Sto: Lo-coast Salish Historical Atlas

by K Carlson

DOUGLAS & MCINTYRE | March 1, 2001 | Hardcover |

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THIS GROUNDBREAKING HISTORICAL ATLAS, a best-seller when originally published in 2001, was the first produced by a Canadian aboriginal organization. It presents a superbly researched, comprehensive overview of the physical and social history of the traditional territory of the Sto:lo Nation. Sto:lo means "river," and the people take their name from the giant "river of rivers" (now called the Fraser) that flows through their lands. Using material drawn from the larger Coast Salish region, the atlas covers south-west British Columbia and northwest Washington State-including metropolitan Vancouver. The 86 full-colour maps, most of them double-page spreads, are enhanced by archival photographs and explanatory text. Covering an astonishing range of themes, the atlas makes a significant contribution to cross-cultural understanding and the advancement of knowledge.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 192 Pages, 10.63 × 14.57 × 0.79 in

Published: March 1, 2001

Publisher: DOUGLAS & MCINTYRE

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1550548123

ISBN - 13: 9781550548129

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Sto: Lo-coast Salish Historical Atlas

by K Carlson

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 192 Pages, 10.63 × 14.57 × 0.79 in

Published: March 1, 2001

Publisher: DOUGLAS & MCINTYRE

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1550548123

ISBN - 13: 9781550548129

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This superbly researched, groundbreaking historical atlas presents a history of the civilization and territory of the Stó lo, a First Nations people. Through words, archival photographs, and 86 full-color maps, the book details the mythic beginnings of the Stó lo people and how white settlement turned their homeland into the bustling metropolis of Vancouver. An important document packed with fascinating information, the atlas also makes a significant contribution to cross-cultural understanding.

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THIS GROUNDBREAKING HISTORICAL ATLAS, a best-seller when originally published in 2001, was the first produced by a Canadian aboriginal organization. It presents a superbly researched, comprehensive overview of the physical and social history of the traditional territory of the Sto:lo Nation. Sto:lo means "river," and the people take their name from the giant "river of rivers" (now called the Fraser) that flows through their lands. Using material drawn from the larger Coast Salish region, the atlas covers south-west British Columbia and northwest Washington State-including metropolitan Vancouver. The 86 full-colour maps, most of them double-page spreads, are enhanced by archival photographs and explanatory text. Covering an astonishing range of themes, the atlas makes a significant contribution to cross-cultural understanding and the advancement of knowledge.
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