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Spring issue of British Columbia History looks at Doukhobors

1 Mar 2024 9:23 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Coming soon to mailboxes and the Zinio virtual newsstand, the spring issue of British Columbia History is dedicated to Doukhobor history. It is guest edited by Jonathan J. Kalmakoff, who runs the Doukhobor Heritage site at

Among the stories included in this issue:

• "Preserving and Celebrating Doukhobor Culture in Art," by Vera Polonicoff

• "The Doukhobor Jam Factory at Grand Forks," by Jonathan J. Kalmakoff

• "Living Language at Twin Rivers School," by Addison Oberg

• "Reflections on an Apology," by Robert Chursinoff

• "Village in the Kootenays: Creston and the 1931 census," by Robert and Patricia Malcolmson

• "A Question of Perspective: James Harold Trigg's First World War internment photos," by Wayne Norton

Plus Dalys Barney debuts as our new books editor.

You can subscribe or buy single issues here.

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PO Box 448, Fort Langley, BC, Canada, V1M 2R7


The Secretariat of the BCHF is located on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish speaking Peoples. 

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