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Collaborations on the Periphery: The Wolcott-Sewid Potlatch Controversy

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Forests and Fish: The 1972 Coast Logging Guidelines and British Columbia’s First NDP Government

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“The Ordinary Needs of Life”: Strategies of Survival for Single Women in 1901 Victoria

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Between South China and British Columbia: Life Trajectories of Chinese Women

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“Orienting” the Empire: Mackenzie King and the Aftermath of the 1907 Race Riots

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“Chinks Pay Heavily for ‘Hitting Pipe'”: The Perception and Enforcement of Canada’s New Drug Laws in Rural and Northern British Columbia, 1908-30

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“The Wondrous Story and Traditions of the Country”: The Native Sons of British Columbia and the Role of Myth in the Formation of an Urban Middle Class

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“Families that Pray Together, Stay Together”: Religion, Gender, and Family in Postwar Victoria, British Columbia

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Situating Vancouver Island in the British World, 1846-49

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“It Was Two Different Times of the Day, But in the Same Place” : Coast Salish High School Experience in the 1970s

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Sacred Daemons: Exploring British Columbian Society’s Perceptions of “Mentally Deficient” Children , 1870-1930

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Interrupted Relations: The Adoption of Children in Twentieth-Century British Columbia

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SUCCESS: A Chinese Voluntary Association in Vancouver

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Erasing Indigenous Indigeneity in Vancouver

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“You Have to Think Like a Man and Act Like a Lady”: Businesswomen in British Columbia, 1920-80

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“That Touch of Paternalism”: Cultivating Community in the Company Town of Britannia Beach, 1920-58

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Negotiating the Boundaries of Race and Class: Meiji Diplomatic Responses to North American Categories of Exclusion

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Improving Nature: Remaking Stanley Park’s Forest, 1888- 1931

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“Mon- he’s a gran’ fish”: Scots in British Columbia’s Interwar Fishing Industry

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Canada’s Struggle with Illegal Entry on Its West Coast: The Case of Fred Yoshy and Japanese Migrants before the Second World War

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