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B C Archives Time Machine __ Here you will find educational galleries covering a wide range of history of British Columbia topics which are part of the province's K-12 social studies curriculum. - illustrated - From Royal BC Museum -

Black Historical and Cultural Society of British Columbia __ Learn about the history of black emigrants to British Columbia. You will find biographical 'snapshots' of several people. - illustrated - From -

British Columbia History Portal - Home __ Numerous resources for researching the history of British Columbia. - From -

British Columbia Terms of Union __ This is the document by which British Columbia was admitted into the Union. - From William F. Maton -

Canadian Genealogy and History Links - British Columbia __ A compilation of resources and links related to the history of British Columbia. - From Jessica Veinot -

Events in the History of British Columbia, Canada __ Pioneer Settlers, First Nations people and Events that shaped the history of BC. - From -

History of BC Agriculture - Ministry of Agriculture and Lands __ This document provides some history and statistics of the agriculture industry in British Columbia. - -

History of British Columbia, Canada - __ A detailed overview of British Columbia history. "The modern history of British Columbia begins with the First Nations people who have lived and flourished on the lush natural resources of these lands for over ten thousand years, since some time after the end of the last Ice Age." And the story continues.- From -

History of British Columbia __ "Indigenous peoples have inhabited the territory that is now called "British Columbia", as described in their oral traditions, from time immemorial. There are claims by the English to have explored the region in the Sixteenth Century, but it was the Majorcan-born Spanish navigator Juan José Pérez Hernández who did the first documented travel 1774." An encyclopedic article. - From wikipedia -

Women's History Network of British Columbia __ Selected Websites featuring British Columbia & Canadian women's history. - From Women's History Network of British Columbia -



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