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English 230: Home
This course guide is for Nicola’s English 230 Directed Study Students. These resources will help you learn more about the Haisla Nation, and the topics discussed in Eden Robinson’s Monkey Beach.
The website of the Haisla Nation includes great information on the history, culture, and language of the Haisla people. Look under the "Community" tab.
Books and eBooks
TOP TIP: Browse the 971.1 section of the library shelves. Many books in this area have excellent information about North Coast First Nations and traditional life. Library staff can help you find the right area to look in.
First-hand account of the Haisla people by a missionary in the early part of the 20th Century. Because her goal was to convert the Haisla away from their traditional beliefs, the editor of this book has added an introduction and conclusion that help readers better understand the information she provides.