Historical Disciplines and Subjects -- Ethnic
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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.
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...
British Columbia Black History Awareness Society
"The British Columbia Black History Awareness Society, a non-profit society, was formed in February 1994 to continue the work started by the British Columbia Black History Awareness Committee, namely ...
The Children of Fort Langley
The Children of Fort Langley traces the descendants of Fort Langley employees, and contains many valuable links to resources pertaining to the fur trade period.
Japanese Canadian National Museum
The Japanese Canadian National Museum is located in Burnaby.
Icelandic Archives of British Columbia
The Icelandic Archives of BC is "a community archives whose purpose is to collect and maintain original documentation and artifacts concerning the history of Icelanders and their descendants in the Pr...
Black Historical and Cultural Society of British Columbia
The Black Historical and Cultural Society of British Columbia promotes the cultural heritage and history British Columbia's Black community.
Langham Japanese Canadian Museum
Once home to Japanese Canadians interned during World War Two, the Langham Japanese Canadian Museum in the Langham Building in Kaslo commemorates these years. The Web site includes selected historic p...
MSA Museum Society
The MSA (Matsqui-Sumas-Abbotsford) Museum Society operates the Trethewey House Heritage Site on on Mill Lake in Abbotsford, as well as acquires and preserves archival records and museum artifacts pe...
A Web of Understanding
Online exhibit based on the exhibit The Back Streets of Kootenay that opened at Fort Steele Heritage Town in the summer of 2001. "The exhibit examined the historic roots of prejudice and intolerance b...
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