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Creating Order: The Liberals, the Landowners, and the Draining of Sumas Lake, British Columbia
This essay considers the draining of Sumas Lake, British Columbia, Canada, by the provincial government in the 1920s. I argue that both the B.C. state and local iandowners believed in the virtue ofExpand
National Parks: What are they good for?
Guardians of the Wild: A History of the Warden Service of Canada's National Parks  by Robert J. Burns, Mike Schintz Phantom Parks: The Struggle to Save Canadas National Parks  by Rick Searle NaturalExpand
Sternwheelers and Canyon Cats: Whitewater Freighting on the Upper Fraser (review)
oublié de discuter du rôle essentiel des sous-traitants et passe trop rapidement sur le rôle des terres privées dans les approvisionnements de bois. Pourtant, la place des sous-traitants dansExpand
Creating a Modern Countryside: Liberalism and Land Resettlement in British Columbia
In Creating a Modern Countryside, James Murton disentangles the political shift from nineteenth-century classical liberalism to a more modern twentieth-century statist liberal model. To do this, heExpand
What J.W. Clark Saw in British Columbia, or, Nature and the Machine
IN 1931 JOHN WILLIAM (J.W.) CLARK donated a collection of 1,400 photographic lantern slides to the BC government, directing that they be used "in the interests of Truth and for British Columbia." HadExpand