Maps and Dreams: Indians and the British Columbia Frontier

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Waveland Press, 1981 - History - 294 pages
This is the author's account of his extraordinary eighteen-month journey through the world of the Beaver Indians in northwest British Columbia living directly in the path of a projected oil pipeline.

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Brody is that particular breed of anthropologist who deserves special mention for the respect he shows to the people whose story he tells. This is an excellent account of indigenous people living in ... Read full review

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A very moving examination of a way of life under threat from the continuing White settlement and commercial expansion and exploitation of natural resources in northeast British Columbia, Canada. Brody ... Read full review


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Hugh Brody is an associate of the Scott Polar Research Institute at Cambridge University. He is the author of several books, including "Maps & Dreams," "Indians on Skid Row," & "Inishkillane: Change & Decline in the West of Ireland." He lives in London.

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