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To Be a Warrior: The Adventurer Life and Mysterious Death of Billy Davidson

To Be A Warrior chronicles the life of wilderness adventurer Billy Davidson (1947-2003), a rock climbing mountaineer and ocean kayaker who spent the last thirty years of his life alone on various small islands in...

Review by Janet Nicol


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Deadly Neighbours: A Tale of Colonialism, Cattle Feuds, Murder and Vigilantes in the Far West

Deadly Neighbours opens a window into the relationship between immigrant settlers and the Sema:th (Sumas) and Sto:lo people residing in British Columbia’s Sumas Prairie and Nooksack Valley during the 1870s and 1880s.  Several conflicts are...

Review by Janet Nicol


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For Freedom We Will Fight, the Industrial Workers of the World in British Columbia 1905-1990

More than a hundred years after losing its prominence, the fabled Industrial Workers of the World continues to resonate as a union without parallel in the annals of labour history in North America. Besides the...

Review by Rod Mickleburgh


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The York Factory Express: Fort Vancouver to Hudson Bay, 1826-1849

The York Factory Express was an integral part of the Hudson’s Bay Company’s trans-continental trade network in the nineteenth century.  It carried men and mail from the Pacific coast to Hudson Bay, linking the Columbia...

Review by Scott P. Stephen


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The Vancouver Island Project: Research, Resources, and Regional Studies

By Alan F.J. Artibise, Peter A. Baskerville, Chad M. Gaffield


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The Voyage of Captain George Vancouver

Review by Christon I. Archer


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Handbook of North American Indians: Northwest Coast (volume 7)

Review by Anne Goodfellow


Exhibition, Film, and New Media Review

Porcupine Podcast

“How do porcupines hug?” Merrell-Anne Phare asks. “Carefully,” Michael Miltenberger responds. This old joke is the disarming beginning to every episode of Porcupine, a podcast hosted by political consultant Michael Miltenberger and lawyer Merrell-Ann Phare....

Review by Mary Tuti Baker


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Determining Okanagan History

Review by Elizabeth Vibert


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“Reading” Rock Art: One Sense/Many Senses

Review by Wendy Wickwire, Michael M'Gonigle


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Indian Map

By R.C. (Bob) Harris


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Fordism in the Woods

By Cole Harris, Jean Barman


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Fordism in the Mills

By Cole Harris, Jean Barman