Long Before Vacationers And Boaters Discovered BC S Sunshine Coast, The Sliammon, A Coast Salish People, Called It And Surrounding Regions Home In This Remarkable Book, Elsie Paul, One Of The Last Surviving Mother Tongue Speakers Of The Sliammon Language, Collaborates With A Scholar, Paige Raibmon, And Her Granddaughter, Harmony Johnson, To Tell Her Life Story And The History Of Her People, In Her Own Words And Storytelling StyleRaised By Grandparents Who Took Her On Their Seasonal Travels, Paul Spent Her Childhood Immersed In Sliammon Ways, Stories, And Legends Paul S Adult Life Unfolded Against A Backdrop Of Colonialism And Racism As She Worked To Sustain A Healthy Marriage, Raise A Large Family, Cope With Tremendous Grief And Loss, And Develop A Career And Give Back To Community, She Drew Strength And Guidance From The Sliammon Teachings She Learned As A Child She Shares This Traditional Knowledge For The First Time In Written As I Remember ItThis Rare Glimpse Into The Life Of Coast Salish Woman And The History Of The Sliammon People Stands As A Fruitful Model For Collaborative Research And Storytelling, A Model That Has The Power To Transform Relations Between Settlers And Indigenous Peoples In Canada
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- 488 pages
- Written as I Remember It
- Elsie Paul
- 18 October 2017 Elsie Paul