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VICTIMS OF BENEVOLENCE

STONEY CREEK WOMAN

The Dark Legacy of the Williams Lake Residential School

10th Anniversary Edition Bridget Moran

Elizabeth Furniss

aboriginal studies

The captivating story of the late Mary John, a pioneering Carrier Native whose life on the Stoney Creek reserve in central British ­Columbia is a capsule history of First ­Nations life from a unique woman’s perspective.

An unsettling and moving study of two tragic events at an Indian residential school in British Columbia which serve as a microcosm of the profound impact the residential school system had on Aboriginal communities in Canada throughout this century.

second printing

fifteenth printing over 40,000 copies sold

A solid addition to the historical record. —BCLA Reporter A valuable and moving biography. —Books in Canada

aboriginal studies isbn 978-1-55152-047-6 $19.95 | $18.95 us

aboriginal studies isbn 978-1-55152-015-5 $15.95 | $12.95 us

A LITTLE REBELLION

JUDGEMENT AT STONEY CREEK

Bridget Moran

New Edition

Bridget Moran

This moving autobiography of the late Bridget Moran, author of Stoney Creek Woman and Judgement at Stoney Creek (both above), and her astonishing life as a social worker in British Columbia unafraid to take on the powers that be.

Bridget Moran’s followup to Stoney Creek Woman (above): an Aboriginal studies classic, hailed for its moving and deeply personal depiction of how the justice system has failed Canada’s Aboriginal people.

fourth printing

third printing A well-crafted book that sensitively captures the many conflicting sentiments brought out by the inquiry. —Books In Canada

biography / aboriginal studies isbn 978-0-88978-252-5 $14.95 | $12.95 us

RESISTANCE AND RENEWAL Surviving the Indian Residential School Celia Haig-Brown One of the first books published to deal with the phenomenon of residential schools in Canada, this is an insightful collection of Native perspectives on the Kamloops Indian Residential School in the BC interior, based on interviews with former residents of the school.

roderick haig-brown prize winner eighth printing Demonstrates that the experiences of the past, however painful, are valuable for future generations. —Northeast Indian Quarterly aboriginal studies isbn 978-0-88978-189-4 $16.95 | $13.95 us

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aboriginal studies isbn 978-1-55152-053-7 $14.95 | $12.95 us

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