We acknowledge that we live and work on unceded Indigenous territories and we thank the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations for their hospitality.

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The Seaforths and the Strikers: Nanaimo, August 1913

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A Tale of Two Cities: The Reception of Japanese Evacuees in Kelowna and Kaslo, B.C.

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Soldiers, Settlement and Development in British Columbia, 1915-1930

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Canadian Energy Policy: Some Economic Questions

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Tramp Printer Extraordinary: British Columbia’s John ‘Truth’ Houston

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Carroll Aikins’s Experiments in Playwriting

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The Value of First Nations Languages

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Archive Notes: Recent Accessions at the Provincial Archives

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If the Cedars Could Speak: Japanese and Caucasians Meet at New Denver

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Class, Regional, and Institutional Sources of Social Conflict in B.C.

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For Whom the Tree Falls: Restructuring of the Global Forest Industry

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The Pivotal Role of the Northwest Coast in the History of Americanist Anthropology

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Religious and Social Influences on Voting in Greater Victoria

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Mormonism on Vancouver Island: A Comment

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Utopians and Utilitarians: Environment and Economy in the Finnish-Canadian Settlement of Sointula

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Magico-Religious Elements in the Traditional Beliefs of Maillardville, B.C.

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The Success of the Fraser Valley Milk Producers’ Association

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The Voyages of James Hanna to the Northwest Coast: Two Documents

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Selected Maps of British Columbia Published During 1977 and 1978

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John Hendry and the Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon Railway: “It would put us on easy street”

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