In This Issue
By W.T. Stanbury
Edward Sleight Hewlett is vice-principal of Port Kells Elementary School, Surrey, B.C. His article is based on a master’s thesis recently completed for the Department of History at the University of British Columbia.
Douglas Sanders, who formerly practiced law in Vancouver, has done legal work for the National Indian Brotherhood and is now Director of the Native Law Centre, Department of Law, Carleton University, Ottawa.
W. T. Stanbury of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration at the University of British Columbia is the author, with D. B. Fields of The Economic Impact of the Public Sector upon the Indians of British Columbia, recently published by the U.B.C. Press, and reviewed in this issue of B.C. Studies.