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Peace River Country Land Settlement Digitization Project to 1914
This site consists of a database of information extracted from over 6,500 land application files for settlers who wished to settle or homestead on land in the Peace River Region of Alberta and British...
Canada's Historic Places
This site is houses the Canadian Register of Historic Places, and the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places.
Kla-soms Kwuth Tooqen ("Answer with Strength"): A Toolbox for Responding to Crown Land Referrals
Developed by the Sliammon First Nation and Ecotrust Canada, "the purpose of this site is to provide some useful information to First Nations land and resource practitioners in managing and responding ...
Database of selected, digitized photographs preserved in Alberta's archival institutions. As of September 2004, over 3,600 photographs pertain to British Columbia.
Graveyard of the Pacific: The Shipwrecks of Vancouver Island
A Virtual Museum of Canada Web site jointly produced by the Maritime Museum of British Columbia, the Museum at Campbell River, the Vancouver Maritime Museum and the Underwater Archaeological Society o...
Rolf Knight: Manuscripts
This site contains downloadable copies of Rolf Knight's books in Adobe Acrobat PDF and Microsoft Word formats.
was first published on February 24, 1964 by Walt Grealis, and ceased publication in 2000. This Library and Archives Canada "site celebrates the exceptional contributions of Walt Grea...
Research and Publications Site of Dr. James McDonald
Web site of University of Northern British Columbia professor of anthropology and First Nations Studies, Dr. James Andrew McDonald, who is also a participant in the Kitsumkalum Social History Research...
The Kids' Site of Canadian Settlement
This Library and Archives Canada site introduces the settlement of Canada by selected Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal populations representative of various parts of the country. The site includes educat...
Chinese Canadian Historical Society of British Columbia
Founded in 2004 and based in Vancouver, the society promotes the study and public knowledge about Chinese Canadian contributions to the history and development of British Columbia.
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