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Canadian Historical Association Prizes
"As part of its mandate to promote and recognise excellence in historical research, the CHA awards a series of prizes."
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Other Prizes in History in Canada
This page on the Canadian Historical Association's Web site lists other prizes in history awarded by various organizations.
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Eugene A. Forsey Prize in Canadian Labour and Working-Class History
"Thanks to an anonymous donor, the Canadian Committee on Labour History is pleased to announce the Eugene A. Forsey Prize competition. The CCLH, with the consent of the late Dr. Forsey's family, chose...
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W. Kaye Lamb Essay Scholarships
"The British Columbia Historical Federation awards two scholarships annually for essays written by students at BC colleges or universities on a topic relating to British Columbia history. One scholars...
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Legislative Library of British Columbia
The Legislative Library of British Columbia's catalogue (Java-capable browser required) contains a newspaper index (1992-present) and an BC magazine index (ca. 1993-present). Note: The Library's catal...
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Association for History and Computing
Summary: "An organisation dedicated to the use of computers in historical research." Includes a page of useful History Links.
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Canadian Young Historians Contest
The Council for Canada-Wide Standards in Education sponsors this national essay contest for young historians.
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Margaret Ormsby Scholarships
"In 1993, a group of graduate students, assisted by the British Columbia Heritage Trust and other historically minded supporters, created the Margaret Ormsby Scholarship project. A fund for donations ...
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Black History Canada
With content development by members of the Historica Foundation, the group that maintains the Canadian Encyclopedia Online, Black History Canada, available in English or French, contains an overview o...
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Explosion on the Kettle Valley Line: The Death of Peter Verigin
This Web site explores the mystery of an explosion on a Canadian Pacific Railway train on October 29, 1924 that killed the Doukhobor leader Peter Verigin in British Columbia.
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