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[Accepted, forthcoming 2019] Keith Thor Carlson with Naxaxalhts'i (Albert McHalsie) “Indigenous Memoryscapes: Stó:lō History from Stone and Fire,” in Steven High and Eerika Koskinen-Koivisto, eds., Memoryscape/Memory and Place Handbook, Oxford University Press.

 

[Accepted, forthcoming 2018] Keith Thor Carlson, “‘Don’t Destroy the Writing’: Time- and Space-based Communication and the Colonial Strategy of Mimicry in Nineteenth Century Salish-Missionary Relations on Canada’s Pacific Coast,” in Tony Ballantyne and Lachlan Paterson, eds., Indigenous Textual Cultures, the Politics of Difference and the Dynamism of Practice (Durham: Duke University Press, 2018).

 

2018. Keith Thor Carlson*, John S Lutz, David Schaepe, “Decolonizing Ethnohistory,” in Keith Thor Carlson*, John S. Lutz, David Schaepe, and Albert McHalsie, eds., Toward a New Ethnohistory: Community-engaged Scholarship Among the People of the River (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2018).

 

Keith Thor Carlson, “Broken Bargains: The Creation and Reduction of Ts’elxéyeqw Indian Reserves,” in David Schaepe, ed., Being Ts’elxéyeqw: First Peoples’ Voices and History from the Chilliwack-Fraser Valley, British Columbia, (Vancouver: Harbour Press, 2018). [not peer reviewed]

 

2017. Keith Thor Carlson, “‘We Could Not Help Noticing the Fact That Many of Them Were Cross-Eyed’: Historical Evidence and Coast Salish Leadership”, in Myra Rutherdale, Kerry Abel, and P. Whitney Lackenbauer (eds.), Roots of Entanglement: Essays in the History of Native-Newcomer Relations (Toronto, Buffalo, London: University of Toronto Press, 2017), pp 337-372.

 

2012. Ken Coats* and Keith Thor Carlson, “Different Peoples, Shared Lands: Historical Perspectives on Native-Newcomer Relations Surrounding Resource Use in British Columbia,” in D.B. Tindall and Ronald L. Trosper, eds., Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada (UBC Press, 2012)

 

2011. Keith Thor Carlson, “Orality About Literacy: The ‘Black and White’ of Salish History,” in Keith Thor Carlson, Kristina Fagan, and Natalia Khanenko-Friesen eds., Orality and Literacy: Reflections Across Disciplines (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011). 43-69.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Reading and Listening at Batoche,” in Carlson, Fagan and Khanenko-Friesen, eds., Orality and Literacy: Reflections across Disciplines (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011). Co-author with Fagan, and Khanenko-Friesen. 25pgs.

 

Keith Thor Carlson, “Aboriginal Diplomacy: Queen Victoria Comes to Canada, and Coyote Goes to London” in Whitney Lackenbaur, and Marshall Bier, eds., Indigenous Diplomacies, (Hampshire: Paulgrave MacMillan, 2009) 29pgs.

 

2007. Keith Thor Carlson, “Innovation, Tradition, Colonialism, and Aboriginal Fishing Conflicts in the Lower Fraser Canyon,” in Ted Binnema and Susan Neylan, eds., New Histories for Old: Changing Perspectives on Canada’s Native Past (UBC Press, 2007). 43pgs

 

Keith Thor Carlson, “The Chilliwack Migration,” in Ron Denman, The Chilliwack Story (Chilliwack: Chilliwack Museum and Archives, 2007). Co-author with Ron Denman. 5pgs. (Not peer reviewed).

 

Keith Thor Carlson, “Toward An Indigenous Historiography: Events, Migrations, and the Formation of ‘Post-Contact’ Coast Salish Collective Identities,” in Bruce G. Miller ed., “Be of Good Mind”: Essays on the Coast Salish, (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press). 46pgs.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Reflections on Indigenous History and Memory: Reconstructing and Reconsidering Contact,” in John Lutz, ed., Myth and Memory: Stories of Indigenous-European Contact. (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2007). 41pgs.

 

2006. Keith Thor Carlson, “The Indians and the Crown: Aboriginal Memories of Royal Promises in Pacific Canada,” in Colin Coates ed., Majesty in Canada, (Edinborough, Scotland: Dundurn Press, 2005). 30pgs.

 

2005. Keith Thor Carlson, “The Chilliwacks and the River Valley,” in Ron Denman ed., In the Arms of the Mountains: A History of the Chilliwack River Valley, (Chilliwack BC: Chilliwack River Valley Historical Society, 2006) 2pgs. (Not peer reviewed).

 

2001. Keith Thor Carlson, “Making the World Right through Transformations,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 1, pp.6-7. Co-authored with Sonny McHalsie and David Schaepe.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Expressions of Collective Identity,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 8, pp.24- 29.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Stó:lô Migrations and Shifting Identity,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds.,  A Stó:lô- Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 9, pp.30-31.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Changing Households, Changing Houses,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds., A Stó:lô- Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 13, pp.40-47. Junior author with David Schaepe, Sonny McHalsie, and Patricia Omerod

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Inter-Community Conflicts,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds.,A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 14, pp.48-49.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Memories of Defense,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 15, pp.50- 51. Senior author with Kelly, Hugh, Harry Edwards and Andy Commodore,

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Expressions of Trade and Exchange,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds., A Stó:lô - Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 18, pp.56-57.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “History Wars: Considering Contemporary Fishing Site Disputes,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 19, pp.58-59.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “The Numbers Game: Interpreting Historical Stó:lô Demographics,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 27, pp.76-83.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Perceptions and Perspectives of the ‘Other,’” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 28, pp.84-91.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “The Fraser River Gold Rush, 1858,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 29, pp.92- 93.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Indian Reservations,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 30, pp.94-95.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “European Mapping of an Unfamiliar World,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds.,  A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 44, pp128-133.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Prophesy,” in Keith Thor Carlson, McHalsie, Schaepe, et. al., eds., A Stó:lô -Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 46, pp.154-161.

 

1999.  Keith Thor Carlson, “Indian Folk History and Place Names,” in Dalphne Sleigh, ed., One Foot on the Border: The History of Sumas Prairie and Area, (Abbotsford: Sumas Prairies and Area Historical Society, 1999), 3pgs. Senior author with Sonny McHalsie.  (Not peer reviewed)

 

1997. Keith Thor Carlson, “First Contact—Smallpox: ‘A Sickness No Medicine Could Cure and No Person Escape,’” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.27-40.

 

         Keith Thor Carlson, “Stó:lo-Xwelitem Relations During the Fur and Salmon Trade Era,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.41-52.

 

        Keith Thor Carlson, “A Legacy of Broken Promises: The Xwelítem Exploration and Settlement of S’olh Téméxw,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.53-86.

 

        Keith Thor Carlson, “Early Nineteenth Century Stó:lô Social Structures and Government Assimilation Policy,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.87-108.

 

        Keith Thor Carlson, “Stó:lô People and the Development of the B.C. Wage Labour Economy,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.109-124. Co-author with John Lutz

 

        Keith Thor Carlson, “Stó:lô Soldiers, Stó:lô Veterans,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.125-138.

 

        M. Teresa Carlson*, Keith Thor Carlson, Brian Thom and Albert McHalsie, “Spoken Literature,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.181-196.

*Book covers shown do not actually represent the whole look of the book.