Date Of Record Release: 2007-11-03 17:33:08
Title: A Web of Understanding
Alternate Title: The Back Streets of Kootenay

Description: 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 by looking at the experiences of three different groups in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These groups were Sikh and Jewish immigrants and the Ktunaxa First Nation, original inhabitants of the Kootenay region where Fort Steele is located."

Release Flag: OK for Viewing
Coverage: Canada--British Columbia--Kootenay Region
Date Issued: 1999-11-30
Date Of Record Creation: 2003-12-28 09:50:21
Date Record Checked: 2007-11-03
Date Last Modified: 2007-11-03 17:33:50
Publisher: Fort Steele Heritage Town
Creator: Fort Steele Heritage Town
Subject: Sikhs--British Columbia--Kootenay Region--History
Jews--British Columbia--Kootenay Region--History
Classification: Historical Disciplines and Subjects -- First Nations and Metis
Historical Disciplines and Subjects -- Ethnic
Exhibitions Online -- Canada -- British Columbia
Historical Disciplines and Subjects -- Geography -- Regional-Community-Urban History -- British Columbia -- Kootenay (East and West) Region
Resource Type: Interactive Resource
Language: English
Audience: Lifelong Learner
Format: HTML
BC History Portal logo (View on C.P.R. showing four tunnels by C.S. Bailey)


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