Stó:lō Library & Archives
The Library and Archives houses a collection that focuses on information about the Coast Salish, particularly the Stó:lō.
There is material available about the history, both pre and post contact, culture, society, language and oral narratives. In addition to those topics, there is also material about land, and land claims, art, education, archaeology and place names.
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The Stó:lō Archives was established in 1996 by the Aboriginal Rights and Title department with a mandate to support and encourage all the Stó:lō to re-establish, protect and assert self-government through research, documentation and communication of Stó:lō rights and title. The Archives contains supplementary information to the Library holdings such as maps, transcripts, oral history, photographs, video recordings, archaeological reports and unpublished material.