The Story of Dunbar: Voices of a Vancouver Neighbourhood draws on interviews with more than 350 local residents, including recent arrivals, descendants of pioneer settlers and the aboriginal inhabitants. Their personal accounts are...
Coast Salish Indians
- Author:Schofield, P.Summary:
- Author:Evans, StanleySummary:
I knew that if I dived deep enough, the bullets would lose their killing velocity. I heard, or sensed, another explosive blast. My left arm was useless. I kept diving, down and out into deeper, blacker water . . . Coast Salish...
- Author:Smith, Odelia, Olsen, SylviaSummary:
"10-year-old Neekah learns to knit as part of her Coast Salish coming of age ceremony."--
- Author:Archibald, Jo-AnnSummary:
Indigenous oral narratives are an important source for, and component of, Coast Salish knowledge systems. Stories are not only to be recounted and passed down; they are also intended as tools for teaching.
Jo-ann Archibald worked...
- Author:Olsen, SylviaSummary:
Counting on Hope tells the story of an English girl named Hope and a Lamalcha girl named Letia, whose lives are profoundly changed when their two cultures collide.