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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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Order Indigenous teaching materials from the Aboriginal Nations Education Division, School District 61 (Greater Victoria). 
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Butch Dick
Art projects for the classroom by School District 61 (Greater Victoria) and Coast Salish Master Carver Butch Dick (Songhees Nation). See...
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LAUWELNEW, the Saanich Peoples' Story of the Great Flood. Lesson Plan by: Shauna White and Kathryn Godfrey, Saanich School District #63.
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Map marking the locations of Indigenous language usage throughout British Columbia. 
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This article is intended for discussion in Social Studies classes. It echoes Chief Thomas’ interviews when he spoke about being a...
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The purpose of this short article is to connect historical evidence identifying use of the land and sea resources by Coast Salish peoples as...
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An article on the history of Coast Salish blankets. By William A. White and Andrew Cienski. 
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Transformation stories, compiled by Dr. Brian Thom in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Victoria.
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This site offers a map and tour of traditional Lekwungan territories (upon which the city of Victoria was built).
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This site provides lessons and worksheets about the 13 moons of the WSANEC (Saanich peoples). 
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"A Journey into Time Immemorial" provides many educational tools that coincide with the learning objectives for students in grades 6...
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Lesson plans to integrate Indigenous culture into English, Social Studies, Math, Science, and Physical Education. Created by School District 79...