Stoney Creek Woman

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Stoney Creek Woman
  • Bridget Moran
  • English
  • 06 May 2018
  • 1551520478

About the Author: Bridget Moran

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Stoney Creek Woman The captivating story of Mary John who passed away in 2004 , a pioneering Carrier Native whose life on the Stoney Creek reserve in central BC is a capsule history of First Nations life from a unique woman s perspective A mother of twelve, Mary endured much tragedy and heartbreak the pangs of racism, poverty, and the deaths of six children but lived her life with extraordinary grace and courage Years after her death, she continues to be a positive role model for Aboriginals across Canada In 1997 she received the Order of Canada This edition of Stoney Creek Woman, one of Arsenal s all time bestsellers, includes a new preface by author Bridget Moran, and new photographs Shortlisted for the Roderick Haig Brown Regional Prize Now in its 14th printing. New Download eBook Stoney Creek Woman By Bridget Moran – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Stoney Creek Woman

  1. Marie says:

    Read for Grade 8 years ago but have just re read it for an Aboriginal Studies class A very easy and enjoyable book to read The story that it tells is a very powerful one.

  2. Jennifer Kimbley says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here My goal for 2019 is to read 25 works by Canadian female authors This is my third book, and the second time I ve read it.5 5, as this book is sentimental for me I knew the author Bridget and I were on the board of directors for our local community college She didn t want a service after she died, but her daughter encouraged her to plan one, and she arranged for all present to sing Solidarity Forever As a passionate unionist, I treasure this memory and might do the same thing.I would have My goal for 2019 is to read 25 works by Canadian female authors This is my third book, and the second time I ve read it.5 5, as this book is sentimental for me I knew the author Bridget and I were on the board of directors for our local community college She didn t want a service after she died, but her daughter encouraged her to plan one, and she arranged for all present to sing Solidarity Forever As a passionate unionist, I treasure this memory and might do the same thing.I would have liked to have met Mary I get the sense that she woul...

  3. Caylee Richardson says:

    Good things come in small packages Very simple book, but powerful I enjoyed it.Was ready for my Aboriginal Studies class It is about an Aboriginal Woman from Stoney Creek in Northern BC.

  4. Andrea says:

    The final book I have to read for my Canadian Literature course on Residential Schools starting in the Fall 2015 The last, but definitely not the least, as the saying goes I really enjoyed the differing perspectives and narrative styles throughout the course of the reading material Each has brought it s own unique style and take on a tragic and senseless part of Canadian history What I liked most about Stoney Creek Woman was that only the beginning was really about Mary John s time in resi The final book I have to read for my Canadian Literature course on Residential Schools starting in the Fall 2015 The last, but definitely not the least, as the saying goes I really enjoyed the differing perspectives and narrative styles throughout the course of the reading material Each has brought it s own unique style and take on a tragic and senseless part of Canadian history What I liked most about Stoney Creek Woman was that only the beginning was really about Mary John s time in...

  5. tamarack says:

    Enjoyable and easy to read which was great, because I was terrified to find out this was only a part of my week s history readings Brutal.This autobiography as told to is insightful and gave a good concrete herstory of the Carrier nation near Vanderhoof, BC I am left with the impression that, in some ways, Mary John was one of the fortunates of this time She was not killed by tuberculosis like so many in her village, she was favoured at the residential school she attended, and her fami Enjoyable and easy to read which was great, because I was terrified to find out this was only a part of my week s history readings Brutal.This autobiography as told to is insightful and gave a good concrete herstory of the Carrier nation near Vanderhoof, BC I am left with the impression that, in some ways, Mary John was one of the fortunates of this time She...

  6. Lisa says:

    A simple, easy to read book about the life of a string Native woman in central BC from the 1950s 1980s The first person accounts of racism then was very informative I can t even imagine what it would feel like to be denied entrance to a cafe It a good account of daily remote reservation survival.

  7. Margaret says:

    I love stories of strong women who have worked hard to overcome unfortunate circumstances I find them inspiring and this looks like it will fit that bill.Interesting reading really kind of a tough life basically living off the land You can t help but admire the wonderful spirit of this woman.

  8. Linda says:

    This is the story of a strong, beautiful, amazing woman I don t think I can ever read enough of these books Lovely

  9. Janine says:

    First read this book for a history class, but have re read it several times A very interesting book about the life of Mary John, a Carrier native woman living in northern British Columbia.