Historical Essays on British Columbia

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J. Friesen, Harry K. Ralston
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 1976 - 293 pagina's
The distinctive character of B.C., which is found not only in its spectacular environment, but also in its community, its politics and its past, is admirably captured in this collection of 16 essays.
 

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Alexander Caulfield Anderson fur trader and scholar
1
The Massacre at Chinlac
9
The Settlement and Progress of British Columbia 18711914
23
The Introduction of Intoxicating Liquors Amongst
44
British Columbia Becomes Canadian 18711901
57
Party History in British Columbia 19031933
70
Extract from the Introduction to The Letters and Journals
82
Canada and the New British Columbia
96
An Outline of the Economic History of British Columbia
152
Patterns of Trade and Investment on the Pacific Coast
167
The Business Community in the Early Development
177
Population Growth and Change in Seattle and Vancouver
201
The Case of British
228
The Oriental Menace in British Columbia
243
Joseph Trutch and Indian Land Policy
256
Select Bibliography on the History of British Columbia
281

British Columbias American Heritage
113
An Analysis of Administration
122

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