The Winter 2019 issue of British Columbia History features “Siamelaht,” by Jenn Ashton; “Identifying the Enemy: The tale of Herman Elmer,” by Wayne Norton; “From Private to Patient: One Soldier’s Story,” by Bruce W. Davies; “What’s for Dessert?: Divas, Descants and Drama in Old Vancouver,” by Andrea Law; “Recognizing and Including Indigenous Cultural Heritage in BC,” by Karen Aird, Gretchen Fox, and Angie Bain on behalf of First Peoples’ Cultural Council.
Readers may also enjoy “Time Travels: Telling Our Stories” by Mark Forsythe profiling the Clayburn Village Museum; “Archives & Archivists: Digitizing the Nelson Daily News” by Jean-Philippe Stienne and edited by Sylvia Stopforth; “Stories of Objects: The Story Behind the Three Wise Men Run,” by Elaine Gruenwald and Linda Peterat; and “BC Bookshelf” and “Past Forward: Digital BC History” with Aimee Greenaway.
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