Proud to be Musqueam: Dedicated to Our Children

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  • May 24 - July 1988 (Theatre Gallery)
  • People have lived at Musqueam for at least 3,000 years. Over the last century the City of Vancouver has grown up around the Reserve created at this ancient site. In this exhibit of archival photographs and oral history, two Musqueam women, Verna Kenoras and Leila Stogan, tell the story of their people over the last one hundred years. Cosponsored by the Musqueam Band Council.

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Interim Annual Report April 1, 1998 - March 31, 1999

The report outlines the museum's activities and finances for the previous fiscal year as well as listing staff, exhibitions, public programming, events, research projects, and publications of the museum and its staff. It introduces the museum's new five-year strategic plan and mission statement. The report was submitted to the Faculty of Arts ahead of the regular annual report.

Proud to be Musqueam: Dedicated to Our Children

Subseries consists of records relating to the exhibit "Proud to be Musqueam: Dedicated to Our Children." The exhibit was coordinated by Lizanne Fisher and Elizabeth Johnson. It was installed at MOA in 1989; a travelling version was later created. Subseries includes agreements, Anthropology 341 course outline, brochures, correspondence, exhibit labels, funding proposal, memos, notes, permission forms, phone message, articles from conferences, newspapers and professional journals, and a student paper.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson