UBC Press is proud to publish outstanding scholarly works by some of the world’s preeminent scholars. We congratulate our authors and volume editors who have been recognized with awards and citations.
Native Peoples and the Economic History of Northern Manitoba, 1870-1930
In this groundbreaking study, Frank Tough examines the role of Native peoples, both Indian and Metis, in the economy of northern Manitoba from Treaty 1 to the Depression.
1998, Winner - Clio Award (Prairie Region), Canadian Historical Association
The British Fur Trade on the Pacific, 1793-1843
This books examines the Hudson's Bay company exploration efforts beyond the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean from 1793 to 1843 – which led to the commercial development of the Pacific coast and the Cordilleran interior of western North America.
1997, Winner - Medal for Historical Writing, Lieutenant Governer
Literacy and Revolution in South China, 1949-95
This social and political history of the struggle for literacy in rural China shows how China's revolutionary leaders conceived and promoted literacy in the countryside and how villagers made use of the literacy education they were offered.
1997, Winner - K.D. Srivastava Award, UBC Press
Women, Men, and Community in the Klondike
Gamblers and Dreamers tackles some of the myths about the history of the North in the era of the gold rush.
1999, Winner - Clio Award (North), Canadian Historical Association
2000, Winner - W. Turrentine Jackson Prize, Western History Association
Native Cowboy Life
Throughout the world, the image of the cowboy is an instantly recognized symbol of the North American West. This lavishly illustrated book tells the story of some of the first cowboys – the Native peoples of the Plains and Plateau.
1998, Winner - Alcuin Citation for excellence in book design in Canada, Alcuin Society
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