MENU

Author: Jim McDowell

Jim McDowell is a veteran British Columbia historian, who worked for many years as an educator, freelance writer, and independent reporter. He has published five books about early B.C. history. These include Hamatsa: The Enigma of Cannibalism on the Pacific Northwest Coast, FATHER AUGUST BRABANT: SAVIOUR OR SCOURGE?, and UNCHARTED WATERS: THE EXPLORATIONS OF JOSÉ NARVÁEZ (1768-1840). He resides in Steveston, B.C.

Father August Brabant: Saviour or Scourge?
Add to Shopping Cart 9781553801894
13 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $24.95 10/29/2012

Father August Brabant: Saviour or Scourge?

Ronsdale Press

Literary Nonfiction. Biography. Native American Studies. Father August Brabant (1845-1912) was the first Roman Catholic missionary to live and work among aboriginal people on the west coast of Vancouver Island during the colonial period. He endured ...

Learn More...

Uncharted Waters: The Explorations of Jose Narvaez (1768-1840)
Add to Shopping Cart 9781553804345
11 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $24.95 10/15/2015

Uncharted Waters: The Explorations of Jose Narvaez (1768-1840)

Ronsdale Press

Literary Nonfiction. Jim McDowell's new biography of the little-known Spanish explorer José María Narváez, reveals his significant discoveries during the European exploration of what is now Canada's Pacific Northwest Coast. Narváez was the first Eur...

Learn More...

 
Sign up for SPD e-newsletters