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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Joseph Trutch and Indian Land Policy

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Arms and Men on the Northwest Coast 1774-1825

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Regulating Fuels in the Depression: The Coal and Petroleum Control Board of British Columbia

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The Confinement of Women: Childbirth and Hospitalization in Vancouver, 1919-1939

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A Piece of the Continent, A Part of the Main: Some Comments on B.C. Literature

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Sechelt Women and Self-Government

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Subnational Governments as International Actors: Constituent Diplomacy in British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest

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“Ninstints” Village: A Case of Mistaken Identity

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If the Story Could be Heard: Colonial Discourse and the Surrender of Indian Reserve

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Adawx, Spanaxnox, and the Geopolitics of the Tsimshian

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Performing Musqueam Culture and History at British Columbia’s 1966 Centennial Celebrations

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Assessing the Impact of Hydro Development: A Case Study of the Columbia River Basin in British Columbia

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School Texts and the Political Culture of British Columbia, 1880-1980

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“I Don’t Really Like the Mill; In Fact, I Hate the Mill”: Changing Youth Vocationalism Under Fordism and Post-Fordism in Powell River, British Columbia

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Poverty and the Welfare State II.

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R.E. Gosnell, E.O.S. Scholefield and the Founding of the Provincial Archives of British Columbia, 1894-1919

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Occupational Divisions and Struggles for Unity Among British Columbia’s Public School Teachers

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The Rise and Fall of Non-Manual Work in British Columbia

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Gender and Space: Constructing the Public School Teaching Staff in Nanaimo, 1891-1914

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“By the Side of Other Canadians”: The Locally Born and the Invention of Chinese Canadians

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