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History of British Columbia and the West Kootenay

Class Readings

Please click on the links below to download a PDF copy of readings assigned for this class.

Loo, Tina. "People in the way: Modernity, environment, and society on the Arrow Lakes." BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly 142/3 (2004): 161-196.

Roy, Patricia E. "If the cedars could speak: Japanese and Caucasians meet at New Denver." BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly 131 (2001): 81-92.

Wilkinson, Myler F., and Duff Sutherland. "" From Our Side We Will be Good Neighbour[s] to Them": Doukhobor-Sinixt Relations at the Confluence of the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers in the Early Twentieth Century." BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly 174 (2012): 33-59.

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Selkirk College acknowledges the traditional territories of the Sinixt (Lakes), the Syilx (Okanagan), the Ktunaxa and the Secw├ępemc (Shuswap) Peoples.
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