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Riotous Times: An Unauthorized History of Riots and Violent Protests in British Columbia
     

Riotous Times: An Unauthorized History of Riots and Violent Protests in British Columbia

by James Foster Robinson
 
The history of the province of British Columbia, Canada, is riff with riots and violent encounters. Race riots, sports riots and labor riots have occured there with alarming frequency. This book explores the many incidents that happened since the early 1800's.

Overview

The history of the province of British Columbia, Canada, is riff with riots and violent encounters. Race riots, sports riots and labor riots have occured there with alarming frequency. This book explores the many incidents that happened since the early 1800's.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781448663842
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
08/19/2009
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.34(d)

Meet the Author

James Foster Robinson was born in Ogdensburg, New York, USA but grew up in Prescott, Ontario, Canada. He has lived and worked in Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia. In 2005, he moved to West Virginia and married his present wife, Betty. Jim has two books published by Mika Publishing, Belleville, Ontario: Amazing Tales from Eastern Ontario, 1987; Strange But True Tales From Eastern Ontario, 1989. These two books along with others written by Jim are shown on his website - jamesfosterobinson.com. He has also published numerous articles in national magazines, daily and weekly newspapers. While living in Vancouver, BC, Jim was a Feature Writer on Suite101.com for topics - The Art of Storytelling, Storyteller's Korner, Sleep Disorders, Professional Security, and Liechtenstein. In addition, he was a Storyteller both in Kingston, Ontario and in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

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