We Get Our Living Like Milk from the Land
Theytus Books, 1994 - History - 126 pages
We Get Our Living Like Milk from the Land is the first historical overview of the Okanagan Nation. It starts with the Creation Story, moves through the first contact of colonization and ends in the present.
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