|Title||The Indian History of British Columbia|
|Description:||Book: The Indian History of British Columbia
Volume 1: The Impact of the White Man
Anthropology in British Columbia, Memoir No.5, 1964
Provincial Museum of British Columbia, Victoria, B.C.
|Citation||The Indians of British Columbia. The Problem of Indian Names. The Classification of Indian Groups -- Population. The Aboriginal Population. Changes Since 1835. The Present Indian Population -- The Impact of the White Man. The Fur-Trade Period: Stimulus to Growth. The Colonial Period: Formative Years. Period Since Confederation: Years of Change -- Appendix 1. Phonemes and Phonetic Key -- Appendix 2. First Nations of B.C., 1997.
In The Impact of the White Man, Wilson Duff presents a clear and comprehensive summary of the effects of immigrant settlement on the population, culture, economy and religion of British Columbia's First Peoples. First published in 1964, this book has stood the test of time. With more than 15,000 copies in print, it remains an important anthropological and historical record up to the 1960s. Duff wrote The Impact of the White Man as the first of three volumes on the history of the First Peoples in B.C. He never completed the other two volumes, but this book, on its own, has become a classic of anthropology. The new edition retains the author's original text and features more photographs, an appendix updating the names and territories of First Nations in B.C., a new list of recommended reading, and an index.
Duff, Wilson (author)
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