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Down The Road: Journeys Through Small-town British Columbia

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Traveling the roads and highways through the islands, mountains, and plateaus of British Columbia, Rosemary Neering talks to a fascinating cross-section of people in the small towns she visits. In coffee shops, post offices, and living rooms, she gathers their…
The Heart of a Peacock
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|February 2, 2005

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A collection of 51 short stories by the legendary writer and painter Emily Carr , arranged in themes such as her experiences with Native people, her adventures with various beloved creatures and her love of nature. Together, they underline Carr 's place as a…
Louis Riel
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|February 28, 1999

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Louis Riel is published by Fitzhenry and Whiteside.
British Columbia Bizarre: Stories, Whimsies, Facts and a Few Outright Lies from Canada's Wacky West…

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Britsh Columbia Bizarre is a fascinating and eclectic mix of tales, snippets, historical facts, fancies and misconceptions teased from the history of British Columbia. No one should read this book to obtain a balanced view of the province's history. It ignores…
The Pig War: The Last Canada-US Border Conflict

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On May 15, 1859, an American settler on San Juan Island shot a pig belonging to the Hudson's Bay Company. This seemingly insignificant act was the spark that almost set aflame the strangest of many confrontations between Britain and the United States on the…
Emily Carr
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|May 31, 2001

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Emily Carr is published by Fitzhenry and Whiteside.
The Spanish on the Northwest Coast: For Glory, God and Gain

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They endured the torments of scurvy and the vagaries of deep fogs, adverse winds, and contrary currents. They suffered through appalling quarters and rotting food. They spent years away from their homes and families, never knowing whether they would return. Their…
Wild West Women: Travellers, Adventurers and Rebels

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Recently awarded the 2001 Van City Book Prize, this book proves how the west was really won - through the strength and determination of women.
A Travellers Guide to Historic British Columbia

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Travel back in time into the history of British Columbia with the second edition of A Traveller`s Guide to Historic British Columbia , the well-loved classic that has been the curious traveler`s bible for more than a decade. Explore gold rush towns, old wagon…
Continental Dash: The Russian-american Telegraph

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In the 1860s, Americans, Russians and Canadians struggled with starvation, rugged terrain and sub-Arctic winters to connect the continents by telegraph-the world's largest building project at that time. The hundreds of miles of telegraph line built in Canada…
Smugglers of the West: Tales of Contraband and Crooks

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Do you think the smuggling of drugs and people is a new phenomenon in Canada's west? Think again! Between the mid-19th and mid-20th centuries, many daring smugglers carried contraband goods and people into western Canada across the US-Canada border or into BC…
Smugglers of the West: Tales of Contraband and Criminals

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Do you think the smuggling of drugs and people is a new phenomenon in Canada’s west? Think again! Between the mid-19th and mid-20th centuries, many daring smugglers carried contraband goods and people into western Canada across the US–Canada border or into BC…
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