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Ye Spipath

Baby Bears

"Ye Spipath - Baby Bears" is a hilarious true story from the life of Dr. Elizabeth Herrling, the oldest living speaker of the Halq'emeyelem language. Told in her own words, entirely in her own language, it tells the story of how Elizabeth and he...


Format: Saddle Stitch Softcover(Color)

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/ What the Hupacasath Did During the Four Seasons: How They Worked on Getting Food and Tools Made From Bones

Hupacasath did everything according to seasons. Preparations were done during each season for the next. Tools were made from hard wood, sinew, shells, pitch, and rocks. Our people were very clever in making these tools. Our people knew exactly wh...


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Set.setsíntns re Stsmémelt

The east dialect version of Children’s Songs was first written in 1987 at the Secwepemc Cultural Education Society. The songs were recorded by: Ethel Billy - Adams Lake Band Bridget Dan - Alkali Lake Band Ann Michel - Adams Lake Band The illustrat...


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Sasq'ets

In 2002, shortly before she passed away, one of the last living speakers of Sto:lo Halq'emeylem (a Salishan language spoken in Southern British Columbia) visited a small recording studio in Chilliwack, where she recorded an oral version of a story...


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