British Columbia History Magazine

British Columbia History Magazine

British Columbia History Magazine

British Columbia History Magazine

Time Travels: The Exploration Place Museum & Science Centre

The Strand Theatre on Third Avenue as it appeared in 1965. It had disappeared by 1974. Exploration Place P993.11.1.6044.1

Singing the praises of British Columbia History’s fall issue

The fall issue of British Columbia History is now available digitially through Zinio and coming soon to...

Life Embodied at Ay Lelum: The Good House of Design

Sandra Moorhouse-Good (mother), Aunalee Boyd-Good, Tseskinakhen William Good (father), and Sophia Seward-Good, 2019. Photo: Sean Fenzl By Aimee...

Haiku in Tashme wins Anne and Philip Yandle Best Article Award

Jacqueline Pearce and Jean-Pierre Antonio are the recipients of this year's Best Article Award from the BCHF. A...

Time Travels: Nanaimo Museum

Snunéymuxw Reserve in downtown Nanaimo, circa 1900. Photo: Nanaimo Museum A1-80 By Mark Forsythe And...

Haiku in Tashme: The legacy of Sukeo “Sam” Sameshima

A street view of Tashme in 1942. Tashme was the largest Japanese internment camp in British Columbia with over 2,600 people...

Summer issue of British Columbia History goes nautical

The summer issue of British Columbia History magazine is guest edited by John MacFarlane, director of the...

SS Master: The first 100 years

January 2021 docking of SS Master at Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards.Photo courtesy of Seaspan Shipyards From the forthcoming Summer...

Time Travels: Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin & BC Cowboy Hall of Fame

Rodeo legends Jo Flieger and Antoine Boitano exchange stories behind the chutes at the 1958 Williams Lake Stampede. Museum of the...

Explaining settlers to ourselves

These watercolour sketch maps show some of the Indian Reserves Peter O’Reilly’s work touched. Source: Indian Reserve Commission. Federal Collection; Minutes...