Introduction by Kathryn Bridge
Pre-Hispanic Metalwork of Colombia by María Alicia Uribe Villegas, Juan Pablo Quintero Guzmán and Héctor García Botero
The British Columbia Commonwealth: Gold Seekers and the Rush for Freedom by Daniel Marshall
Images and Intention: Early BC Gold Rushes Seen Through the Eyes of Painters and Photographers by Don Bourdon
Chinese Footprints in the Fraser River Gold Rush by Lily Chow
Trans-Pacific Gold Mountain Trade: Traces of Material Culture from BC’s Gold Rush by Tzu-I Chung
Women in the Fraser and Cariboo Gold Rushes by Marie Elliott
Conflict in the New El Dorado by Daniel Marshall
Another Wooden City in the Rocks: Historic Places of the Gold Rush in BC by Jennifer Iredale
After the Gold Rush: The History of Barkerville Historic Town by Judy Campbell
The Gold Rush and Confederation by Lorne Hammond
Dr Kathryn Bridge is a historian, archivist and museum curator. She has written several books on historical figures in BC, including By Snowshoe, Buckboard & Steamer (about BC’s frontier women), which won the 1998 Lieutenant-Governor’s Medal for Historical Writing, and most recently Emily Carr in England (RBCM 2014).
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