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Our library holds a collection of resources aimed at informing teachers, students, and anyone interested to learn about Coast Salish territories, peoples, cultures and languages, stories and legends, about the traditional Salish art style and contemporary Salish artists.

These resources consist of audio recordings, videos, information about relevant websites and links to them, synopses of books with names of author and publisher, as well as documents of all sorts – booklets, guides, transcripts of interviews – and links to their source.

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Author: Crisca Bierwert Publisher: University of Arizona Press Year: 1999 Genre: Social Science 314 pages A brilliant, experimental...
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Author(s): Thelma Adamson, William R. Seaburg, Laurel B. Sercombe Publisher: University of Nebraska Press - Bison Books Year: 2009 Genre:...
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Author: Bruce Granville Miller Publisher: UBC Press Year: 2011 Genre: Social Science 336 pages The Coast Salish peoples of western...
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Author: Daniel Patrick Marshall‪ Publisher: Cowichan Tribes Cultural and Education Centre Cultural & Education Centre, Cowichan Tribes Year:...
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Author: Lee Maracle Publisher: Cormorant Books Year: 2014 Genre: Novel 280 Pages ‪Mink is a witness, a shape shifter, compelled to follow the...
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Author: Lee Maracle Publisher: Press Gang Publishers Year: 1993 Genre: Social Science 199 pages Lee Maracle, author of the best-selling I...
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Author: Lee Maracle Publisher: Theytus Books Year: 2010 Genre: Fiction 97 pages This poignant and powerful collection of short stories...
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Author: Lee Maracle Publisher: Global Professional Publishing Year: 1996 Genre: Social Science 142 pages "I Am Woman represents my...
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Author: Lee Maracle Publisher: Theytus Books  Year: 1994 Genre: History 126 pages We Get Our Living Like Milk from the Land is the first...
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Chris Paul
Indigenous Education at UVic is committed to making our environment more welcoming to Indigenous people, to meeting the language revitalization...
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Associated Artist(s):
Butch Dick, Charles Elliott
  Background In 2009 Heritage Oak Bay and the District of Oak Bay (Mayor Christopher Causton), guided by Songhees Nation elders and former...
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"The Quw’utsun Cultural Centre is centrally located in Duncan, midway between Victoria and Nanaimo, on picturesque Vancouver Island....