Vancouver cafe, Le Marché St. George. Janaki Larsen, her husband Pascal Roy, and sister Klee Larsen were featured in Anthology Magazine Spring 2014 issue in a story titled “All in the Family.” - See more at: http://anthologymag.com/blog3/2014/05/22/in-the-magazine-le-marche-st-george/#sthash.WrnqmrCY.dpuf Photograph by Claudette Carracedo.
Chief Dan George -Indian Actor, Tribal Chief, author, humanitarian. A native of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Chief Dan George was Chief of the Squamish Band of the Salish Indian Tribe of Burrard Inlet, British Columbia, and a highly respected actor of both American actors and Canadian actors.
Kwakiutl woman named Cla-lish, Fort Rupert, British Columbia, 1899. Kwakiutl is part of the Kwakwaka'wakw Nation. The proper name is Kwagu'l, in English "Smoke-Of-The-Word" Kwakiutl is an anglicized variant. The first documented contact was with Captain George Vancouver in 1792. Disease, from direct contact with European settlers along the West Coast of Canada, reduced the Kwakwaka'wakw population during the late 19th and early 20th century. Their population dropped by 75% between 1830-1880.