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Single Issue

Review Essays

review essay

What the Horse Has Done For Us

By Roderick J. Barman


review essay

Marine Life

By Laurie Ricou


Book & Film Reviews

book film review

Legends of Our Times: Native Cowboy Life

PDF – Barman Review Essay – BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Leslie Tepper


book film review

Hamatsa: The Enigma of Cannibalism on the Pacific Northwest Coast

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Margery Fee


book film review

The Name of War: King Philip’s War and the Origins of American Identity

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Christopher Paci


book film review

The True Spirit and Original Intent of Treaty 7

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Kenichi Matsui


book film review

On the North Trail: The Treaty 8 Diary of O.C. Edwards

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Melinda Jette


book film review

book film review

Plateau

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Wendy Wickwire


book film review

A Story as Sharp as a Knife: The Classical Haida Mythtellers and Their World

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Joel Martineau


book film review

You Are Asked to Witness: The Sto:lo in Canada’s Pacific Coast History

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By E. Douglas


book film review

‘Boston Men’ on the Northwest Coast: The American Maritime Fur Trade, 1788-1844

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Jim Delgado


book film review

Fraser Gold 1858! The Founding of British Columbia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Daniel Marshall


book film review

Beyond the City Limits: Rural History in British Columbia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Margaret Conrad


book film review

Growing Up: Childhood in English Canada from the Great War to the Age of Television

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Andre Turmel


book film review

Environmental Management on North America’s Borders

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Larry Pynn


book film review

Heart of the Raincoast: A Life Story

PDF – Ricou Review Essay – BC Studies 123, Autumn 1999  

By Laurie Ricou


Contributors

Contributors

Roderick J. Barman, an expert on the history of Brazil, teaches Latin American history at the University of British Columbia. He has applied his knowledge of packing in Brazil to the Pacific Northwest and will shortly publish “Packing in British Columbia: Transport on a Resource Frontier” in the Journal of Transport History.

Charlene Porsild is a native of the Yukon and a former Fulbright Scholar. She teaches history at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln where she also edits the Great Plains Quarterly. Her book, Gamblers and Dreamers: Women, Men, and Community in the Klondike(Vancouver: UBC Press, 1998) won the W. Turrentine Jackson Prize of the Western History Association and the Clio Award from the Canadian Historical Association in 1999.

Arthur J. Ray, a Professor of History at the University of British Columbia, teaches and does research in the area of First Nations economic history and has been involved as an expert witness in numerous Aboriginal and treaty rights cases across Canada. He is the author of I Have Lived Here Since the World Began: An Illustrated History of Canada’s Native People (Toronto: Key Porter & Lester, 1996).

Laurie Ricou is the Poetry Editor of BC Studies. A Professor of English Literature, he teaches Pacific Northwest and British Columbia writing at the University of British Columbia.

Peter Trower was a logger for twenty-two years before he turned to writing poetry and fiction. He divides his time between Gibsons and North Vancouver. His book of poetry, Chainsaws in the Cathedral, has just been published by Ecstasis Editions and his third novel is due soon from Harbour Publishing.

Tom Wayman’s most recent book of poems is The Colours of the Forest, (Madeira Park: Harbour, 1999). He currently teaches writing at Douglas College and Kwantlen University College .