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Book Review: Salish Blankets describes the extraordinary complexity of ceremonial blankets and robes and their connection with both the natural and supernatural worlds.
Book Review: In The Creator’s Game, Allan Downey aims to educate readers on these less well-known dimensions of lacrosse and its continuing significance for Indigenous people, in particular for the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) of central Canada.
Book review: The exploits of Canada’s top pilot, Billy Bishop, are relatively well-known but often overshadow the achievements of other exceptional flyers. Roger Gunn’s book, Raymond Collishaw and the Black Flight, profiles Canada’s number two ace flyer.
Book Review: Working in a time and in occupations dominated by men, Nellie was a successful businesswoman and prospector. From Canada’s Far North to the southern United States, she had an eye for opportunity