BC Studies no. 31 Autumn 1976
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In This Issue
In This Issue: Indian Music of the Pacific Northwest: An Annotated Bibliography of Research
Edgar Crow Baker: An Entrepreneur in Early British Columbia
By G. W. S. Brooks
The Defence of Prince Rupert: An Eyewitness Account
By Reginald Roy
A Note on the Contributions of Wilson Duff to Northwest Coast Ethnology and Art
By Michael M. Ames
The Preservation of Peace in Vancouver: The Aftermath of the Anti-Chinese Riot of 1887
By Patricia E. Roy
A Bibliography of British Columbia
By Frances Woodward
Michael M. Ames teaches anthropology at the University of British Columbia and is director of the university’s Museum of Anthropology.
Ian L. Bradley is a member of the Art and Music Education Division of the Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria.
G. W. S. Brooks, who recently completed an M.A. degree at the University of British Columbia, is a teacher at Victoria High School.
Patricia Roy is a member of the Department of History at the University of Victoria.
Reginald H. Roy is Professor of History and Strategic Studies at the University of Victoria.
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