By Alice Ravenhill
Victoria B.C   The Kings Printer
10.5" by 7.5" ii, 103pp
An analytical and educational work on indigenous people of Canada.
By Alice Ravenhill

1944 Occasional Papers of the British Columbia Provincial Museum Number Five A Corner Stone of Canadian Culture An Outline of the Arts and Crafts of the Indian Tribes of British Columbia

Victoria B.C   The Kings Printer
10.5" by 7.5" ii, 103pp
An analytical and educational work on indigenous people of Canada.
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Illustrated, Original Binding

This work reflects on and explores the arts and crafts of the 'Indian Tribes' of British Columbia, Canada. Alice Ravenhill was one of the first authors to propound aboriginal rights in British Columbia. She took great interest in social issues. This work was originally published in 1938 and was intended to be an elementary school curriculum text.

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In original paper wraps. Rebacked with cloth to support binding. Externally, generally smart with loss to the head and tail of spine. Some fading to wraps. Marks to rear wrap from adhesive tape, same to the front at the joints. Minor chipping and bumping to the extremities. Prior owner's inscription to the verso of front wrap. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright with the odd spot throughout.

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