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British Columbia City Directories, 1860-1901
With the assistance of a 2007 grant from the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre's BC History Digitization Program, Vancouver Public Library digitized its holdings of city (business) directories dating b...
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British Columbia Genealogy Society
Formed in 1971 and a registered, non-profit society, one of the British Columbia Genealogy Society's main goals is to collect, publish and preserve materials "relevant to the promotion of ethical prin...
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Campbell River Genealogy Society
On November 5th 2002, the Campbell River Genealogy Club became the Campbell River Genealogy Society. The Web site includes transcripts of the 1901 Canadian Census.
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Canadian Genealogy Centre
"The Canadian Genealogy Centre Web site is an online centre that will provide access to all genealogical resources in Canada. It will offer genealogical content, services, advice, and tools, and provi...
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Chinese-Canadian Genealogy
A research guide by the Vancouver Public Library and members of the Chinese-Canadian community, on investigating Chinese family history.
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Gabriola Museum Archives
The Gabriola Museum Archives features records pertaining to this southern Gulf Island. The Web site features family histories, transcripts of selected articles from the Nanaimo Free Press about Gabrio...
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Kamloops Museum and Archives
The Kamloops Museum and Archives, also known as the Mary Balf Archives, serves the City of Kamloops and those interested in the history of the city and outlying region. The city also offers a
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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...
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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.
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