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Royal BC Museum publications go digital

If efforts to make their books more widely available and accessible, the Royal BC Museum has converted a number of their publications to e-books. Below is the list of publications:

Frontlist (2019)

Henry & Self: An English Gentlewoman at the Edge of Empire by Kathryn Bridge (distributor | Kindle | Kobo)

By Snowshoe, Buckboard and Steamer: Women of the British Columbia Frontier by Kathryn Bridge (distributor | Kindle | Kobo)

Great Expectations: Reflections on Museums and Canada by Jack Lohman (distributor | Kindle | Kobo)

Once Well Beloved: Remembering a British Columbia Great War Sacrifice by Michael Sasges (distributor | Kindle | Kobo)

Backlist

The Collectors: A History of the Royal British Columbia Museum and Archives by Patricia Roy (distributor | Kindle | Kobo)

Kwäday Dän Ts’ìnchi: Teachings from Long Ago Person Found edited by Richard J. Hebda, Sheila A. Greer and Alexander P. Mackie (distributor | Kindle | Kobo)

Museums at the Crossroads? Essays on Cultural Institutions in a Time of Change by Jack Lohman (distributor | Kindle | Kobo)

The Whaling People of the West Coast of Vancouver Island and Cape Flattery by Eugene Arima and Alan L. Hoover (distributor | Kindle | Kobo)

In the Shadow of the Great War: The Milligan and Hart Explorations of Northeastern British Columbia, 1913–14 by Jay Sherwood (distributor | Kindle | Kobo)

Furrows in the Sky: The Adventures of Gerry Andrews by Jay Sherwood (distributor | Kindle | Kobo)

Bannock and Beans: A Cowboy’s Account of the Bedaux Expedition by Bob White edited by Jay Sherwood (distributor | Kindle | Kobo)