Project: British Columbia
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Source: Wikipedia. Description: "Wait for me daddy":British Columbia Regiment, DCO, marching in New Westminster, 1940 (LP 109). Date: 1 October 1940. Source City of Vancouver Archives online database. Author: Claude Dettloff, photographer. Permission (Reusing this file): Copyright expired.
- British Columbia Archives
- BC Archives search page
- British Columbia Genealogical Society
- Library Archives Canada - British Columbia
- Vancouver Island Census 1871-1911
- BC Historical Newspapers 1859-1995
- British Columbia City Directories 1860-1955
- British Columbia Online Genealogy
- British Columbia Adoption Searching
- British Columbia on Family Search
- British Columbia GenWeb
- British Columbia WikiPedia
- The Canadian Encyclopedia, British Columbia
- Famous People from British Columbia
- List of people from British Columbia - Wikipedia
- The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture. Gabriel Dumont Institute, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education, the Department of Canadian Heritage's Canadian Culture Online Program, the Canada Council for the Arts, SaskCulture, the Government of Canada and the University of Saskatchewan
- Colonial North American Place Names (Google spreadsheet)
- Vancouver Archives: The Vancouver Archives post a blog called Authenticity, which covers all kinds of fascinating stuff about what's available in the archives, what's newly added, and so on. Currently, they're doing a series on using the resources in the archives to research the history of a particular building, like, say, the house your grandparents lived in.
- Changing Vancouver: There's another blog called Changing Vancouver which posts historic photos of different buildings in Vancouver, with accompanying photos of how the same place looks today, with a short history of the building(s) involved. I don't know who's behind it, but apparently, they haunt the public library and the archives, because they dig up the most amazing facts.
- WestEndVancouver: "This site is about the history of the West End in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, starting in the late 1800s and running to about 1920. It deals mostly with the West of Denman area, from Denman Street on the east to Stanley Park on the west, and from Coal Harbour on the north to English Bay on the south."
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