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As I Remember It: Teachings (Ɂəms tɑɁɑw) from the Life of a Sliammon ElderMain MenuTerritoryPeople of the LandColonialismResilience in the Face of Racism and ConflictCommunityLiving TogetherWellnessCaring for Body, Mind, and SpiritThe Sliammon LanguageHow We CommunicateOur ProcessMaking This BookFeatures and ResourcesWays to Use This BookAbout This BookUBC PressAs I Remember It - Peer Review Copy – Pub. March 29, 20192019-03-29T07:55:01-07:00As I Remember It - Peer Review Copy – Pub. March 22, 20192019-03-22T13:09:31-07:00
Death but Not Sin
12019-02-19T23:53:40-08:00Elizabeth Edgerton0afe7bb54204547fed22bac3c58c6ad5ae8ea8f3741At the Sechelt Indian Residential School in 1954. Standing, from left: possibly Reverend William Bernardo; Flora Harry. Seated, from left: student (name unknown); Eugene Louie; student (name unknown).plain2019-06-04T16:25:51-07:009780774861250_EP_235Courtesy of Elsie Paul1954Still ImagePhotographer unknownFrom the photo album collection of Elsie PaulSliammon village (tʼɩšosəm)Carmen Tiampob7dea13e3ea21079c9bbbd000e2502b4bbf46657