Assiniboia exported patterns of culture, settlement and religion to the Hudson Bay Company’s Columbia District. That’s us here out on the Pacific Coast, north of California, more or less what is called […]
44. Assiniboia: Capital of The Pacific Northwest. Part 1.
Assiniboia was a mixed race community at the heart of North America in the early 19th Century. The culture (and violence) created there would shape the creation of modern cultures in the […]
43. Assiniboia, Capital of the Pacific Northwest
The Northwest… A Little Bit of the Far Northwest: The Bearpaw Battlefield on a Rainy June Day Here ended the independence of the Nimiípu’u in 1871 after using the remoteness of Montana […]
35. The Long Arm of New France: War By Other Means, Part 2
In the previous post, I showed how even the simplest concepts of property and individuality from the settlement era in the Pacific Northwest (180 years ago) have determined much of the world […]