Dissertations and Theses

Pages

Patterns of diffusion: The 1886-1888 measles epidemic and the expansion of settler influence in the Central Interior of British Columbia.
Contributors:
Amanda Nicole Dinnes (author), Ted Binnema (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2014
Document type:
thesis
Canadian Indians and the Second World War:  The pivotal event of the 20<super>th</super> century for Canadian Indians and Canadian Indian policy?
Contributors:
Roy P. Toomey (author), Theodore Binnema (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2007
Document type:
thesis
The resilience of the Babine: The economic and social relations of the Babine to 1830.
Contributors:
Blake Emile Bouchard (author), Theodore Binnema (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2012
Document type:
thesis
"All the elements of a permanent community":  A history of society, culture and entertainment in the Cariboo.
Contributors:
Melanie Anne Buddle (author), Robin Fisher (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
1997
Document type:
thesis
Yamato nadeshiko in Canada:  Experiences of Japanese immigrant women, 1868--1941.
Contributors:
Kaori Donovan (author), Mary Ellen Kelm (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2002
Document type:
thesis
Settler mythology and the construction of the historical memory of the Indian Wars of the Pacific Northwest.
Contributors:
Gregory Earl Sell (author), Theodore Binnema (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2008
Document type:
thesis
A history of Gitxsan relations with colonial and Canadian law, 1858-1909
Contributors:
Jeremy David Richard Williams (author), Robin Fisher (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2000
Document type:
thesis
"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.
Contributors:
Alison Matte (author), Jacqueline Holler (Thesis advisor), Jonathan Swainger (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2012
Document type:
thesis
Building dams, constructing stories: The press, the Sekani and the Peace River Dam, 1957--1969.
Contributors:
Holly Nathan (author), Theodore Binnema (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2009
Document type:
thesis
"Physically We are a Mighty Nation, Nationally We are Children" - Conscription and Identity in Canada, 1940-1945
Contributors:
Mercedes Miranda DuBois (author), Jonathan Swainger (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia College of Arts, Social, and Health Sciences (Degree granting institution), Theodore Binnema (Committee member), Gary Wilson (Committee member)
Date:
2016
Document type:
thesis
The development of Native Studies at Canadian universities:  Four programs, four provinces, four decades.
Contributors:
Shoshona Taner (author), Robin Fisher (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
1997
Document type:
thesis
The newspaper wars in Prince George, B.C., 1909--1918.
Contributors:
Rhys Alan Pugh (author), William Morrison (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2005
Document type:
thesis

Pages