53.2 | Summer 2020 British Columbia History
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The Summer 2020 issue of British Columbia History features “Private Wallace —– Always ‘Ready for the Fray’” by Britta Gundersen-Bryden; “Chloroform on Quebec Street” by Chris Kilgour; “Black Pioneers Who Made Salt Spring Island Their Home” by Emma Bishop, Ceridwen Ross Collins, and Christina Marshall; “Bulmans Cannery: A Leading Industry in the Okanagan” by Patricia & Robert Malcolmson; and “As I Remember: Overflowing the Banks” by David B. Reid. Readers may also enjoy “Time Travels: Telling Our Stories” by Mark Forsythe profiling the Princeton Museum; “Archives & Archivists: Nikkei Mubi: Japanese Canadian Home Movies” by Lindsey Jacobson and Jeffery Chong and edited by Sylvia Stopforth; “Stories of Objects: ‘Iron Jock’ Mr. PG: Oh, the Places He’s Been!” by Caroline Ross; and “Past Forward: Digital BC History” with Aimee Greenaway. Take part in the “BC Bookshelf: Challenge Your BC Bookshelf” reading challenge.