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Canadian Indians and the Second World War: The pivotal event of the 20<super>th</super> century for Canadian Indians and Canadian Indian policy?
The newspaper wars in Prince George, B.C., 1909--1918.
'Not by oil alone': A history of Khanty and Mansi political mobilization, 1985 to 1996.
I must record the grit of my little wife Millie': Experience, representation and rural women in early 20<super>th</super> century British Columbia.
The shapeliest legs under the council table: Defining the feminist influence on women in British Columbia municipal politics, 1950--1980.
Settler mythology and the construction of the historical memory of the Indian Wars of the Pacific Northwest.
"It Happened to Me in Barkerville": Aboriginal identity, economy, and law in the Cariboo Gold Rush, 1862--1900.
"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 resilience of the Babine: The economic and social relations of the Babine to 1830.
The sensational landscape: the history of sensationalist images of the Arctic, 1818-1910
A history of Gitxsan relations with colonial and Canadian law, 1858-1909
Building dams, constructing stories: The press, the Sekani and the Peace River Dam, 1957--1969.
The Edmonton and District Stragglers: gendered strategies of treaty and scrip, 1876-1886
"Every drop of water will be desired": The Lake Minnewanka and Spray Lakes controversies in Rocky Mountains National Park, 1912--1931.
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
"All the elements of a permanent community": A history of society, culture and entertainment in the Cariboo.
"A tortuous history": Federal-provincial relations and the future of Medicare.
The development of Native Studies at Canadian universities: Four programs, four provinces, four decades.
Yamato nadeshiko in Canada: Experiences of Japanese immigrant women, 1868--1941.
The glamour and the horror: A social history of wartime northwestern British Columbia, 1939--1945.
Come hell and high water: the relocation of the Cheslatta First Nation
Patterns of diffusion: The 1886-1888 measles epidemic and the expansion of settler influence in the Central Interior of British Columbia.
Reshaping the land: an environmental history of Prince George, British Columbia