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Claiming the Land: British Columbia and the Making of a New El Dorado
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Claiming the Land: British Columbia and the Making of a New El Dorado

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Literary Nonfiction. California Interest. Native American Studies. This trailblazing history focuses on a single year, 1858, the year of the Fraser River gold rush—the third great mass migration of gold seekers after the Californian and Australian r...

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Beautiful Communions
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Beautiful Communions

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Fiction. Chrissie Crosby is young, split-second smart and completely pissed off at just about everything. Ginger Flynn is pushing eighty and still seeking answers the way wise people do. These two have much to show each other. Years earlier, a chari...

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Passageways
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Passageways

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Poetry. PASSAGEWAYS is a major collection of Philip Resnick's poetry, spanning over 40 years. A number of the poems in the first section of the book, "Of the Greeks and Hebrews," were in earlier collections, which have long been out of print. The ot...

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Provoked by Gilgamesh
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Provoked by Gilgamesh

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Fiction. This humorous and idiosyncratic collection of letters forms the unusual story of Gilmour Walker, a middle-aged man who, desperately afraid of dying, sets out from his home, somewhere on the Nova Scotia shore, to find a way around death. His...

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The King's Shilling
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The King's Shilling

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Fiction. Young Adult. In this thrilling sequel to THE NOR'WESTER, Duncan Scott returns to England from Canada to search for his long-lost sister, Libby. Arriving on the Liverpool docks, Duncan learns that his sister's fate has captivated the entire ...

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Emily Patterson: The Heroic Life of a Milltown Nurse
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Emily Patterson: The Heroic Life of a Milltown Nurse

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Literary Nonfiction. When Emily Patterson arrives in the Pacific Northwest with her family in 1862, she finds herself worlds away from Bath, Maine, the staunchly pious township of her birth. Up the remote reaches of Vancouver Island's Alberni Inlet,...

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Narrow Bridge
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Narrow Bridge

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Poetry. Jewish Studies. "All the world is a narrow bridge," states Rabbi Nachman of Bresnov. "The important thing is not to be afraid at all." These poems, Barbara Pelman's third collection, explore bridges both real and metaphoric: the bridge conne...

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Railroad Of Courage
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Railroad Of Courage

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Fiction. Young Adult. This young reader novel about the Underground Railroad begins when Rebecca, a twelve-year-old slave in South Carolina, hears that Grower Brown plans to sell her father to another grower. Unwilling to accept the idea of slavery ...

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Song of Batoche
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Song of Batoche

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Fiction. Native American Studies. Louis Riel arrives at Batoche in 1884 to help the Métis fight for their lands and discovers that the rebellious outsider Josette Lavoie is a granddaughter of the famous chief Big Bear, whom he needs as an ally. But ...

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The Kingdom of No Worries
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The Kingdom of No Worries

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Fiction. Young Adult. What if you could create your own country on land nobody else wanted? Who would you let in and who would you keep out? Homeless people? Stray animals? People of different views and religions? Would you take money from big compa...

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Finding John Rae
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Finding John Rae

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Literary Nonfiction. This creative nonfiction biography of the celebrated Arctic explorer Dr. John Rae begins in 1854 when, on a mapping expedition to theBoothia Peninsula, Rae discovers the missing link in the Northwest Passage. On the same trip, a...

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Louis Riel: Let Justice Be Done
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Louis Riel: Let Justice Be Done

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Literary Nonfiction. Native American Studies. Louis Riel, prophet of the new world and founder of the Canadian province of Manitoba, has challenged Canadian politics, history and religion since the early years of Confederation. In Canada's most impo...

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Stealth of the Ninja
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Stealth of the Ninja

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Fiction. Young Adult. STEALTH OF THE NINJA, book eight in the "Submarine Outlaw" series, brings Alfred, our courageous and idealistic protagonist, to a whole new level of experience when he pilots his homemade submarine to Japan. Here he visits a st...

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Collecting Silence
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Collecting Silence

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Poetry. The poems in COLLECTING SILENCE leap and startle. In searing images, they explore both "the unbearable weight" and joy, as life arcs through youth to maturation to aging. These are poems that draw on Narwani's experience of growing up in Can...

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The Nor'Wester
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The Nor'Wester

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Fiction. Young Adult. This gripping novel for young readers begins in 1805, when fifteen–year–old Duncan Scott and his sister Libby lose their parents in a Glasgow cotton mill fire. Their tragedy is compounded when, through one reckless act of grief...

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