Books

Books

Chinatown Through a Wide Lens wins Lieutenant Governor’s Medal

A remarkable book about an early Vancouver photographer whose work was almost forgotten was named the...

BC Genealogical Society names 2016 Family History Book Award winners

Three books from the list of nominees for the 2016 BCHF Historical Writing Competition have been recognized with 2016 Family History Book Awards from...

Author Q&A: “The Trials of Albert Stroebel”

Our new blog series “Author Q&A” pulls back the curtain on the historical writing process, introducing local authors and hearing how their...

The Hidden Photographs of Yucho Chow: A presentation by Catherine Clement

Chinatown Through a Wide Lens: The Hidden Photographs of Yucho Chow, written by Catherine Clement and published by the Chinese Canadian Historical...

Cataline book ready to roll off the presses

Coming this spring from Caitlin Press is BC Historical Federation member Susan Smith Joseph's book Cataline: Uncovering...

Author Q&A: “Cataline” by Susan Smith-Josephy

Our new blog series “Author Q&A” pulls back the curtain on the historical writing process, introducing local authors and hearing how their...

Interview: Lost Kootenays, Part 1

BCHF vice-president Mark Forsythe interviews BCHF director Greg Nesteroff, co-author with Eric Brighton of the new book Lost Kootenays: A History In...

100th Anniversary of Armistice: Langley Heritage Society donates important resource to local schools

The Langley Heritage Society has recently donated copies of the book, Canucks in Khaki: Langley, the Lower Mainland and the Great War of 1914...

Okanagan Historical Society’s 84th Report now available

The latest Okanagan Historical Society report is now available. On the cover (pictured above) is an 1882...

Join the online launch for Failed to Return

Keith C. Ogilvie is the editor of (and a contributor to) Failed to Return: Canada's Bomber Command Sacrifice in the Second World War, published...