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  • The Freshwater Fishes of British Columbia by J. D. McPhail

-Reviewed by Tony J. Pitcher (pgs: 115-6)

  • Fortune's a River: The Collision of Empires in Northwest America by Barry M. Gough

-Reviewed by (pgs: 116-7)

  • Recording Their Story: James Teit and the Tahltan by Judy Thompson

-Reviewed by Jennifer Kramer (pgs: 118-20)

  • Be of Good Mind: Essay on the Coast Salish by Bruce G. Miller

-Reviewed by Dorothy Kennedy (pgs: 120-1)

  • Salal: Listening for the Northwest Understory by Laurie Ricou

-Reviewed by (pgs: 122-3)

  • Phantom Limb by Theresa Kishkan

-Reviewed by Harold Rhenisch (pgs: 123-5)

  • Dark Storm Moving West by Barbara Belyea

-Reviewed by Matt Dyce (pgs: 126-8)

  • The Lost Coast: Salmon, Memory and the Death of Wild Culture by Tim Bowling

-Reviewed by Jocelyn Smith (pgs: 128-130)

  • Nikkei Fishermen on the BC Coast: Their Biographies and Photographs by Masako Fukawa

-Reviewed by Michiko Midge Ayukawa (pgs: 130-1)

  • Negotiating Demands: The Politics of Skid Row Policing in Edinburgh, San Francisco and Vancouverby Laura Huey

-Reviewed by Rick Clapton (pgs: 131-3)

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