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Yamato nadeshiko in Canada:  Experiences of Japanese immigrant women, 1868--1941.
Yamato nadeshiko in Canada: Experiences of Japanese immigrant women, 1868--1941.
Settler mythology and the construction of the historical memory of the Indian Wars of the Pacific Northwest.
Settler mythology and the construction of the historical memory of the Indian Wars of the Pacific Northwest.
The resilience of the Babine: The economic and social relations of the Babine to 1830.
The resilience of the Babine: The economic and social relations of the Babine to 1830.
"All the elements of a permanent community": A history of society, culture and entertainment in the Cariboo.
Building dams, constructing stories: The press, the Sekani and the Peace River Dam, 1957--1969.
Building dams, constructing stories: The press, the Sekani and the Peace River Dam, 1957--1969.
A history of Gitxsan relations with colonial and Canadian law, 1858-1909
A history of Gitxsan relations with colonial and Canadian law, 1858-1909
"Physically We are a Mighty Nation, Nationally We are Children" - Conscription and Identity in Canada, 1940-1945
The development of Native Studies at Canadian universities:  Four programs, four provinces, four decades.
The development of Native Studies at Canadian universities: Four programs, four provinces, four decades.
The newspaper wars in Prince George, B.C., 1909--1918.
The newspaper wars in Prince George, B.C., 1909--1918.
"She's the queen of everyone's heart": Community, gender, morality and sexuality in the "Queen Val-Vedette" and "Queen Aurora of the Evergreens" beauty pageants, 1948--1970.
The Edmonton and District Stragglers: gendered strategies of treaty and scrip, 1876-1886
The Edmonton and District Stragglers: gendered strategies of treaty and scrip, 1876-1886
'Not by oil alone':  A history of Khanty and Mansi political mobilization, 1985 to 1996.
'Not by oil alone': A history of Khanty and Mansi political mobilization, 1985 to 1996.
The sensational landscape: the history of sensationalist images of the Arctic, 1818-1910
The sensational landscape: the history of sensationalist images of the Arctic, 1818-1910
Seen and not heard: the case against Mariá de Cazalla
Seen and not heard: the case against Mariá de Cazalla
Caring Conjurers and demonic diviners: gender and the unstable position of peasant magical practitioners in Catalonia, 1300-1330
Caring Conjurers and demonic diviners: gender and the unstable position of peasant magical practitioners in Catalonia, 1300-1330
I must record the grit of my little wife Millie': Experience, representation and rural women in early 20<super>th</super> century British Columbia.
I must record the grit of my little wife Millie': Experience, representation and rural women in early 20<super>th</super> century British Columbia.
"A tortuous history": Federal-provincial relations and the future of Medicare.
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The "Last Resort of the Lumberman": Perceptions of British Columbia's coastal forests, 1849--1914.
Come hell and high water: the relocation of the Cheslatta First Nation
Come hell and high water: the relocation of the Cheslatta First Nation
Canadian Indians and the Second World War:  The pivotal event of the 20<super>th</super> century for Canadian Indians and Canadian Indian policy?
Canadian Indians and the Second World War: The pivotal event of the 20<super>th</super> century for Canadian Indians and Canadian Indian policy?
Reshaping the land: an environmental history of Prince George, British Columbia
Reshaping the land: an environmental history of Prince George, British Columbia
The glamour and the horror:  A social history of wartime northwestern British Columbia, 1939--1945.
The glamour and the horror: A social history of wartime northwestern British Columbia, 1939--1945.
"It Happened to Me in Barkerville": Aboriginal identity, economy, and law in the Cariboo Gold Rush, 1862--1900.
Patterns of diffusion: The 1886-1888 measles epidemic and the expansion of settler influence in the Central Interior of British Columbia.
Patterns of diffusion: The 1886-1888 measles epidemic and the expansion of settler influence in the Central Interior of British Columbia.

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