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Ackinclose, Muriel Jarvis. For the Love of George: In Old Victoria and World War One. Victoria: The Author, 2005. 126 pp. 0968763618.

Books and Chapters in Books history Post-Confederation

Bishop, Emma; Collins, Ceridwen Ross; Marshall, Christina. “Black Pioneers who made Salt Spring Island their Home,” British Columbia History 2, no. 53 (2020): 18-22.

Journal Articles Black people history Post-Confederation Pre-Confederation

Burrows, Bob. Healing in the Wilderness: A History of the United Church Mission Hospitals. Madeira Park: Harbour Publishing, 2004. 240 pp. 1550173383.

Books and Chapters in Books health science history Indigenous Post-Confederation religion

Campbell, Kenneth. Persistence and Change: A History of the Ts’msyen Nation. Prince Rupert: First Nations Education Council, 2005. 240 pp. 189646221.

Books and Chapters in Books education history Indigenous Post-Confederation Pre-Confederation

Campbell, Lara. “Modernity and Progress: The Transnational Politics of Suffrage in British Columbia (1910-1916),” Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture & Social Justice 1, no. 41 (2020): 90-104, https://journals.msvu.ca/index.php/atlantis/article/view/5484.

Journal Articles gender history politcal science Post-Confederation

Carter, Sarah, Lesley Erickson, Patricia Roome, and Char Smith, eds. Unsettled Pasts: Reconceiving the West Through Women’s History. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2005. 442 pp. 1552381773.

Books and Chapters in Books colonialism gender history Indigenous Post-Confederation

Johnston, Hugh. “Gender Imbalance in Early British Columbia,” Canadian Issues (2006): 66-67.

Journal Articles Chinese gender history Post-Confederation South Asian people

McCallum, Todd. “The Great Depression’s First History?: The Vancouver Archives of Major J. S. Matthews and the Writing of Hobo History,” Canadian Historical Review 87, no. 1 (2006): 79-107.

Journal Articles history homelessness Post-Confederation

Pennier, Hank. ‘Call Me Hank’: A Sto:lo Man’s Reflection on Logging, Living, and Growing Old. Edited by Keith Thor Carlson and Kristina Fagan, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006. 123 pp. 9780802091611.

Books and Chapters in Books history Indigenous memoirl forestry Post-Confederation race and racism

Purvey, Diane, and Christopher Walmsley, eds. Child and Family Welfare in British Columbia: A History. Calgary: Detselig, 2005. 377 pp. 1550592904.

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