Sto:lo Library: Transitioning from the past to the present

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2013-05-04
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First Nations
Library
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Stó:lō culture is not an aspect of the past, but a vibrant and rich part of today. The Stó:lō Library takes participation in this by hosting a biannual Ethnohistory Fieldschool, overseeing the collaboration of unique reports between students working and community members. The library also contributes to the Reciprocal Research Network, allowing researches worldwide a glimpse into the rich material culture of S'ólh Téméxw.

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Paper and slide presentation from the BC Studies Conference 2013, held at Douglas College, New Westminster, BC.

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English
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Conference presentation
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