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British Columbia History is the journal of the British Columbia Historical Federation.
Published in some form since 1923, the publication promotes local history by giving voice to all who are interested in telling of BC's exciting past.
British Columbia History publishes feature-length articles as well as documentary selections, essays, pictorial essays, memoirs, and reviews relating to the social, economic, political, intellectual, and cultural history of British Columbia.
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Latest Issue Contents
FeaturesMy Sustainable Environmentalist Grandmother
by Don ChutterMarion ‘May’ Walker was a woman ahead of her time — practising ‘sustainable environmentalism’ long before these terms came into common usage.Fitz and the Great War by Robin AndersonJ.B. Fitzmaurice was BC’s most famous editorial cartoonist during the first three decades of the 20th century. His best-remembered cartoons are from the period of the Great War.Quesnel’s Gertrude Fraser by Naomi MillerAsk any old-timer in Quesnel if there is a nurse who stands out in their memory. The answer is always “Gertrude Fraser.”Race Rocks Lighthouse by John WhittakerA rare excursion to the historic Race Rocks Lighthouse/Provincial Ecological Reserve included sea lions and a history lesson about the value of this historic lighthouse.After Pearl Harbor by Janet Mary NicolAfter the attack on Pearl Harbor, a racially fueled murder case unfolds in Vancouver, forever altering the lives of two mothers.RegularsArchives & Archivists by Barbara Bell; edited by Sylvia StopforthMajor Allan Brooks, famed ornithologist and wildlife illustrator, lived in the Okanagan for over 40 years. The Vernon Museum and Archives celebrates Brooks’ work.Cabinets of Curiosities by Brenda L. SmithA little porcelain shoe holds clues to Brenda L Smith’s great-aunt Vera’s life in Cloverdale before moving to the isolated Ocean Falls, BC.Every MonthEditor’s NotePackaging HistoryFrom the Book Review Editor’s Desk K. Jane WattThe Mug in the Mugshot Advertising Information
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2015 Closing Dates (contact Andrea Lister to confirm) Issue Space Material Issued SpringDecember 1March 1March 15 SummerApril 1June 1June 15 FallJuly 1September 1September 15 WinterOctober 1November 20December 5