No 115/6

Native Peoples and Colonialism, Autumn/Winter 1997/98

Table of Contents

In This Issue

Editorial
 
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3-6

Articles

Pioneers, Progress, and the Myth of the Frontier: The Landscape of Public History in Rural British Columbia
Elizabeth Furniss
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7-44
Social Power and Cultural Change in Pre-Colonial British Columbia
Cole Harris
45-82
Revenge of the Pebble Town People: A Raid on the Tlingit
Charles Lillard
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83-104
Colonial Encounters: The Worlds of Arthur Wellington Clah, 1855-1881
Robert M. Galois
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105-148
Tracing the Fortunes of Five Founding Families of Victoria
Sylvia Van Kirk
149-180
Travels From Point Ellice: Peter O'Reilly and the Indian Reserve System in British Columbia
Kenneth G. Brealey
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181-236
Taming Aboriginal Sexuality: Gender, Power, and Race in British Columbia, 1850-1900
Jean Barman
237-266
From Customary Law to Oral Traditions: Discursive Formation of Plural Legalisms in Northern British Columbia, 1857-1993
Jo-Anne Fiske
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267-288
Interview with Doreen Jensen
Lynne Bell, Carol Williams
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289-306

Reviews, Bibliography of BC, and Contributors

 
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307