Major James Skitt Matthews

The publication of Daphne Sleigh’s biography of James Matthews coincides with the seventy-fifth anniversary of the City of Vancouver Archives, which he founded. The work is remarkable for being the first book-length biography of a...

Review by Terry Eastwood


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No Laughing Matter: Adventure, Activism and Politics

For some readers, Margaret Mitchell’s title will bring to mind a turning point in Canadian feminists’ struggle for women’s equality: an outrageous uproar of male shouting and laughing when Mitchell, MP for Vancouver East, told...

Review by Anne Edwards


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Awful Splendour: A Fire History of Canada

For anyone familiar with environmental history, Stephen J. Pyne is as synonymous with the word “fire” as is Smokey the Bear. As a former firefighter in the Grand Canyon, a renowned historian at Arizona State...

Review by Philip Van Huizen


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Landscapes of the Mind: Worlds of Sense and Metaphor

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

Review by Laurie Ricou


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The Pacific Northwest: An Interpretive History

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 117, Spring 1998

Review by Laurie Ricou