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A revelatory portrait of eight Indigenous communities from across North America, shown through never-before-published archival photographs--a gorgeous extension of Paul Seesequasis's popular social media project. In 2015, writer and journalist Paul Seesequasis…
Chinook Winds: Aboriginal Dance Project

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Chinook Winds captures the exciting fusion of contemporary and traditional Aboriginal dance styles. Using interviews, memoirs, poetry and personal essays, the book documents the first groundbreaking dance piece from the Aboriginal Dance Project in 1996-a…
Tobacco Wars
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|October 1, 2010

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Tobacco Wars is a novella about the meeting of two worlds. Set in the early 17th century, it follows the mythical and rollicking adventures of Pocahontas and playwright Ben Jonson - from the inns, alleyways and royal courts of London to pirates, perilous…
Jimmy Tames Horses
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|June 15, 2012

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Jimmy Tames Horses is a story about a little boy from the city who tries to fit in with his cousins who have always lived on the Kamloops Indian Reserve. Throughout the summer Jimmy works with a colt, overcoming initial fears and eventually becoming a famous…
Staking Land Claims
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|April 16, 1999

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Staking Land Claims, curated by Patricia Deadman, was the first in a series of exhibitions by Aboriginal curators at The Banff Centre. In it, four Aboriginal artists explored past and present relationships between the land and its dwellers. They addressed issues…
Tobacco Wars
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|October 1, 2010

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Set in the early 17th century, Tobacco Wars follows the mythical and rollicking adventures of Pocahontas and playwright Ben Jonson, from the inns, alleyways and royal courts of London to pirates, perilous crossings and hostile warriors in the New World. And as…