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The Diaries of the Crease Family Women

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I Invite Honest Criticism: An Introduction

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C.E. Borden’s Archaeological Legacy

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Defining ‘Dangerous’ and ‘Hard-Core’ Delinquents: The Views of Juvenile Justice System Professionals in British Columbia

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Archaeology in British Columbia

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Excavations at Helen Point on Mayne Island

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The Pender Canal Excavations and the Development of Coast Salish Culture

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Maria Tippett, “A Paste Solitaire in a Steel Claw Setting: Emily Carr and Her Public’ (BC Studies, no.20): A Reply

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The Early History of Chronometers: A Background Study Related to the Voyages of Cook, Bligh, and Vancouver

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Too Weak to Win, Too Strong to Lose: Indians and Indian Policy in Canada

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Understanding Native Activism

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In the Imperial Age and After: Patterns of British Columbia School Leadership and the Institution of Superintendency, 1849-1988

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The Innisian Core-Periphery Revisited: Vancouver’s Changing Relationships with British Columbia’s Staple Economy

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Schooling, White Supremacy, and the Formation of a Chinese Merchant Public in British Columbia

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People in the Way: Modernity, Environment, and Society on the Arrow Lakes

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A Biography of Sorts

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The Continuing International Monetary Crisis: A British Columbia Perspective

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Trade with China

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“Oh I’m Just Sick of the Faces of Men”: Gender Imbalance, Race, Sexuality, and Sociability

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Taking Gender into Account in British Columbia: More Than Just Women’s Studies

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Trade with China  

By Ralph W. Huenemann


Terms | trade and commerce China