BCHF News Spring issue of BC History magazine finds lost communities

Spring issue of BC History magazine finds lost communities

The stories of lost communities still resonate today.

The Spring 2020 “Lost Communities” issue of British Columbia History features “Haiku in Tashme: The Legacy of Sukeo (Sam) Sameshima,” by Jacqueline Pearce and Jean-Pierre Antonio; “A Forgotten Settlement in the Seymour Valley,” by Bob Muckle; “Cora Brown Subdivision, Sea Island, Richmond” by Eunice Robinson; “Eyewitnessing Forgotten History: Italian Canadian Internment Objects,” by Angela Clarke; “Lost Children of the Residential Schools” from the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation; and “Disappearing Company Towns” by Jennifer L. Butler.

Readers may also enjoy “Time Travels: Telling Our Stories: Riding the Rails at Cloverdale,” by Mark Forsythe; “Archives & Archivists: Revving Engines and Cheering Fans,” by Emily Lonie and edited by Sylvia Stopforth; “Stories of Objects: A Memorial to a City and its Soldiers,” by Greg Nesteroff; and “BC Bookshelf,” and “Past Forward: Digital BC History” with Aimee Greenaway.

You can subscribe or buy single issues here: https://www.bchistory.ca/british-columbia-history/subscribe/