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Research Notes: An Eighteenth-Century Spanish Jar from the Queen Charlotte Islands  

By Hector Williams, Tom Beasley, David Huntley, William Newton


Terms | archaeology Queen Charlotte Islands Spain

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Determining Okanagan History  

By Elizabeth Vibert


Contributors

Contributors

Richard Mackie is a graduate student in the history department at the University of British Columbia.

Tina Loo is a member of the Department of History, Simon Fraser University.

Mary-Ellen Kelm is a doctoral student at the University of Toronto.

Hector Williams is a classical archaeologist at the University of British Columbia, Tom Beasley is a member of the Underwater Archaeological Society of British Columbia, David Huntley is Professor of Physics at Simon Fraser University, and William Newton is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Manchester.

Allan Pritchard is a member of the Department of English, University College, University of Toronto.