1 edition of The Cowichan found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 141) and index.
|Statement||Georgina Montgomery ; photography by Kevin Oke|
|Contributions||Oke, Kevin, 1958-|
|LC Classifications||F1089.C73 M66 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||2009512835|
Cowichan Bay Often called Cow Bay, this funky little town about 10 minutes south of Duncan (take Cowichan Bay Road off Highway 1) is made up largely of houseboats and houses built on pilings over. Cowichan River tubing is a popular sport, and it has been perfected. There are at least two floating garbage and recycling bins along the way. As well, many of the beautiful homes that dot the shore line provide bins on their private docks for you to throw away your empties.
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This book has beautiful photographs depicting a multitude of gorgeous places in the Cowichan Region. It's a perfect book for the coffee table and for our Air BnB. The write-ups are very informative and interesting including all of Duncan and surrounding areas.
This book is 5/5(3). Originally commissioned by the Cowichan Tribes to teach their youth their history, this is a more academic look at the history of the Cowichan. It starts with their own rendition of how The Cowichan book appeared, and the first third of the book examines foundation legends from the Cowichan/5.
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The Cowichan library has a long and storied history. It began as a lending library dating back to the late ’s. During the Second World War, with a growing population in Duncan, the library moved to the federal customs building.
In a plebiscite was held and Duncan joined what was then called the Vancouver Island Union Library system. Cowichan Valley Citizen, Duncan, British Columbia. 9, likes 2, talking about this. The paper people turn to in the Cowichan ers: 11K.
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The Cowichan Leader was a Canadian newspaper published weekly in Duncan, on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, for years until it ceased publication in April The paper not only served Duncan, but also the neighbouring Cowichan Valley communities of Chemainus, Cobble Hill, Crofton, Ladysmith, Youbou, Honeymoon Bay, Lake Cowichan, and Shawnigan Lake.
The hikers’ and cyclists’ guide to the Cowichan Valley’s historic logging railways, the Kinsol Trestle and the Trans Canada Trail: ‘An indispensable guide for those who wish to discover Vancouver Island’s scenic and colourful past.’–Cowichan Valley Citizen. Three books in one with easy-to-follow directions and historic photos.
Cowichan tribes' beginning Hul'qumi'num': A language guide for parents, teachers and leaners (Quw'utsun syuw'entst) by Heather Smith Siska | 1 Jan Unknown Binding. Cowichan myth about the origin of fire. Origin Of 'exo'e Mask: Sto:lo: legend about the sacred sxwo:yxwey mask.
Recommended Books on Cowichan and Halkomelem Mythology Sasq'ets: Illustrated story-book about the Sto:lo sasquatch, in English and Halkomelem.
History and Folklore of the Cowichan Indians: Collection of Cowichan legends and. The Cowichan River was one of Canada’s first Heritage status rivers and it is one of the most highly rated trout rivers in North America.
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Hannah & the Wild Woods by the Cowichan Valley’s Carol Anne Shaw. It’s spring break and year-old Hannah Anderson is spending it with a group. Cowichan Indians -- History, Cowichan Indians, Tales -- British Columbia Publisher Victoria, B.C., The Colonist printing and publishing company, limited liability Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language EnglishPages: Find hotels in Cowichan, Canada.
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The Cowichan Valley Voice. K likes. Life in the Cowichan Valley!Followers: K. A local BC author recently discovered a rare manuscript stowed in the archives at the Lake Cowichan Museum while doing research for an upcoming book. The manuscript was written by Lieutenant-Colonel Andrew Haggard, a famous Victorian author, who often visited the area on sporting trips, and eventually purchased an estate along the Cowichan River.
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The Complete Cowichan Guide I’ve lived in Vancouver my whole life and in December, I visited Cowichan for the first time. Yes I’ve visited the island many times, raced in Duncan (my life was spent at the track, no sightseeing lol) and have driven through this region but have yet to explore it.
Cowichan Station,Cowichan Historical Museum in two or three colours, producing a warm bulky outer garment, that contrasts with the fine multi-coloured Scottish garments made from lightweight two-ply dyed yarn.
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We felt proud to own one because the Cowichan Indian sweater was as British Columbian as we could get. Our province gave them as. River Tales: Stories from My Cowichan Years by Liz Maxwell Forbes Crofton: Osborne Bay Books, $ / Reviewed by Georgina Montgomery * It has always been a happy thought to me that the creek runs on all night, new every minute, whether I wish it or know it or care, as a closed book on a shelf continues to whisper to itself its own inexhaustible tale.
-- from Annie Dillard. Explore Cowichan Valley holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | A swift drive northwest of Victoria on Hwy 1, the mild, almost Mediterranean climate of the Cowichan Valley has helped it develop as the island's major farming region. There's also a growing number of vineyards, cider-makers and even a tea farm.
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Cowichan Valley Regional District, a supra-municipal regional government; Cowichan Lake, a 30 km long body of water; the town of Lake Cowichan; Cowichan River; Cowichan Bay, British Columbia, a bay and community. the Cowichan sweater, a heavy-wool knit animal and geometric patterns made by the women of the Cowichan people.
Cowichan Tribes is the band government of the Cowichan, a group of Coast Salish peoples who live in the Cowichan Valley region on Vancouver over 3, registered members, it is the single largest First Nations band in British Columbia.
When the band was created pursuant to the Indian Act, seven nearby peoples were amalgamated into one "band."Country: Canada. Cowichan definition is - a Salishan people of Vancouver Island.
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The Cowichan: Duncan, Chemainus, Ladysmith and region: including Cobble Hill, Cowichan Bay, Cowichan Lake and communities, Crofton, Glenora, Maple Bay, Mill Bay and Shawnigan Lake.
[Georgina Montgomery; Kevin Oke].The famous and beautiful Ebook River is a fly fisherman’s paradise. The Cowichan River starts from the town of Lake Cowichan and flows dozens of miles to the city of Duncan, making it one of Vancouver Island’s largest rivers.
It is full of brown and rainbow trout.