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  • Leaving Paradise: Indigenous Hawaiians in the Pacific Northwest, 1797-1898 by Jean Barman

-Reviewed by Jennifer Brown (pgs: 111-2)

  • The Many Faces of Edward Sherriff Curtis: Portraits and Stories from Native North America by Steadman Upham

-Reviewed by Mick Gidley (pgs: 113-5)

  • Maps of Experience: The Anchoring of Land to Story in Secwepemc Discourse by Andie Diane Palmer

-Reviewed by (pgs: 115-7)

  • Switchbacks: Art, Ownership and Nuxalk National Identity by Jennifer Kramer

-Reviewed by Judith Ostrowitz (pgs: 117-20)

  • Haida Gwaii: Human History and Environment from the Time of the Loon to the Time of the Iron Peopleby Daryl W. Fedje

-Reviewed by Catherine Carlson (pgs: 120-2)

  • Public Power, Private Dams: The Hell's Canyon High Dam Controversy by Karl Boyd Brooks

-Reviewed by Tina Loo (pgs: 122-4)

  • Arthur Erikson by Ricardo L. Castro, Ricardo L. Castro

-Reviewed by Jill Wade (pgs: 124-6)

  • Birthright by Constance Lindsay Skinner

-Reviewed by Adele Perry (pgs: 126-8)

  • Tracing Routes: Chinese Canadian Family Stories by Brandy Lien Worrall

-Reviewed by Yuen-Fong Woon (pgs: 128-30)

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