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Skookum Tugs: British Columbia's Working Tugboats
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|September 12, 2006

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Ride along with these brawny boats as they catch the swells and waves of the wild West Coast, navigate deadly tidal rapids and squeeze through a winding maze of boats and bridges as they ply the mighty Fraser River. Join the Captain Bob , the biggest tug on the…
Pender Harbour Cowboy: The Many Lives of Bertrand Sinclair
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Cowboy, logger, fisherman, writer, social activist, and grand adventurer! Sinclair's fascinating life is set against the changing ranching, logging, fishing and mining industries that he wrote about and the publishing industry for which he wrote. His story takes…
Improvisations In Creative Drama: A Program Of Workshops And Dramatic Sketches For Students
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This versatile text gives you two books in one!  The first half of the book is composed of an ordered sequence of two dozen workshops in Creative Drama, introduced by a few words on the mechanics of classroom management and student preparation. …
Pauline: A Biography of Pauline Johnson
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|November 3, 2015

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Brought up in a strict and sheltered household, the daughter of a Mohawk chief and a non-native woman, Pauline Johnson struggled to make an independent life for herself. She found it as a poet and performer whose dramatic recitals skirted the boundaries of what…
A Stain Upon The Sea: West Coast Salmon Farming
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On the West Coast, few subjects are as controversial as salmon farming. Every week, new studies raise alarming questions about the safety of farmed fish and the risk farms pose to the environment. But federal, provincial and state governments continue to support…
Pauline Johnson
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|January 1, 1999

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Her mother was English, her father a Mohawk chief. Billed as "The Mohawk Princess," Pauline Johnson took to the stage and recited her poetry in towns across Canada and the U.S.A. during the 1890s. On her two trips to England, she was the toast of London.
A Thoroughly Wicked Woman: Murder, Perjury and Trial by Newspaper
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On a foggy evening in November 1905, 48-year-old Thomas Jackson returned to his home on Melville Street in Vancouver after nine months of prospecting north of the Skeena. Jackson was happy because he had made an important gold strike. Four days later he was dead…
Bright Seas, Pioneer Spirits: A History of the Sunshine Coast
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For well over a century, the bright seas of the Sunshine Coast have been attracting visitors to the waterfront resorts, fishing lodges and beaches that rest between Howe Sound and the spectacular Princess Louisa Inlet. These coastal hotspots and communities were…
Better the Devil You Know
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|January 1, 2012

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Better the Devil You Know , set in Vancouver in 1907, centres on the picaresque adventures of a small-time con man who passes himself off as an evangelical preacher, the scrawny hooker whom he reluctantly befriends, and the five-year-old hellion left in his care…
Bright Seas, Pioneer Spirits: A History of the Sunshine Coast
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|July 6, 2011

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For well over a century, the bright seas of the Sunshine Coast have been attracting visitors to the waterfront resorts, fishing lodges and beaches that rest between Howe Sound and the spectacular Princess Louisa Inlet. These coastal hotspots and communities were…
A Thoroughly Wicked Woman: Murder, Perjury and Trial by Newspaper
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|December 15, 2014

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On a foggy evening in November 1905, 48-year-old Thomas Jackson returned to his home on Melville Street in Vancouver after nine months of prospecting north of the Skeena. Jackson was happy because he had made an important gold strike. Four days later he was dead…