A Stó:lō Coast Salish Historical Atlas

Printed in 2001 by the Stó:lō Heritage Trust, Douglas & McIntyre and the University of Washington Press.  The Atlas uniquely focuses on 15,000 years of natural, cultural and spiritual history of the Stó:lō, First Nations people of the lower Fraser River in southwestern British Columbia and northwest Washington.

  • More than 100 full-colour and black-and-white maps
  • 115 illustrations
  • 113 colour and 80 black-and-white photographs
  • Over 720 Hal'qemeylem (language of the Sto:lo) place names with English translations
  • A comprehensive 15,000 year historical timeline
  • Complete transcription of over a century of petitions from Coast Salish people to the government protesting the alienation of their rights and land.

You Are Asked To Witness:
The Stó:lō in Canada's Pacific Coast History

I Am Stó:lō!
Katherine Explores Her Heritage.

An anthology of essays focused on the Hal'qemeylem speaking peoples known as the Stó:lō who live on along the lower Fraser River watershed.  Issues ranging from early contact to contemporary urbanization are addressed, providing important and often overlooked insights into Canada's Pacific Coast history.

Katherine a young Stó:lō girl explores her Aboriginal heritage through the teachings of her elders and family.  Katherine discovers the meaning of cultural traditions and learns the importance of her people's past.

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