The Buffalo People

Pre-contact Archaeology on the Canadian Plains

By (author): Liz Bryan
ISBN 9781894384919
Softcover | Publication Date: May 1, 2005
Book Dimensions: 6 in x 9 in
224 Pages
$19.95 CAD

About the Book

Liz Bryan reconstructs the lives of some of the very first Canadians, who lived as nomadic buffalo hunters between the final days of the great Ice Age and the coming of the first Europeans. Bryan went beyond the part of their story that can be told through oral history, taking clues from decades of archaeological research.

In a writing style that is non-scientific yet based on scientific evidence, Bryan explains where the buffalo people might have come from and how they got on with their lives. Photographs, maps and line drawings help illustrate this immensely entertaining and informative account of these most ancient people.

About the Author(s)

Liz Bryan is a journalist, author, photographer, and co-founder of Western Living magazine. Bryan has written several books, including Pioneer Churches of Vancouver Island and the Salish Sea: An Explorer’s Guide (which was a finalist for the Lieutenant Governor's Historical Writing Competition), River of Dreams: A Journey through Milk River Country, and Stone by Stone: Exploring Ancient Sites on the Canadian Plains.