This history of Indigenous canoes from the Northwest Coast of North America includes the first comprehensive review of canoe types from the time of Newcomer contact in the late 18th century to contemporary times. Drawings, paintings, lines drawings and models illustrate canoes from the Columbia River to the Alaskan Panhandle. The canoe-making revival that began in the late 20th century is featured and canoe makers, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous are identified. More than fifty colour photographs illustrate canoes paddled in the annual Tribal Journeys from many locations along the Northwest Coast to a single celebratory rendezvous hosted by a First Nation.
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