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Crompton, Greg. “The Okanagan Lake theme park on Rattlesnake Island” (2020) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEOJsjUmZYU&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=5.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation

Crompton, Greg. “The Penticton plane crash you never heard about” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9tIr3qyz6Q&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=16.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation

Crompton, Greg. “The real story of Ogopogo” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjCGlSMiT6g&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=18.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation

Crompton, Greg. “The real story of the curse of Fernie” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bdoTyE-nNQ&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=29.


Audiovisual Materials colonialism history Indigenous Post-Confederation

Crompton, Greg. “The story of the first B.C. selfie, shot in the 1800s” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MhTZtUxg9E&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=23.


Audiovisual Materials gender history Post-Confederation visual arts

Crompton, Greg. “The world's largest cherry pie was baked in Oliver” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpSQc8Uo_G0&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=14.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation

Crompton, Greg. “This B.C. gold miner buried his wife... three times!” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WFY4MRdZAs&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=20.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation

Crompton, Greg. “This Vernon artist was kept captive for years” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=po9crOdRVFg&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=15.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation visual arts

Crompton, Greg. “This woman traveled 77 days to rescue miners from scurvy” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEysrjDE54g&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=27.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation

Crompton, Greg. “What happened to the Kelowna Regatta” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SV3R4axBsAM&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=1.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation

Crompton, Greg. “Why is there a Spirit Bear in Captivity in BC” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99_WPmwtG0k&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=2.


Audiovisual Materials environmental studies history Indigenous Post-Confederation

Crompton, Greg; Garrard, Jem. “John Candy starred in a fishing TV show nobody ever saw” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation tourism

Crompton, Greg; Garrard, Jem. “Meet Nanaimo's pirate mayor who started the bathtub races” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7-eeO0eqJ8&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=9.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation tourism

Crompton, Greg; Garrard, Jem. “Some of Salt Spring Island's first settlers were former slaves” (2020) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMoiEWQ929U&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=7.


Audiovisual Materials Black people history Post-Confederation Pre-Confederation

Crompton, Greg; Garrard, Jem. “The Ripple Rock Explosion Explained” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3idX0J6vE5E&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=31.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation

Crompton, Greg; Garrard, Jem. “The untold story of Tofino legend Fred Tibbs” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RAkf9yeUqQ&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=11.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation

Cumine, Adam. “From sagebrush to fruit trees in Osoyoos,” Okanagan Historical Society Report 47 (1983): 131-36, https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/ohs/items/1.0132220#p134z-3r0f:.


Journal Articles history memoir Post-Confederation

Cunningham, Rosemary. “A Debt Acknowledged: Iby Koerner’s Contribution to Vancouver,” British Columbia History 39, no. 2 (2006): 12-20, https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/bch/items/1.0190697#p0z-5r0f:.


Journal Articles biography history Post-Confederation visual arts

Davies, Mallory Quinn. “'We educate wayward girls here': educational policy regarding teen mothers in Vancouver, 1959-2019.” MA. University of British Columbia, 2020. http://hdl.handle.net/2429/75755.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects education gender history Post-Confederation

Davies, Megan Jean. Into the House of Old: A History of Residential Care in British Columbia. McGill-Queen's/Associated Medical Services (Hannah Institute) Studies in the History of Medicine, Health, and Society, no. 14, Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003. 247 pp. 0773525025.


Books and Chapters in Books health sciences history Post-Confederation

Davis, Chuck. “A Palace of Entertainment: Vancouver's Orpheum Turns Seventy-Five,” British Columbia Historical News 36, no. 2 (2003): 16-20, https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/bch/items/1.0190694#p0z-5r0f:.


Journal Articles history Post-Confederation

Davison, J Robert. “Chinese at William Head: a photograph album,” British Columbia Historical News 16, no. 4 (1983): 18-20, https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/bch/items/1.0190638#p17z-2r0f:.


Journal Articles Chinese history Post-Confederation

Dawn, Leslie. National Visions, National Blindness: Canadian Art and Identities in the 1920s. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2006. 446 pp. 9780774812177.


Books and Chapters in Books history Post-Confederation visual arts

Dawson, Peter E. “The Relocation of Aboriginal People in Canada, 1952 to 1967: A United Nations Human Rights Analysis From a Cultural Perspective, Cultural Genocide.” PhD. York University, 2001. https://bac-lac.on.worldcat.org/oclc/1017553507.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects colonialism history Indigenous Post-Confederation sociology

Dickinson, Peter. My Vancouver dance history: story, movement, community. Montreal, QC: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2020. 384 pp. 978-0228001089 (pbk). pp.


Books and Chapters in Books history Post-Confederation

Dixon, John, and Murray Mollard. “The British Columbia Civil Liberties Association: Fighting for Freedom for Forty Years,” The Advocate 61, no. 3 (2003): 369-75.


Journal Articles history law Post-Confederation

Dodge, Dorothy. Lytton Municipal Cemetery Burials 1876-2005 Name Index: Transcripts Based on Office Records. Office Records. Edited by Wendy Graham, Richmond: British Columbia Genealogical Society, 2006. 12 pp. 1895031478.


Books and Chapters in Books history Post-Confederation

Douglas, Stan. “Circa 1948” National Film Board of Canada – Office national du film du Canada, (2014) https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/circa-1948/id836688265.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation urban studies

Duffus, Maureen. “First Vancouver Island Legislature,” British Columbia History 39, no. 2 (2006): 2-3, https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/bch/items/1.0190697#p0z-5r0f:.


Journal Articles history Post-Confederation

Dyck, Angela. “St. Stephen’s Anglican Church & Cemetery: A History,” The Midden 2, no. 49 (2019): 25-30, http://www.asbc.bc.ca/the-midden/.


Journal Articles history Post-Confederation Pre-Confederation religion