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Monday, June 21, 2010

BC History - Issue 43:2

My first issue as editor of British Columbia History has been published.
This issue includes Alistair Fraser’s article that chronicles the unusual path taken to create the provincial flag of BC as it marks its 50th anniversary; Frances Welwood raises questions about the death of newspaperman Lukin Johnston. We enjoyed the transportation theme in our last issue so much that this issue includes Louise Avery’s account of the Kitimat Power Project of the 1950s and Marie Elliott’s history of the Nyan Wheti-Duzcho trail system. Read the story of the Quathiaski Cove cannery by Ronald Greene on page 29. R.G. Moyles provides an interesting insight into the Salvation Army’s mountaineers. Finally, a little of the BCHF’s own history with Jacqueline Gresko’s summary of the digitization project, From Mimeograph to Multiple Pathways.

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations Andrea!! How is it all going for you? Hope we can see you soon.

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