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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
12018-09-14T19:05:38-07:00Elizabeth Edgerton0afe7bb54204547fed22bac3c58c6ad5ae8ea8f377google_maps2019-07-18T14:04:24-07:0049.474700° N, -123.754539° WAnonymousVisit Browse by Topic to explore a complete index, including entries related to this topic.
12019-02-11T22:27:15-08:00Elizabeth Edgerton0afe7bb54204547fed22bac3c58c6ad5ae8ea8f3Sechelt Indian Reserve Church Opening53Visiting Chiefs from neighbouring communities join shíshálh leaders and clergy for the opening of the church at Sechelt.2019-09-18T16:19:42-07:009780774861250_CVA_581Public domain1890-06-10Still ImageBailey & Neelands (photographer)Courtesy of City of Vancouver Archives, AM54-S4-:OUT P425Sechelt (nišɛʔɬ), British Columbia, CanadaSechelt (nišɛʔɬ), British Columbia, CanadaAnonymous
12019-02-11T22:27:15-08:00Elizabeth Edgerton0afe7bb54204547fed22bac3c58c6ad5ae8ea8f3Sechelt Indian Marching Band49Many ɬaʔamɩn, Klahoose, and Homalco members learned how to play musical instruments at Sechelt Indian Residential School. Communities established their own bands and were very competitive and would visit and challenge one another.2019-09-18T16:19:42-07:009780774861250_CVA_582Public domain1890Still ImageBailey & Neelands (photographer)Courtesy of City of Vancouver Archives, AM54-S4-: OUT P426Sechelt (nišɛʔɬ), British Columbia, CanadaSechelt (nišɛʔɬ), British Columbia, CanadaAnonymous
12019-02-19T23:53:40-08:00Elizabeth Edgerton0afe7bb54204547fed22bac3c58c6ad5ae8ea8f3Death but Not Sin44At the Sechelt Indian Residential School. Standing, from left: possibly Reverend William Bernardo; Flora Harry. Seated, from left: student (name unknown); Eugene Louie; student (name unknown).2019-09-18T16:19:57-07:009780774861250_EP_235Courtesy of Elsie Paul1954Still ImagePhotographer unknownFrom the photo album collection of Elsie PaulSechelt (nišɛʔɬ), British Columbia, CanadaSechelt (nišɛʔɬ), British Columbia, CanadaAnonymous