We acknowledge that we live and work on unceded Indigenous territories and we thank the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations for their hospitality.

Single Issue

Articles

Book Reviews

Book Review

The Central Okanagan Records Survey

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 84, Winter 1989/90  

By Jean Barman


Book Review

A Communist Life: Jack Scott and the Canadian Workers Movement, 1927-1985

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 84, Winter 1989/90  

By Philip Resnick


Book Review

The Chinese in Canada

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 84, Winter 1989/90  

By Edgar Wickberg


Book Review

Fishing With John

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 84, Winter 1989/90  

By Laurie Ricou


Book Review

The Accidental Airline: Spilsbury’s QCA

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 84, Winter 1989/90  

By Richard Mackie


Book Review

Stein: The Way of the River

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 84, Winter 1989/90  

By Julia Gardner


Contributors

Contributors

Tomas Bartroli, a former member of the Hispanic and Italian Studies Department at the University of British Columbia, has had a long-standing interest in the maritime history of Canada’s west coast.

John Belshaw teaches history at Cariboo College, Kamloops.

W. Kaye Lamb, distinguished historian, archivist, and librarian, has written extensively on the maritime and fur-trade history of British Columbia.

Michael M’Gonigle, with Wendy Wickwire, is the author of Stein: The Way of the River (Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1988).