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Book & Film Reviews

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The Royal Navy and the Northwest Coast of North America, 1810-1914

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 12, Winter 1971

By W. Lamb


book film review

Trade Liberalization and a Regional Economy

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 12, Winter 1971

By Don DeVoretz


book film review

Indian Families of the Northwest Coast: The Impact of Change

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 12, Winter 1971

By Michael Kew


book film review

When Russia was in America

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 12, Winter 1971

By Joseph Lawrence


book film review

Aboriginal Man and Environments on the Plateau of North West America

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 12, Winter 1971

By Roy Carlson


Contributors

Contributors

Edwin R. Black is a political scientist at Queen’s University and was recently director of the Progressive Conservative research group in Ottawa.

Donald Blake is a native of Alberta, a graduate of Yale and presently a member of the department of Political Science at U.B.C.

Gordon R. Elliott is a professor of English at Simon Fraser University and an active member of the B.C. Historical Association.
Robin Fisher is from New Zealand where he took an M.A. at Auckland. He is presently completing his graduate work at U.B.C. where his main interest is Indian-White relations in early B.C.

Martin Robin is a sociologist teaching at Simon Fraser University and is the author of a number of studies of B.C. Politics.

Mark Sproule-Jones teaches political science at the University of Victoria. His study of referenda was published in BC Studies in 1970.