People of the Middle Fraser Canyon

An Archaeological History

Author/Illustrator/Editor: Ian Kuijt, Anna Marie Prentiss

The Middle Fraser Canyon contains some of the most important archaeological sites in British Columbia, including the remains of ancient villages that supported hundreds, if not thousands, of people. How and why did these villages come into being? Why were they abandoned? In search of answers to these questions, Prentiss and Kuijt take readers on a voyage of discovery into the ancient history of the St’át’imc, or Upper Lillooet, a people whose struggles and successes are brought to vivid life through photographs, artistic and fictionalized reconstructions of life in the villages, and discussions of evidence from archaeological surveys and excavations.

Publisher
UBC Press (University of British Columbia)
DateISBNBISAC CodeThemaRights available
05/15/20129780774821681SOCIAL SCIENCE / Archaeology
LanguageFormatSizePricePages
EnglishHardback6.88 in x 9.8 inC$90.00256