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Francis and Amy Barrow spent the summers between 1933 and 1941 exploring the west coast in their little boat, searching for and recording First Nations rock art and yarning with the homesteaders in remote bays and inlets.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 1st 1985 by TouchWood Editions
(first published 1985)
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This is a lovely little book about Francis & Amy Barrows. In the 1930's they roamed each summer in the remote coves, bays and inlets of Queen Charlotte Sound in British Columbia. They were looking for Indian art--petroglyphs or pictographs or old burial mounds with decorated boards. They would photograph these artworks and note the location and get the information to the Smithsonian, adding to their trove of information about the Haida and Tlingit tribes. During the course of their travels, ...more