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Unidentified First Nations village

Shoreline perspective of an unidentified coastal village situated on B.C.’s north coast. European style houses run parallel to a rocky shore. Seven men and one child stand within this frame and totem poles and a mortuary pole are also visible alon...

Rock carvings

Carvings visible on a moss covered rocky outcrop. Handwritten annotation in pencil on verso reads: “Rock carvings. Copper Mountain, Al”.

View of the Agora, UNBC

Photograph depicts the Agora center at the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George, B.C. Sign in foreground reads "Agora/Student Centre". Unidentified individuals can be seen in red blankets on upper walkway in backgroun...

Moran Signing Copy of 'Judgement at Stoney Creek'

Photograph depicts Bridget Moran seated at table covered with copies of 'Judgement at Stoney Creek'. Three copies of 'Stoney Creek Woman' are also displayed on table. Bookshelves in background. Photo believed to have been taken...

'Ksan

Image depicts the historical village of 'Ksan near Hazelton, B.C.

'Ksan

Image depicts the 'Ksan historical village in Hazelton, B.C.

'Ksan

Image depicts the 'Ksan historical village in Hazelton, B.C.

Carving a Totem Pole

Image depicts several unidentified individuals inside a building, one of which is carving a totem pole. The location is uncertain.

First Nations Drums

Image depicts several unidentified individuals standing outside a building, and holding intricately painted drums; the woman on the right is Sue Sedgwick. The location is uncertain.

First Nations Drums

Image depicts several unidentified individuals standing outside a building, and holding intricately painted drums. The location is uncertain.

Woman in the Street

Image depicts a woman, wearing clothes reminiscent of traditional First Nations, who appears to be dancing in the street outside of a Native Friendship Centre in Prince George, B.C. A large crowd is looking on.

Yinka Dene [Language Institute]

File consists of Yinka Dene [Language Institute]: Letter to Brian Lam, Arsenal Pulp Press from Bridget Moran re: inclusion of excerpts from Stoney Creek Woman into a publication by the Yinka Dene Language Institute entitled "Mary Goes to Leja...

"Stoney Creek Woman" Album

File consists of:Photographs of Mary John and Bridget Moran autographing copies of Stoney Creek Woman at Woodward's book store (taken by David Mah May 27, 1989); Mary John and Bridget Moran at a book signing at Mosquito Books, Prince George, ...

Bridget Moran Autographing Books for Students

Photograph depicts Moran seated amongst standing group of unidentified women. Overhead machine and chalkboard in background. Photograph was taken at session of Aboriginal Women's Training Program at the Cowichan Campus, Malaspina University C...

Lieutenant Governor Lam Congratulating Bridget Moran

Handwritten annotation on recto: "His Honour David C. Lam congratulates Bridge Moran of Prince George for her award winning book - Stoney Creek Woman." Lieutenant Governor Lam stands in formal attire on left, presenting medal to Moran. T...

Moran Giving Speech as Best Author of 1988

Handwritten annotation on recto: "Bridget Moran thanks the B.C. Historical Federation for recognizing her as best author of 1988." Moran stands behind microphone, holding award. Don Sale and Naomi Miller of the B.C. Historical Federation...

Photographs and Newspaper Clippings

File consists of 68 photographs and newspaper clippings. The newspaper clippings include "Bravo" (Time Colonist, Dec. 1, 1996) and "Bridget looks back into the eye of storm" (The Citizen, Feb. 21, 1983). The photographs consist...

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