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52.1 | Spring 2019 British Columbia History

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The Spring 2019 issue of British Columbia History features “Secwepemc Land and Law” by By Marianne Ignace and Chief Ronald Ignace; “Flipping their Wigs: BC’s battle over a Bare-headed Judiciary” by Greg Nesteroff; “The Battle for the South Asian Right to the Vote” by Satwinder Kaur Bains and Sharanjit Kaur Sandhra; “Craig & Black, 1955 to 1960” by Wallace Gilby Craig; Reflections by a Judicial Dinosaur on 50 Years in the Law: Both Before and Behind the Bench by Randall Wong; “Women Accessing Public Office in Canada in the past Century” by Iona Campagnolo; and “The Power of Community” by Laura Saimoto.

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The spring issue features “Secwepemc Land and Law” by By Marianne Ignace and Chief Ronald Ignace; “The Hanging Hood,” by Matteo Miceli; “Hide Shimizu’s Scrapbook,” by Michele Hii; “Flipping their Wigs: BC’s battle over a Bare-headed Judiciary” by Greg Nesteroff; “The Battle for the South Asian Right to the Vote” by Satwinder Kaur Bains and Sharanjit Kaur Sandhra; “Craig & Black, 1955 to 1960” by Wallace Gilby Craig; Reflections by a Judicial Dinosaur on 50 Years in the Law: Both Before and Behind the Bench by Randall Wong; “Women Accessing Public Office in Canada in the past Century” by Iona Campagnolo; and “The Power of Community” by Laura Saimoto.

Readers may also enjoy “Time Travels: Telling Our Stories” by Mark Forsythe profiling the Chilliwack Museum and Archives; “Archives & Archivists: Stories Untold: Honouring the Men and Women of the Canadian Expeditionary Forces” by Susanne Sulzberger and edited by Sylvia Stopforth; “Cabinets of Curiosities: Frank Weber’s BC Pen Newcomers Form by Brenda L. Smith; and “BC Bookshelf” with Aimee Greenaway.