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Book & Film Reviews

book film review

The Doukhobors

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 3, Autumn 1969

By John A. Hostetler


book film review

Northwestern approaches: The first century of books

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 3, Autumn 1969

By Basil Stuart-Stubbs


book film review

Potlatch

George Clutesi is a member of the Tse-shaht band of the Nootka Tribe of Vancouver Island. As a child he was sent to a church-operated residential school where he recalls that he was taught that...

By Audrey Hawthorn


Contributors

Contributors

Wilson Duff, former curator of anthropology at the Provincial Museum in Victoria, is now a member of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at the University of British Columbia. He has published numerous articles on the culture of the Indians of the Pacific Northwest and is the author of The Indian History of B.C. Vol. I : The Impact of the White Man.

George Woodcock is a distinguished biographer, travel writer and poet, and editor ofCanadian Literature. His most recent books include The Crystal Spirit: A Study of George Orwell, Kerala: A Portrait of the Malabar Coast, and (with Ivan Avakumovic) The Doukhobors,reviewed in this issue.