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Tsleil-Waututh, canoe paddlers

Image of a canoe full of people paddling down a channel or bay. The canoe is seen from a distance, with a rocky shore visible in the foreground, and a hillside covered in buildings and forest visible in the background.

Anthony Carter

Tsleil-Waututh, canoe paddlers

Image of two people standing next to a canoe that is propped up in a yard. The canoe, which is upside down, ha s a white strip painted along the top edge, and is labelled `St. John.

Anthony Carter

Tsleil-Waututh, canoe paddlers

Image of two people standing next to a canoe that is propped up in a yard. The canoe, which is upside down, ha s a white strip painted along the top edge, and is labelled `St. John.

Anthony Carter

Tsleil-Waututh, canoe paddlers

Image of two people standing next to a canoe that is propped up in a yard. The canoe, which is upside down, ha s a white strip painted along the top edge, and is labelled `St. John.

Anthony Carter

Mosquito Creek, North Vancouver

Image of boats docked at this commercial marina in North Vancouver. This image is pictured on pages 46-47 of Carter's book Abundant Rivers, with the caption: "Once of well-known clam bed and fishing area for the Tsla-a-wat people, this area in now a commercial marina owned and operated by the resident North Vancouver Indians."

Anthony Carter