I am totally stoked about the soon to be in mailboxes Winter issue of British Columbia History. It has a colour cover.
The photography of author and photographer Matt Whelan graces the cover.
Read his story about the Warplane in the Woods: nestled in
the forest of the Pacific coast lies a graffiti-covered fuselage — an
eerie reminder of the Second World War.
For those readers who love maps, The Lower Mainland’s First Settler Built Trail by
John Macdonald is full of maps and includes a colour map on the back cover from 1889.
This issue includes stories about an escaped Washington slave by by
Racan Souiedan; logging camp memories by Peggie Law; a different perspective on Surrey by Mary Carlisle; a reprint of a Victor comic from May
1962; a piece on the Salt Spring Island
Archives' ambitious digitization project; and a story of a dugout canoe from the Osoyoos & District Museum and
Look for it in mailboxesx and book stores in early December.
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