BC Studies 122 (Summer 1999)

BC Studies 122 (Summer 1999)

Review Essay

Writing Women into British Columbia History

Issue BC Studies 122 (Summer 1999)

by Adele Perry (pgs: 85-8)

  • By Snowshoe, Buckboard, and Steamer: Women of the Frontier
    by Kathryn Bridge
  • Mainstays: Women Who Shaped BC
    by Cathy Converse
  • Henry and Self: The Private Life of Sarah Crease, 1826-1922
    by Kathryn Bridge

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Making Sense of Forestry

Issue BC Studies 122 (Summer 1999)

by Gordon Hak (pgs: 89-92)

  • Tie Hackers to Timber Harvesters: The History of Logging in the BC Interior
    by Kenneth Drushka
  • Troubles in the Rainforest: British Columbia's Forest Economy in Transition
    by Trevor J. Barnes
  • Clearcutting of the Pacific Rain Forest: Production, Science, and Regulation
    by Richard A. Rajala
  • Kenneth Drushka
    by Tracks in the Forest: The Evolution of Logging Machinery

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Book & Film Reviews


Daniel Clayton is a Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. His book, Islands of Truth: The Imperial Fashioning of Vancouver Island, will be published by UBC Press later this year.

Gordon Hak teaches in the History Department at Malaspina University-College.

Mary-Ellen Kelm is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Northern British Columbia. Her recent book, Colonizing Bodies: Aboriginal Health and Healing in British Columbia, 1900-1950, won the CHA's Sir John A. MacDonald Prize for 1998.

Adele Perry is completing a post-doctoral fellowship at UBC and finishing a book on gender, race, and the making of British Columbia. She will shortly take up a position in the Department of History at the University of Manitoba.

Peter A. Russell teaches at Okanangan University College. He has published widely on twentieth century Canadian protest politics and nineteenth century agricultural history.

John Jezierski is a Professor of History at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan. He is completing a major study of Henry G. Peabody.