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“Caledonian Suttee”? An Anatomy of Carrier Cremation Cruelty in the Historical Record

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Chinatown Theatre as Transnational Business: New Evidence from Vancouver during the Exclusion Era

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Group Identity in an Emigrant Worker Community: The Example of Sikhs in early Twentieth-Century British Columbia

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The Reverend and the Tramp, Vancouver, 1931: Andrew Roddan’s God in the Jungles

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“Witnessing” Social Suffering: Testimonial Narratives of Women from Afghanistan

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Writing Here

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An Exercise in Futility? Regionalism, State Funding, and Ideology as Obstacles to the Formation of a National Social Movement Organization in Canada

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Women in the Industrial Labour Force: Evidence for British Columbia, 1921-53

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Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper and the Political Culture of British Columbia, 1903-1924

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Exploring Myths in Womens Narratives: Italian and German Immigrant Women in Vancouver, 1947-1961

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Alternative Service and Alternative Gender Roles: Conscientious Objectors in B.C. During World War II

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Ladies and Escorts: Gender Segregation and Public Policy in British Columbia Beer Parlours, 1925-1945

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Good Wives and Wise Mothers: Japanese Picture Brides in Early Twentieth-Century British Columbia

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Claiming a Unique Place: The Introduction of Mothers’ Pensions in B.C.

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The Concentration of Timber Holdings in the British Columbia Forest Industry, 1972

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The Persecution of Japanese Canadians and the Political Left in British Columbia, December 1941-March 1942

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Deconstructing the Mccallum Site

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A Sense of Place: The Local in British Columbia History

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Managing Diversity in the Representation of BC History: Point Ellice House and “Chinatown”

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“That’s My Dinner on Display” : A First Nations Reflection on Museum Culture

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