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1 Bibliography of British Columbia 1 Compiled by FRANCES WOODWARD, reference librarian, Special Collections Division, Library of the University of British Columbia. Books 2 BARR, Brenton M., ed. The Kootenay collection of research studies in geography. (B.C. Geographical series, Number 18; C.A.G. Occasional papers in geography) Vancouver, Tantalus Research, pp., Mus. ISBN X; issn [BARRATT, Art & Laine Dahlen] A humorous look at Nelson's history [rev. by Bob Murray et. al.] Nelson, Kootenay School of Art [1971?] [35] pp., Mus. BRINK, J. H. van den. The H aida Indians: cultural change, mainly between (Monographs and theoretical studies in sociology and anthropology in honour of Nels Anderson, publication 8) Leiden, E. J. Brill, pp., Mus. ISBN BRITISH COLUMBIA, UNIVERSITY, Library. Serial holdings th ed. Vancouver, UBC Library, pp. ISSN BURNS, Ronald M., ed. One country or two? with an introduction by John J. Deutsch. Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. $7.50. CLAUSON, Leslie. Maquinna: the forgotten chief. Burnaby, McPherson Park Junior Secondary School, pp., Mus. $.25. COON, Danny. A collection and description of paintings by a young Indian artist, Danny Coon; photographs by Bob and Jean Glass. [Campbell River, 1971 ] [25] pp., Mus. $2.00. & Gary Ratushniak, comp. Ba-Kwum heritage. Courtenay, printed by E. W. Bickle Ltd., pp., Mus. $8.00. Cox, Bruce, ed. Cultural ecology; readings on the Canadian Indians and Eskimos. (Carleton Library #65) [Toronto] McClelland & Stewart [i973] 33 x?p>, Mus. $4.75. DEULING, Rosemary. $ May 15, Beyond Shuswap Falls. [Lumby] pp., Mus. 2 Publications of municipal governments appear at the end of GOVERNMENT PUBLICA TIONS, 78 BG STUDIES, no. 26, Summer 1975

2 Bibliography 79 DUFF, Wilson, Images stone B.C.: thirty centuries of Northwest Coast Indian sculpture; photographs and drawings by Hilary Stewart; an exhibition originating at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Richard Simmins, Director. [Saanichton] Hancock House Publishers [1975] 191 pp., $14.95; $7-95 P a - ISBN ; pa. EDGELL, Michael C. R., ed. Themes on Pacific lands. (Western Geographical series, 10) Victoria, Dept. of Geography, University of Victoria, pp., $4.00. GARRETT, Lorna and Mary Hill, comp. Community care for seniors study. Vancouver, Social Planning and Review Council of British Columbia, pp., $6.00. HACKING, Norman R. and W. Kaye Lamb. The Princess story, a century and a half of west coast shipping. Vancouver, Mitchell Press [1974] 360 pp., $9.75. HARKER, Douglas E. The Dukes: the story of the men who have served in peace and war with the British Columbia Regiment (D.C.O.) [Vancouver, B.C. Regiment] pp., $ HEALY, Elizabeth. History of Alert Bay and District. 3d ed. [Courtenay, E. W. Bickle Ltd., 1971] 101 pp., $2.00. HILL, Douglas Arthur. The opening of the Canadian West. (Windjammer Books) Toronto, Longman, pp., $2.25. ISBN Reprint. HORN, Michiel, comp. The dirty thirties; Canadians in the Great Depression. [Toronto, Copp Clark, 1972] xxx, 728 pp., $10.95; $5*95 P a - ILWU LOCAL 500 PENSIONERS. "Man along the shore!" the story of the Vancouver waterfront as told by longshoremen themselves 1860* Vancouver, pp., JILEK, Wolfgang George. Salish Indian mental health and cultural change: psychohygienic and therapeutic aspects of the guardian spirit ceremonial. (Cultures and communities: a series of monographs: native peoples) Toronto, Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada, pp., ISBN JUNIOR LEAGUE OF VANCOUVER. A guide to Vancouver for the handicapped: a description of physical facilities to be found in churches... and rnany other places of interest; compiled and published... as requested by and in consultation with the Panel for Guidance of the Handicapped of SPARC of B.C. [Vancouver] pp. KNIGHT, Rolf. A very ordinary life [autobiography of Phyllis Golm] Toronto, New Star Books, r 7 PP-> Mus. $5.00. ISBN i LEESON, Everett Frank. The family history of James and Anna Leeson. Port Alberni, pp., $4.00.

3 80 BG STUDIES LINDO, Millicent A. Making history: an anthology of British Columbia. Victoria, pp., $ MACMILLAN, David S., ed. Canadian business history: selected studies, I 497' I 97 I * Toronto, McClelland & Stewart, pp. $ MORLEY, Alan. Vancouver from hilltown to metropolis. [3d éd.] Vancouver, Mitchell Press [1974] 302 pp., $8.50. NELSON, Robert, ed. The Prince George and district trail guide. Prince George, Regional Development Commission, Regional District of Fraser- Fort George, [18] pp., $.25. NESBITT, Bruce, ed. Earle Birney; edited with an introduction by Bruce Nesbitt. (Critical views on Canadian writers, 9) Toronto, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, pp. $8.95; $4.95 pa. ISBN OLDS, Charles, Sr. Looking back down time and track. [Prince George?] Spee-dee Print [1975] unpaged, $1.75. PACK, Mary. Never surrender. Vancouver, Mitchell Press, pp. $3-95- RENDER, Lome E. The mountains and the sky. Calgary, Glenbow-Alberta Institute and McClelland and Stewart West, pp., $ ROBERGEJ Earl. Timber country. Caldwell, Idaho, Caxton [1973] 182 pp., $ SCHLESSER, Norman Dennis. Bastion of empire: the Hudson's Bay Company's Fort Umpqua, being a narrative of the early explorations and the fur trade in Douglas County. [Roseburg, Ore.] pp., $2.75. SHOOK, Laurence K. Catholic post-secondary education in English-speaking Canada; a history. (Studies in the history of higher education in Canada, 6) [Toronto] University of Toronto Press [1971 ] 457 pp. $ ISBN SOÛLES, Gordon. What people want in a library] in consultation with Raymond Hull. Vancouver, Gordon Soûles Economic and Marketing Research, pp. $45; 20 UK. SPRING, Ira L. and H. Manning. Wilderness trails northwest; a hiker's and climber's over view-guide.... Beaverton, Ore., Touchstone Press, pp., $5.95. ISBN STEWART, Dave. Okanagan back roads, v. 1 South Central Okanagan. Sidney, Saltaire Pub., pp., $3.95. STUBBS, Dorothy I. Courtenay "all about us" [a history of the city of Courtenay ] [Courtenay, 1975] 127 pp., $5.00. SYKES, Philip. Sellout: the giveaway of Canada's energy resources. Edmonton, Hurtig [1973] 235 pp., $8.95; $2.95 pa. ISBN

4 Bibliography 81 TAXAY, Don. Money of the American Indians and other primitive currencies of the Americas. New York, Nummus Press [1970] 158 pp., $5.95. ISBN TRIUL. Major manuscript collections relating to Canadian studies in the Libraries of Simon Fraser University, University of British Columbia, University of Victoria. [Vancouver] Tri-University Libraries of British Columbia, pp. UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, Paleo-Environmental Workshop. Early man and environments in northwest America', edited by R. A. Smith and J. W. Smith. (Proceedings, v. 2) Calgary, Students' Press, pp., VANCOUVER, George. A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific Ocean and round the world.... [selections] Campbell River [Campbell River and District Historical Society] [4] 15 [1] pp. $.95. VANCOUVER BOARD OF TRADE, Environmental Advisory Committee. A short guide to pollution legislation regulatory bodies and jurisdiction applicable to B.C. Vancouver, unpaged. $6.80. VANCOUVER YUKONERS ASSOCIATION. History of the Vancouver Yukoners Association. [Vancouver, 1974] 116 [4] pp., WESTERKAMP, Hildegard. SPEC noise handbook; written... with assistance from Norbert Ruebsaat, drawings by Seonaid Macpherson. Vancouver, Scientific Pollution and Environmental Control Society, pp., WOODCOCK, George. Amor de Cosmos, journalist and reformer. Toronto, Oxford University Press, pp., $5.95 pa. Government Publications 3 BRITISH COLUMBIA, DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE. British Columbia's agriculture in retrospect. [Victoria, 1975] 5 pp., DEPT. OF EDUCATION. An address by the Honourable Eileen Dailly, Minister of Education, to the Northern Institute Branch, British Columbia School Trustees Association, January 25, Victoria, pp.,, French Advisory Committee. Special report of the French Advisory Committee on the status of elementary French programs in British Columbia, [Victoria, 1975] 22 pp., & appendices., DEPT. OF HEALTH. Health security for British Columbians; the report of Richard G. Foulkes... Special report: Consumer participation, regulation of the professions, and decentralization (W. P. XXXV), prepared by J. T. McLeod, Ph.D. Victoria, var. paging. $ For a more complete list of British Columbia government publications see the Monthly Checklist compiled by the Legislative Library, Victoria, B.C.

5 82 BC STUDIES,. Special report: Teamwork towards rehabilitation of the long term patient (W.P. XII), prepared by Anne Crichton, Ph.D. Victoria, var. paging. $2.00., DEPT. OF HOUSING. Housing for people; programs of the British Columbia Department of Housing. [Victoria, 1975] 24 pp., DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES. A survey of adoption and child welfare services to Indians of B.C. Victoria, var. paging., DEPT. OF LANDS, FORESTS AND WATER RESOURCES. Summary report of the consultative board including the comprehensive framework plan prepared under the Canada-B.C. Okanagan Basin Agreement, March 31, Victoria, pp., s 1 Surveys and Mapping Branch. Survey systems within the Crown Domain; colonies to confederation British Columbia. Victoria, , xiv pp.,, DEPT. OF MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES. Mining communities in British Columbia; a social infrastructure analysis; by Clifford G. Bancroft. [Victoria, 1975] 91 pp.,. Mining in British Columbia; there have been some changes... [Victoria, 1975] [13] pp. -, DEPT. OF RECREATION & CONSERVATION, Parks Branch, Planning Division. British Columbia's park system; a graphic presentation. Victoria, pp., PROVINCIAL MUSEUM. Reports on file with the Archaeological Sites Advisory Board of British Columbia, July Victoria, pp., DEPT. OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL, Justice Development Commission, Co-ordinated Law Enforcement Unit, Policy & Analysis Division. Initial report on organized crime in British Columbia. Victoria, viii, 40 pp. $2.00., DEPT. OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY. Report of inquiry, Jericho Hill School; by B. Chud. Victoria, var. paging. $1.25., BRITISH COLUMBIA ENERGY COMMISSION. British Columbia energy supply and demand forecast, [Vancouver, 1975] 343 pp., B.C. ENVIRONMENT AND LAND USE COMMITTEE. Victoria inner harbour development recommendations; prepared by Roderick Clack. Victoria, [40] pp.,, B.C. LAND COMMISSION. Keeping the options open. Burnaby, pp.,, B.C. MAN AND RESOURCES PROVINCIAL CONFERENCE, NARAMATA, 1973, Proceedings.... [Victoria?, 1973] 112 pp.,, BRITISH COLUMBIA RESEARCH, Management Services Division. British Columbia population projections, Vancouver, pp., $10.00.

6 Bibliography 83, GREATER VANCOUVER REGIONAL DISTRICT. An ecological review of our southwestern shores; prepared for the Greater Vancouver Regional District Planning Department by Ecological and Environmental Systems Consultants, Ian R. Church, ecologist, Daniel S. Rubin, biologist. Vancouver, pp.,,. Greater Vancouver Regional District [Vancouver, x 975] 17 pp., Mus. CANADA, AGRICULTURAL & RURAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY Ocean Falls Regional District, a rural development study; by Stephen L. Pattison. Victoria, Rural Development Office, ARDA, 1971, 86 pp.,, CANADIAN FORESTRY SERVICE, Pacific Research Centre. Saltspring Island, a landscape analysis. (Report BC-X-99) Victoria, pp.,, DEPT. OF THE ENVIRONMENT, Fisheries Service, Pacific Region. The socio-economic background of commercial fishing in British Columbia; detail report, by W. Alan Wilson; v. 1 An analysis of results from the fishery economic survey, Vancouver, 1971., NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MAN. Archaeological investigations in the Hecate Strait-Milbanke Sound area of British Columbia, by Bjorn O. Simonsen. (Archaeological Survey of Canada, Paper no. 13; Mercury Series) Ottawa, pp., $1.75.,. William Duncan of Metlakatla, by Jean Usher. (Publications in history, no. 5; Mercury series) Ottawa, 1974., NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL. The Dominion Astrophysical Observatory Victoria, B.C.; a brief non-technical account of the Observatory and its work, and of some related aspects of astronomy. [Victoria,!975] 5 6 PP-> MM-, PUBLIC ARCHIVES OF CANADA, Public Records Division. Material relevant to British Columbia labour history in RG27, Canada Department of Labour Records. (General Inventory series) Ottawa, & 8 pp. [English & French text]. VANCOUVER, CITY OF VANCOUVER ARCHIVES. Preliminary inventory: additional manuscripts 2; edited by Sheelagh Draper. [Vancouver, 1975] 36 pp., DOWNTOWN STUDY TEAM. Downtown Vancouver; planning concepts for future development... report for discussion. Vancouver, pp., -, PLANNING DEPT. Fair view slopes building heritage: a story of those buildings deserving preservation. Vancouver [1974?] 61 pp.,,. Fairview slopes the feasibility of preservation [prepared by the Sussex Group] Vancouver, pp.

7 84 BG STUDIES -,. Open space: a policy outline for the West End', prepared for the City of Vancouver West End Planning Centre, October 1973 by Norman Hotson. Vancouver, XI 7 PP-> M us -,. Vancouver's heritage: twenty-two buildings and two historic areas, # 1 December 1974; prepared by the City Planning Department for the Vancouver Heritage Advisory Committee. [Vancouver] pp., Articles,. West End urban design guidelines', prepared by the Sussex Group. Vancouver, var. paging, AFFLECK, E. L. "Sternwheel disaster on Kootenay Lake," BC Outdoors, v. 31 no. 1 (Jan.-Feb. 1975), pp , ^us - ANASTASIOU, Joan D. "The library technician," British Columbia Library Quarterly, v. 38 no. 1-2 (Summer/Autumn 1974), pp ANDREWS, G. S. "A traverse of East Kootenay survey history," B.C. Historical News, v. 8 no. 2 (Feb. 1975), pp ARIMA, IZO. "Four years at Ikeda Bay: memories of hunting and fishing," Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] pp , ARMSTRONG, Cliff. "Geological and mining index to the Q.C.I.," Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] pp "A selected bibliography of maritime voyages to the Q.C.I.," Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] p. 56. BALF, Mary. "Round-up in the Interior," Museum Round-up, no. 58 (April I975)>PP BARLEE, N. L. "Antler Greek," Canada West Magazine, v. 5 no. 2 (Spring illus ~!975)> PP- 5-Ï2,. "Chinese artifacts," Canada West Magazine, v. 5 no. 2 (Spring I 975) 5 PP illus -. "Father Pat," Canada West Magazine, v. 5 no. 2 (Spring 1975), pp ,. "Slocan City," Canada West Magazine, v. 5 no. 2 (Spring 1975), pp , BARTROLI, Tomas. "Richard Cadman Etches to Sir Joseph Banks: a plea that failed to elicit an answer," B.C. Historical News, v. 8 no. 3 (April 1975). PP- 9-i8. BLAGKMAN, Margaret B. "Hat na-the Haida longhouse," Charlottes, v. 3 [Ï974] PP * M us - BORDEN, Charles E. and David J. W. Archer. "Further findings from watersaturated deposits at Musqueam Northeast (DhRt 4)," Midden, v. 7 no. 1 (Feb. 1975), PP- I "2-

8 Bibliography 85 BRADLEY, Ian L. "A bibliography of the arts and crafts of Northwest Coast Indians," BC Studies, no. 25 (Spring 1975), pp BREWSTER, Steve. "Earl Grey's dram," photography by Maurice Borrelly and Hal Bavin, Beautiful British Columbia, v. 17 no. 1 (Summer 1975), pp. 1-14, BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE. "Reprint of Report of the Committee for Investigating and Publishing Reports on the Physical Characters, Languages, and Industrial and Social Conditions of the North-Western Tribes of the Dominion of Canada, from the Report of the Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, [sic 1899]," Northwest Anthropological Research Notes, v. 8 no. 1/2 (Fall/Spring 1974), pp , B.C. RESEARCH COMMITTEE. "Historical maps of Vancouver Island," British Columbia Genealogist, v. 4 no. 1 (Winter-Feb. 1975), pp BRYAN, Liz. "Mountain spectacular: B.C. backroads tour 21," Western Living & Vancouver Life, v. 5 no. 4 (May 1975), pp , 47-49* BURNS, Wendy & Louise Post. "Allison family cemetery," British Columbia Genealogist, v. 4 no. 1 (Winter-Feb. 1975), pp CARLSON, Roy L. "The archaeology explosion in BC," Westworld, v. 1 no. 2 (March-April 1975), pp , CHIPMAN, Renee. "The camels of the Cariboo," Museum Round-up^ no. 57 (Jan- 1975), pp COLLISON, H. A. "The Dawson caribou: the last of the Graham Island caribou," Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] pp , COOK, George L. "Aural history in the classroom: the Columbia River Treaty lecture series," Sound Heritage, v. 3 no. 3 [Fall 1974] pp , CYBULSKI, Jerome S. "Tooth wear and material culture: precontact patterns in the Tsimshian area, British Columbia," Syesis, v. 7 (1974), pp , DAVIS, A. E. "Death on the Highway," BC Outdoors, v. 31 no. 1 (Jan.- Feb. 1975), pp , de BRUYN, Jan , "Recollections in tranquillity," Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] pp. DONAHUE, Paul F. and Thelma Habgood. "Analysis of the pollen and spore rain at two archaeological sites in the Nechako Plateau, British Columbia," Syesis, v. 7 (1974), pp , DYRE, A. R. "Letters from the North-West: conclusion," Canada West Magazine, v. 5 no. 2 (Spring 1975), pp , ELLIS, David W. "The diary of a Queen Charlotte Island kayaker," Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] pp ,

9 86 BC STUDIES ELLSBERG, Helen. "Furs that launched a thousand ships," American West, v. ii no. 6 (Nov. 1974), pp , EVANS, Hubert. "Day of the hand troller," Raincoast Chronicles, no. 5 [Spring 1975] pp , "The faceless ones," Vancouver Historical Society Newsletter, v. 14 no. 8 (Feb. 1975), pp. [3-6]. FLADMARK, Knut R. "The Rose Point figure: an unusual wood sculpture from the Queen Charlotte Islands," Midden, v. 7 no. 1 (Feb. 1975), pp. 9-14, -. "A summary of Queen Charlotte Island prehistory," Charlottes, v. 3 [i974] P- 1. FRYER, Harold. "Steele of the North-West Mounted," conclusion, BC Outdoors, v. 31 no. 1 (Jan.-Feb. 1975), pp , GADSBY, Ron. "A many splendoured spring," Beautiful British Columbia, v. 16 no. 4 (Spring 1975), pp. 1-30, GERMAN, Fordon T. "Prelude to the British Columbia Museums Association : reminiscences of Gordon T. German," Museum Round-up, no. 58 (April 1975), pp GESSLER, Nick. "Petroglyphs on the Queen Charlotte Islands," drawings by Trisha Gessler, Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] pp , and Trisha. "A European history of Kiusta as compiled from the early chronicles," Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] pp , GRESCOE, Paul. "Gentle anarchist [George Woodcock]" Canadian Magazine, May 17, 1975, pp. 8-10, 12, HACKING, Norman. "Steamboats on the Columbia and Kootenay Rivers," BC Outdoors, v. 31 no. 2 (March-April 1975), pp , 38-39, ; v. 31 no. 3 (May-June 1975), pp. 50, 52-57, HANCOCK, Geoff. "Gargoyles, gazebos and gingerbread," UBC Alumni Chronicle, v. 28 no. 4 (Winter 1974), pp , HANCOCK, Lyn. "Highway 37: one of Canada's newest adventure roads," Westworld, v. 1 no. 3 (May-June 1975), pp , 68, HARRIS, Bob. "Hiking trails: Chilkoot Pass," BC Outdoors, v. 31 no. 2 (March-April 1975), pp , ', "... East Kootenay: up Toby Creek to Earl Grey Pass," v. 31 no. 1 (Jan.-Feb. 1975), pp , ; "... Mount Haller & Big Bar Creek," v. 31 no. 3 (May-June 1975), pp , HELMER, James & Pamela Wilson. "The Punchaw Lake Archaeology Project: a progress report," Midden, v. 7 no. 2 (April 1975), pp. 2-8, HOPWOOD, Victor G. "David Thompson and his maps," Association of Canadian Map Libraries Proceedings, v. 7(1973), pp ,

10 Bibliography 87 IRWIN, Jane, comp. & ed. "Steveston: the Japanese Canadian experience," Sound Heritage, v. 3 no. 3 [Fall 1974] pp. 5-16, JANKO, Doreen , Mus. "Atlin," Westworld, v. 1 no. 2 (March-April 1975), pp. "A Japanese gentleman on the Queen Charlottes [Arichika Ikeda]" Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] p. 19, Mus. KESS, Joseph F. "Pronominal systems in Haida," Syesis, v. 7 (1974), pp KIRMAN, Joseph M. "History, humbug and myth making or games people play with B.C.'s history," B.C. Teacher, v. 52 no. 5 (Feb. 1973), pp , Mus. KLOPPENBORG, Anne, ed. "Vancouver: the Great War decade," Urban Reader, v. 3 no. 2 (Feb.-March 1975), pp. 1-31, Mus.. "Vancouver: turn of the century," Urban Reader, v. 2 no. 6 (July- Aug. 1974), pp. 1-32, Mus. KUCERA, Richard E. "Secrets of the Athabasca Glacier," BC Outdoors, v. 31 no. 2 (March-April 1975), pp , Mus. KUSHNER, Howard I. " c The Oregon question is... a Massachusetts question'," Oregon Historical Quarterly, v. 75 no. 4 (Dec. 1974), pp , Mus. LAWRENCE, Scott. "Garden variety," Raincoast Chronicles, no. 5 [Spring Ï975] P- 3 > illus >, "Halibut: scenting woman," Raincoast Chronicles, no. 5 [Spring J 975]> PP- 3*-32> illus -. "The welcome guests," Raincoast Chronicles, no. 5 [Spring 1975], pp , LEAMING, Stan. "Canadian jade with a Chinese accent," Geos (Fall 1974), pp , LILLARD, Charles. "West Talk," Vancouver Magazine, v. 8 no. 3 (March ï975) 3 PP , LOY, Thomas H. "Data processing and the timely interpretation of complex sites," Syesis, v. 7 (1974), pp MCCORMICK, Bill. "Plunging into language," photography by Gary Webster, Beautiful British Columbia, v. 17 no. 1 (Summer 1975), pp , MCGEACHIE, Pixie. "Heritage village," photography by Gary R. Webster, Beautiful British Columbia, v. 16 no. 4 (Spring 1975), pp , MCMILLAN, Alan D. and Denis E. St. Claire. "Archaeological investigations in the Alberni Valley," BC Studies, no. 25 (Spring 1975), pp ,

11 88 BG STUDIES MCMILLAN, Murray. "The unionization of UBG: the coming of the academic cloth cap," UBC Alumni Chronicle, v. 29 no. 1 (Spring 1975), pp. 9-10, MACNEILL, Deborah. "Aquatic adventure," photography by Dr. Pierre Dow, Beautiful British Columbia, v. 17 no. 1 (Summer 1975), pp ? MANSVELT, Adrien. "The Vancouver Van Couverden controversy," British Columbia Genealogist, v. 4 no. 1 (Winter-Feb. 1975), pp. 3-i3> MARANDA, Elli Kôngâs. "B.C. Indian myth and education: a review article," BC Studies, no. 25 (Spring 1975), pp MATSON, R. G. "Clustering and scaling of Gulf of Georgia sites," Syesis, v. 7 (1974), PP METCALFE, Bertha. "My early life in Jedway ," Charlottes, v. 3 [!974] PP- 3 T -32> MILLER, Fern. "Vancouver civic political parties: developing a model of party-system change and stabilization," BC Studies, no. 25 (Spring r 975)> PP MOOGK, Peter. "The long watch for the war that never came," UBC Alumni Chronicle, v. 28 no. 4 (Winter 1974), pp , MOSSBANK, Sandwell K. "Long Beach: a place of transformation," Vancouver Magazine, v. 8 no. 3 (March 1975), pp , 43, MURPHY, Peter E. and Lome Rosenblood. "Tourism : an exercise in spatial search," Canadian Geographer, v. 18 no. 3 (Fall 1974), pp , NEAVE, Roland. "Discovering Wells Gray Park," Westworld, v. 1 no. 3 (May-June 1975), pp , 25, NEERING, Rosemary. "Half the fun is getting ready," photography by George L. Piercey, ce Beautiful British Columbia, v. 17 no. 1 (Summer I975) 5 PP- l8 " 22 > illus -. "A new abundance," photography by Gary Webster, Beautiful British Columbia, v. 17 no. 1 (Summer 1975), pp , NELSON, Erie. "A technique for determining pre-historic obsidian trade routes in British Columbia," Midden, v. 7 no. 1 (Feb. 1975), pp [ORCHARD, Imbert] "Commentary: aural history and the World Soundscape Project," Sound Heritage, v. 3 no. 4 [Winter 1974] pp PETER, Karl. "The British Columbia Indians' struggle for survival: review article," Canadian Ethnic Studies, v. 4 no. 1-2 (1972), pp PETERSON, Lester R. "Fishing Rivers Inlet by sail and oar," Raincoast Chronicles, no. 5 [Spring 1975] pp , PHILLIPS, Leslie H. C. "NITCA: a lesson in self-help," Charlottes, v. 3 t 1 974] PP- 45"47> illus -

12 Bibliography 89 PIRES, Ben J. "The 'Royal Hudson' once upon a train...," photography by Ken Staniforth, Beautiful British Columbia, v. 16 no. 4 (Spring i975)> PP- 3*-39> Mus.. "Saltspring:... a sense of freedom," photography by Peter Tasker, Beautiful British Columbia, v. 17 no. 1 (Summer 1975), pp , Mus. POPPLETON, Dorothy M. & Thomas C. "Mill Bay United Church, Island Highway, Mill Bay, B.C.," British Columbia Genealogist, v. 4 no. 1 (Winter-Feb. 1975), pp POST, Arthur & Louise. "Researching cemeteries and Granite Greek revisited," British Columbia Genealogist, v. 4 no. 1 (Winter-Feb. 1975), PP- r "Problems in map collections," Association of Canadian Map Libraries Proceedings, v. 7 (1973), pp RIVERS, Glair. "Summer music from Courtenay," photography by Maurice Borrelly, Beautiful British Columbia, v. 17 no. 1 (Summer 1975), pp , Mus. RIVKIN, Ann. "Deadman's Island and other strange and interesting places in Stanley Park," Westworld, v. 1 no. 2 (March-April 1975), pp. 50, 52, Mus. ROY, Patricia. "The company province and its centennials; a review of recent British Columbia historiography," Acadiensis, v. 1 (Autumn 1974), PP RUDDY, Jon. "The western mountains," BC Outdoors, v. 31 no. 1 (Jan- Feb. 1975), pp , Mus. SCHNEIDER, Bill. "Making molehills out of mountains," BC Outdoors, v. 31 no. 3 (May-June 1975), pp , Mus. SEVERS, Pat. "Recent research into the prehistory of the Queen Charlotte Islands," Midden, v. 7 no. 2 (April 1975), PP- I 5" I 7-. "A view of Island prehistory: archaeological investigations at Blue Jackets Creek, ," Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] pp. 2-12, Mus. SPITTLE, John D. "Early printed maps of British Columbia: a preliminary report on the maps, plans and charts printed and published in the Crown Colony between 1858 and 1871," Association of Canadian Map Libraries. Proceedings, v. 7 (1973), pp STANLEY, William A. "Captain George Vancouver: explorations of the Pacific Northwest ," Explorers Journal, v. 53 no. 1 (March Wo)* PP , Mus. STEWART, Hilary. "Exhibition of B.C. Indian stone sculpture," Midden 9 v. 7 no. 1 (Feb. 1975), pp. 3-5, Mus.

13 90 BG STUDIES TARASOFF, Koozma J. "Doukhobors their migration experience," Canadian Ethnic Studies, v. 4 no. 1-2 (1972), pp THOMAS, Emelene. "Stagecoach to Cariboo ," as told by Jack Bell, BC Outdoors, v. 31 no. 3 (May-June 1975)> PP- 3 2 "34> 3 6 "37> 39"4 > Mus. TOKUNAGA, Jutaro. "The exploits of a pioneer Issei," Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] pp , Mus. TOUCHIE, Rodger. "The Chinese in B.C." (No. 12 of a Westworld series), Westworld, v. 1 no. 1 (Jan.-Feb. 1975), p. 55, Mus.; v. 1 no. 2 (March- April 1975), pp. 40, 42, Mus.. "Maquinna and the fur trade," part one, Westworld, v. 1 no. 3 (May-June 1975), p. 67, Mus. TROWER, Peter. "Skiffs, gillnets and poverty-stocks," Raincoast Chronicles, no. 5 [Spring 1975] PP- 4"8, Mus. TURNER, Nancy J. "Plant taxonomic systems and ethnobotany of three contemporary Indian groups of the Pacific Northwest (Haida, Bella Coola, and Lillooet)," Syesis, v. 7 suppl. 1 (1974), pp , Mus. VANCOUVER, George. "Vancouver's voyage to the Queen Charlotte Islands," edited by Cliff Armstrong, Charlottes, v. 3 [1974] pp , Mus. WARNER, Gerry. "Vancouver's Carnegie Public Library," Westworld, v. 1 no. 2 (March-April 1975), pp , 36, Mus* WHITE, Howard. "They don't make 'em anymore: Peck Easthope," Raincoast Chronicles, no. 5 [Spring 1975] pp , Mus, & Margaret McCaffrey. "Tides," Raincoast Chronicles, no. 5 [Spring 1975] pp , Mus. WILLIAMS, Jan. "Bill Miner, gentleman: Canada's most wanted train robber!" Western Living & Vancouver Life, v. 5 no. 2 (March 1975), pp , 60-61, Mus.. "The wild McLeans: tales from B.C. history," Western Living & Vancouver Life, v. 5 no. 4 (May 1975), pp , Mus. WINDREIGH, L. "Don't call us: we'll call you," British Columbia Library Quarterly, v. 38 no. 1-2 (Summer-Autumn 1974), pp WOOD, Wilma. "Visit B.C.'s Legislative Buildings," photos: John Barnard, Westworld, v. 1 no. 3 (May-June 1975), pp , Mus. WOODALL, Ron. "Backcountry buildings of the West : Mine at Stump Lake," Westworld, v. 1 no. 3 (May-June 1975), pp. 29, 65, Mus.; "... Wilmer Esso Station," v. 1 no. 2 (March-April 1975), p. 33, Mus. WOODWARD, Frances. "Childhood memories of 'The Coast'," Vancouver Historical Society Newsletter, v. 15 no. 1 (April 1975), pp. [3-4].

14 Bibliography 91 WYMAN, Max. "The ascent of King Lui [David Y. H. Lui]" Leisure, 4 May 16, 1975, pp. 1-3A, YANDLE, Anne, comp. "Major manuscript collections relating to Canadian studies in the University libraries of British Columbia," British Columbia Library Quarterly, v. 38 no. 1-2 (Summer-Autumn 1974), pp YERBURY, J. G. "Nineteenth century Kootenay settlement patterns," Western Canadian Journal of Anthropology, v. 4 no. 4 ([April] 1975), pp YUNGE-BATEMAN, Nick. "Cape Scott," Westworld, v. 1 no. 3 (May-June!975)> PP- 30-3^ 4Ï-42, 4 Leisure is the weekend supplement to the Vancouver Sun.