Acknowledgments Introduction / Bruce Granville Miller 1 Coast Salish History / Alexandra Harmon 2 The Not So Common / Daniel Boxberger 3 We have to Take Care of Everything That Belongs to Us / Nxaxalhts'I, also known as Albert (Sonny) McHalsie 4 To Honour our Ancestors We Become Visible Again / Raymond (Rocky) Wilson 5 Toward an Indigenous Historiography: Events, Migrations, and the Formation of "Post-Contact" Coast Salish Collective Identities / Keith Thor Carlson 6 "I can lift her up ...": Fred Ewen's Narrative Complexity / Crisca Bierwert 7. Language Revival Programs of the Nooksack Tribe and the Sto:lo Nation / Brent Galloway 8. Sto:lo Identity and the Cultural Landscape of S'olh Temexw / Dave Schaepe 9. Conceptions of Coast Salish warfare, or Coast Salish Pacifism Reconsidered: Archaeology, History, and Ethnography / Bill Angelbeck 10. Consuming the Recent for Constructing the Ancient: The Role of Ethnography in Coast Salish Archaeological Interpretation / Colin Grier Contributors; Index
Bruce Granville Miller is a professor of anthropology at the University of British Columbia.