Dan's All-Stars

  Richard Mackie, "Beyond The Great Western Peninsula," Ormsby Review (February 9, 2020).

  Christopher Pollon, "You Never Forget The Smell: Remembering One Of North America's Last Whaling Stations," Hakai Magazine (January 28, 2020).

  Christopher Cheung, "The Gurdwara Of New West Shares A Century Of Stories," Tyee, January 23, 2020.

  Daniel Marshall, "Canada's Westward Expansion To The Pacific Slope -- Part 1," Orca (January 11, 2020).

  Daniel Marshall, "Canada's Westward Expansion To The Pacific Slope -- Part 2," Orca (January 18, 2020).

  Daniel Marshall, "Canada's Westward Expansion To The Pacific Slope -- Part 3," Orca (January 25, 2020).

  Daniel Marshall, "War In The New El Dorado And The Birth Of British Columbia: Part 1," Orca (October 12, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "War In The New El Dorado And The Birth Of British Columbia, Part 2," Orca (October 19, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "The Return Of Chief Tsulpi'multw's Ceremonial Blanket," Orca (July 6, 2019).

Christopher Cheung, "Yucho Chow's Vancouver," Tyee, May 16, 2019.

  John Sutton Lutz, "How The Totem Pole Became A Symbol Of Canada," Tyee, November 16, 2018.

  Wawmeesh Hamilton, "One Town, Two Worlds: Reconciliation In Port Alberni," CBC News, January 20, 2018.

  Mark Leiren-Young, "Moby Doll: How A Bungled Hunt Turned Killer Whales Into Star Attractions -- And Launched The Modern Conservation Movement," Walrus (August 5, 2016).

  J. B. MacKinnon, "The Whale Dying On The Mountain: As The Comox Glacier Disappears So Does Part Of The Local Culture," Hakai Magazine (February 16, 2016).

  Ann Finkbeiner, "The Great Quake And The Great Drowning," Hakai Magazine (September 14, 2015).

  Arno Kopecky, "Title Fight: The Tsilhqot'in Nation Got Its Land Back -- Canada Will Never Be The Same," Walrus (July 22, 2015).

  Heather Pringle, "Time Travelers: Could These Be The Oldest Human Footprints In North America?," Hakai Magazine (June 22, 2015).

Robert Reid," British Columbia: History Of Its Early Days," Scrivener, 11 (October 2002): 72-76.

Robert Reid, "British Columbia: A Brief History, Part 2 -- The Colony Of Vancouver Island, 1849-1855," Scrivener, 12 (October 2003): 69-72.

Robert Reid, "BC History, Part 4: 1858 -- Establishing The Boundaries," Scrivener, 13 (Winter 2004): 57-59.

Robert Reid, "History Of BC: Part 5, 1864-1871," Scrivener, 15 (Winter 2006): 62-72.

Robert Reid, "British Columbia: The Spoilt Child Of Confederation," History Of British Columbia, Part 7, Scrivener, 16 (Fall 2007): 55-59.

John Vaillant, "The Golden Bough," New Yorker (November 4, 2002).

Other On-Line Articles

  "B.C.'s Long-Suffering Suffragists," BC Booklook (April 28, 2020).

  Moira Wyton, "When A Pandemic Threatens To Ease A Community's Memory," Tyee, April 13, 2020.

  Andrew Sutherland, "Alexandra The Great -- Exploring The Many Incarnations Of Alexandra Bridge," British Columbia Magazine (April 8, 2020).

  Daniel Marshall, "Lock Down The Province?," Orca (March 13, 2020).

  Daniel Marshall, "British Columbia And The Pandemic Of 1918," Orca (March 2, 2020).

  Rejean Beaulieu, "Foundational Sites," Orca (February 26, 2020).

  Daniel Marshall, "The Battle Of The Routes," Orca (February 8, 2020).

  Daniel Marshall, "The Battle Of The Routes -- Part 2," Orca (February 14, 2020).

  Rejean Beaulieu, "Modest Beginnings," Orca (February 1, 2020).

  Daniel Marshall, "The Third Great 'Devil Dance,'" Orca (November 23, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "The Mysterious Traveler," Orca (November 9, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "Lost In Translation?," Orca (September 28, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "Margaret A. Ormsby: British Columbia Institution," Orca (September 14, 2019).

  Mike McDonald, "The Election That Changed Everything . . . Eventually, Part 1," Orca (August 28, 2019).

  Mike McDonald, "The Election That Changed Everything . . . Eventually, Part 2," Orca (August 29, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "The Forgotten Context Of Canada's Oldest Chinatown -- Part 1," Orca (August 3, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "The Forgotten Context Of Canada's Oldest Chinatown -- Part 2," Orca (August 10, 2019).

  Jesse Donaldson, "On B.C. Day, A Look At Five Wacky Stories From The Provinces Past," Tyee, August 5, 2019.

  Ken Mather, "Trail North," Orca (July 27, 2019).

Daniel Marshall, "An Anthropology Of Belonging," Orca (July 20, 2019).

  Maclean Kay, "Boom And Bust: The Story Of Telegraph Cove," Orca (July 13, 2019).

  Cathy Converse, "Against The Current," Orca (June 22, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "B.C.'s First Rural/Urban Split," Orca (May 25, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "'The Peculiar Circumstances Of British Columbia,'" Orca (April 27, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "'Unembarrassed By A Shilling Of Debt,'" Orca (April 13, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "Fort Rupert And The Mystery Of The Fort Victoria Treaties," Orca (March 30, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "Fort Rupert And The Forgotten Coalfields Of Suquash," Orca (March 16, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "B.C.'s Permeable Border," Orca (March 2, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "British Columbia's Forgotten Governor," Orca (February 16, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "B.C., Latin America, And The Monroe Doctrine," Orca (February 2, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "Shut Down The Province?," Orca (January 19, 2019).

Daniel Marshall, "An Independent British Columbia?," Orca (January 5, 2019).

  Daniel Marshall, "The Land As History Book," Orca (December 15, 2018).

  Daniel Marshall, "The Colour-Blind Commonwealth," Orca (December 1, 2018).

  Daniel Marshall, "The Forgotten Treaty-Making Of Chief Maquinna," Orca (November 17, 2018).

  Daniel Marshall, "British Columbia: Refuge For Political Exiles?," Orca (November 3, 2018).

  Maclean Kay, "Kelowna, 13 Years Later," Orca (October 29, 2018).

  Daniel Marshall, "Tracking Down History," Orca (October 20, 2018).

  Daniel Wood, "B.C. Bud's Long Road To Legalization," British Columbia Magazine (October 17, 2018).

  Jude Isabella, "In The Kingdom Of The Bears," Hakai Magazine (October 9, 2018).

  Daniel Marshall, "'British California,'" Orca, (October 6, 2018).

Hans Tammemagi, "An Old Growth Battlefield," British Columbia Magazine (June 12, 2018).

  Katie Hyslop, "How Canada Created A Crisis In Indigenous Child Welfare," Tyee, May 9, 2018.

  Dorothy Woodend, "Freeing The Spirit Behind Indigenous Art And Culture," Tyee, April 6, 2018.

  Andrew Woolford, "Reconciliation Dances And Divides," BC Booklook (January 6, 2018).

  Richard Mackie, "Margaret Ormsby: Catalyst And Mentor," BC Booklook (October 18, 2017).

  Wayne Norton, "Refuge Of A Scoundrel: Patriotism And William Bowser," BC Booklook (October 17, 2017).

  John F. Bosher, "Kipling On Vancouver Island," BC Booklook (October 11, 2017).

  Michael Sasges, "Chief Tetlenitsa's Apples: Commercializing Indigenous Horticulture In British Columbia, 1907-1916," BC Booklook (April 25, 2017).

  C. P. Champion, "Keep The 'British" In British Columbia," Walrus (October 28, 2016).

  Jennifer Iredale, "Across The Bright Continent: Althea Moody, Missionary And Artist In Western Canada," BC Booklook (October 3, 2016).

  Harley Rustad, "Big Lonely Doug: How A Single Tree, And The Logger Who Saved It, Have Changed The Way We See British Columbia's Old-Growth Forests," Walrus (September 19, 2016).

  Margaret Horsfield, "The Enduring Legacy Of Josephine Tilden," Hakai Magazine (June 13, 2016).

Alyssa Mulat, "Our Park: An Historical Geography Of Stanley Park From Its Closest Neighbours," April 11, 2016.

Candice Hopkins, "Outlawed Social Life," South As A State Of Mind (2016).

  Alex Q. Arbuckle, "1904-1924: 'The North American Indian' -- One Man's Vision Of A Continent Of Cultures," Mashable (November 2015).

  Kathryn Schulz, "The Really Big One: An Earthquake Will Destroy A Sizable Portion Of The Coastal Northwest -- The Question Is When," New Yorker (July 20, 2015).

  Michaela Ludwig, "B.C. Prohibition: The Scandalous Double Life Of Walter Findlay," British Columbia Magazine (May 4, 2015).

  Michaela Ludwig, "Drugs, Adultery And Betrayal: A Blueprint For Murder," British Columbia Magazine (April 8, 2015).

  MIchaela Ludwig, "Riots And Hostage-Taking: British Columbia Penitentiary's Bloody History," British Columbia Magazine (March 31, 2015).

  Tzu-I Chung, "Early Transpacific Chinese Travelers And Today's British Columbia," Curious (December 15, 2014).

  Kim Peterson, "Shedding Light On 'The Great Darkening,'" Dissident Voice (August 16, 2013).

  Alex Ballingall and Nancy MacDonald, "Captain Cook's Club, A Gift Of The Nuu-Chah-Nulth, Comes Closer To Come," Maclean's (May 9, 2012).

  Deborah Franklin, "Boar War," Smithsonian (June 2005).

Jeremy Mouat, "Situating Vancouver Island In The British World, 1846-49," BC Studies (Spring 2005): 5-30.

Greg Lange, "Smallpox Epidemic Of 1862 Among Northwest Coast And Puget Sound Indians," HistoryLink.org (February 4, 2003).

Renisa Mawani, "'The Island Of The Unclean': Race, Colonialism And 'Chinese Leprosy' In British Columbia, 1891-1924," Law, Social Justice And Global Development (2003).

Lynda Poulton, "An Old Fence -- How Indian Reserves Came To Gabriola," Shale, 5 (December 2002): 24-27.

Brian Chisholm, "Aboriginal Burials On Gabriola Island," Shale, 5 (December 2002): 43-45.

Jonathan C. Driver et al., "Stratigraphy, Radiocarbon Dating, And Culture History Of Charlie Lake Cave, British Columbia," Arctic, 49 (September 1996): 265-277.

Jean Barman , "New Land, New Lives: Hawaiian Settlement In British Columbia," Hawaiian Journal Of History, 29 (1995).

  Jeannie L. Kanakos, "The Negotiations To Relocate The Songhees Indians, 1843-1911," Hallmark Heritage Society.

Robin Fisher, "Joseph Trutch And Indian Land Policy," BC Studies (Winter 1971-72): 3-31.


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