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Heroines.ca: A Guide to Women in Canadian History
Created by Canadian historian Merna Forster, this site serves as a promotional vehicle for herself as a historian, her book,
100 Canadian Heroines: Famous and Forgotten Faces
(Dundurn Press, No...
The History of Metropolitan Vancouver
This Web site publicizes the development of local historian Chuck Davis' book scheduled for publication in 2007 by Harbour Publishing and titled The History of Metropolitan Vancouver. Site features in...
Alaska Historical Collections
Summary: "The U. S. Congress created the Alaska Historical Library and Museum on June 6, 1900. ... A U. S. Attorney General's opinion in 1922 declared the Alaska Historical Library and Museum a territ...
The Royal Engineers in Her Britannic Majesty's Colonies of Vancouver Island and British Columbia
This Web site celebrates the contributions of members of the Columbia Detachment of Royal Engineers, part of the British Army, which surveyed roads and townsites, participated in the construction of r...
Museum at Campbell River. Archives.
"The Archives Research Centre holds a wealth of information relating to the ethnography, settlement and industrial history of the northern Vancouver Island area. Collections include an extensive photo...
Nanaimo Community Archives
"Established as a not-for-profit organization in 1991, the Nanaimo Community Archives is the repository for community records that document the social, economic, political and geographic development o...
Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia
The Museum of Anthropology Web site at UBC contains general information about the museum's collections, as well as its internal archives and library collections.
"A Moment in Time": A Collection of Henry Twidle's Photographs
Amateur photographer Henry Twidle (1879-1956), an English immigrant, worked for the B.C. Mills Timber & Trade Company at Rock Bay in the early 1900s and later relocated to Granite Bay on Quadra Island...
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...
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