Historical Disciplines and Subjects -- Industrial
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Porcher Island Cannery
Created by Michael Olson, this Web site documents through text, photographs and Olson's artwork the Porcher Island Cannery south of Prince Rupert.
BC Explorers: A Digital History of the Pacific Northwest
Douglas Dunn created this site "to allow individuals to share information about some of the historic and interesting sites in the Pacific Northwest." The site includes digitized content from various h...
Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia
According to the front page (viewed 2008-03-30), "This site is about the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia between 1871 and 1885. There are 3 phases to this project. There is overlap in tim...
Balance of Power: Hydroelectric Development in Southeastern British Columbia
A Virtual Museum of Canada site documenting the history of hydroelectric development in southeastern British Columbia through interactive maps, photographs and text.
Salmon on the Skeena
Illustrates and describes the importance of the salmon fishery on the Skeena River to the First Nations and white entrepreneurs, including salmon cannery operators, between 7000 BC and 1920 AD.
Moodyville, A Lost Community
A Macromedia Flash-enabled presentation on the history of Moodyville, the earliest White settlement on the north shore of Burrard Inlet where the City of North Vancouver now exists. The site includes ...
Cassiar, Do You Remember?
"This website is devoted to keeping alive the memories of the now-closed company mining town of Cassiar, British Columbia, Canada and its former residents. ... Many Cassiarites from the 40-year histor...
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