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Storying SwÌ_lcha: Place-making and Power at a StÌ_:l̵ Landmark

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Holocene Settlement History of the Dundas Islands Archipelago, Northern British Columbia

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An Ethnozooarchaeological Study of Land Otters and People at Kit’n’Kaboodle (49-dix-46), Dall Island, Alaska

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Multi-Level Governance in British Columbia: Local Perspectives on Shifting Relations and Structures

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“Panic Park”: Environmental Protest and the Politics of Parks in British Columbia’s Skagit Valley

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Creating a “Natural Asset”: British Columbia’s First Park, Strathcona, 1905-16

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Subsistence and Resistance on the British Columbia Coast: Kingcome Village’s Estuarine Gardens as Contested Space

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Educating the Eye, Hand and Heart at St. Ann’s Academy : A Case Study of Art Education for Girls in Nineteenth-Century Victoria

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Holocene Settlement History of the Dundas Islands Archipelago, Northern British Columbia  

By Bryn Letham, Andrew Martindale, Duncan McLaren, Thomas Brown, Kenneth M. Ames, David J.W. Archer, Susan Marsden


Terms | archaeology Tsimshian Dundas Islands northwest coast