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150 Years in Golden Mountain: In Celebration of 150 Years of Chinese Achievements in Canada
The Victoria Chinese Commerce Association established August 8, 2008 (08/08/08), "an auspicious triple 8", as the date to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first Chinese to settle in British Colu...
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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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Across the Generations: A History of the Chinese in Canada
This Canada's Digital Collections site traces the history of Chinese settlement in Canada, beginning with the immigrants' experiences in British Columbia.
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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.
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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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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 ...
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Canada in the Making
Educational resource developed by the Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions as part of its Early Canadiana Online Web site. Canada in the Making uses digital facsimiles of government do...
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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.
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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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Fort Steele Heritage Town
Fort Steele Heritage Town is operated by the provincial government as a heritage attraction. In addition to functioning as a living museum, Fort Steele maintains its own research archives. The Web sit...
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