BCHF News British Columbia History Fall 2018 issue: Legacies

British Columbia History Fall 2018 issue: Legacies

The fall 2018 issue of British Columbia History takes a look at legacies — of words, images and planning.

Issue 51.3 will hit retail outlets, our online store and subscribers’ mailboxes in mid-September, so get ready for some great fall reading.


Here’s a sampling of the stories you’ll find in this issue:

  • The legacy of John Aitkin, a photographer who provided rare glimpses of early settlement on Mayne Island.
  • Waterfront property acquisition in West Vancouver – an ambitious, controversial and forward-thinking history.
  • How the Great War affected daily life in Ladysmith, according to coverage in the Ladysmith Chronicle newspaper.
  • The Prince George Railway and Forestry Museum Collection goes public.
  • Member profile: the Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre in New Denver.
  • Meet our new Book Review Editor, Aimee Greenaway from Nanaimo — and check out this quarter’s book selections chronicling Fernie at war, artist Arthur Pitts, the history of the BC Labour movement and more!

For more information, or to subscribe, visit British Columbia History magazine.