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Book & Film Reviews

book film review

The Oblate Assault on Canada’s Northwest

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996

By Lynn A. Stewart


book film review

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

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996  

By Christon Archer


book film review

Vancouver Voters, 1886: A Biographical Dictionary

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996  

By Jean Barman


book film review

On the Highest Hill

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996  

By Carole Gerson


book film review

A Dedicated Team: Klohn Leonoff Consulting Engineers, 1951-1991

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996  

By John Kendrick


book film review

Pilgrims in Lotus Land: Conservative Protestantism in British Columbia, 1917-1981

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996  

By Norman Knowles


book film review

Sointula: Island Utopia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996  

By J. Wilson


book film review

Making Law, Order, and Authority in British Columbia, 1821-1871

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996  

By Daniel Clayton


book film review

The Klondike Stampede

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996  

By Julie Cruikshank


book film review

Roaring Days: Rossland’s Mines and the History of British Columbia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996  

By H.V. Nelles


book film review

A Heart at Leisure from Itself: Caroline Macdonald of Japan

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 109, Spring 1996  

By Irene Howard


Audio Article

Contributors

Contributors

Justine Brown is a doctoral candidate in English at the University of Toronto and author of All Possible Worlds: Utopian Experiements in British Columbia.

Keith Carlson works as a historian for Stó:l&o Nation and pursues a number of independent research interests, including those that led to his article in this issue.

Craig Davis is a professor in the Department of Community and Regional Planning at UBC.

Robert T. Galois is an adjunct professor in the Department of Geography at UBC, and author of a recent book on Kwakwaka’wakw settlement.

R.C. (Bob) Harris is a retired engineer and a close student of the early cartography of BC.

Patrick Lane is an internationally-known BC poet whose most recent book of poetry is Too Spare, Too Fierce.

Kevin Paul is a young Saanich poet whose work is attracting wide interest.