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Ambiguities of Political Consciousness Among Registered Nurses in British Columbia

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Schools for the “Brave New World”: R.A.D. Berwick and School Design in Postwar British Columbia

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The Lion and the Emperor: The Mormons, The Hudson’s Bay Company and Vancouver Island 1846-1858

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A Study of Education in Context

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The BC Land Question, Liberal Multiculturalism, and the Spectre of Aboriginal Nationhood

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Archive Simulations: Reading the Bertrand Sinclair Collection

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The Bushrat Inventory

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The Colonization of Vancouver Island, 1849-1858

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Vancouver’s ‘Red Menace’ of 1935: The Waterfront Situation

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The Pearse Commission and the Industrial Organization of the British Columbia Forest Industry

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Troubling Domestic Limits: Reading Border Fictions Alongside Larissa Lai’s Salt Fish Girl

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Conservative Protestantism and the Modernist Challenge in Vancouver, 1917-1927

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and Vancouver Island: The Establishment and Growth of the Mormon Community

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Turning a Blind Eye: The Historian’s Use of Photographs

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Vancouver Civic Politics, 1929-1980

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Native Indian Political Organization in British Columbia, 1900-1969: A Response to Internal Colonialism

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A Cache of Aboriginal Fishing Gear from the Queen Charlotte Islands

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The Oriental Immigrant and Canada’s Protestant Clergy, 1855-1925

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Class and Race in the Social Structure of British Columbia, 1870-1939

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BC’s 1944 “Zombie” Protests Against Overseas Conscription

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