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Return of the Canoe Societies: A Literary…

Return of the Canoe Societies: A Literary History of the B. C. Coastal…

by Rosemary I. Patterson

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The scene is set in this novel as Rachel McBay, a Heiltsuk woman who is a Graduate Psychology student, her grandmother, Rachel McBay, the Heiltsuk ceremonial chanter and others attempt to paddle a First Nation's dugout canoe twelve hundred miles up the rugged coast of British Columbia to show solidarity of coastal tribes for the Land Claims negotiations in the province of British Columbia. As they voyage the paddlers come under physical attack by unknown opponent(s) of the Treaty negotiations.

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