The Summer 2018 issue of British Columbia History features “Cucumbers, Potatoes, Chinese Market Gardens, and Nalley’s” by Graeme Reid; “Romantic and Racist Visions of British Columbia” by Gerald Thomson; “Kalso’s Not-so-Famous Six” by Frances Welwood; “Unwanted, But Much Loved: Preserving and Presenting the Tilikum in Victoria” by John MacFarlane; “Vic High and Ice Hockey” by Barrie Moen; and “My Mother, My Teacher: The First Woss School” by Marg Nelson.
The summer issue introduces “Time Travels: Telling Our Stories”, a new regular feature by Mark Forsythe that explores the unique work of British Columbia Historical Federation members. This issue features Kilby Historic Site. Readers may also enjoy “Archives & Archivists: Documenting a Community: The Surrey Leader Photograph Collection” by Chelsea Bailey; edited by Sylvia Stopforth; “Cabinets of Curiosities: F.W. Lee Painting Returns to Chilliwack” by Tristan Evans, and Books with K. Jane Watt.