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Fruits of Ontario
Printed by the Ontario Department of Agriculture 1906 (pdf)

Alternative Schools in British Columbia, 1960-1975
By Harley Steven Rothstein (1999) (pdf)

Community Heritage Context Study - Kootenay Lake
Electoral Area D (2008) (pdf)

Thoughts on a Sunday Morning - the 27th day of November 2022 - Advent 1
By The Rev. Nola Crewe

The Bridge
A Story of the Great Lakes by M. L. C. Pickthall (1922) (pdf)

Life and Letters of Sir Wilfrid Laurier
By Oscar Douglas Skelton (1921) in two volumes.  Added these to the foot of our Sir Wilfrid Laurier page

Salt Seas and Sailormen
By Frederick William Wallace (1923) (pdf)

Thoughts on a Sunday Morning - the 20th day of November 2022 - Retired or Retiring
By The Rev. Nola Crewe

The Lure of the Kilt
Dedicated to the Band of the 134th Batt., C. E. F. In attendance at the Ceremony in Westminster Abbey, commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Confederation of the Provinces of Canada, in the presence of their Majesties the King and queen.  Words by George Cox.

Tillicums of the Trail
Being Klondike Yarns Told to Canadian Soldiers Overseas by a Sourdough Padre By George C. F. Pringle, Chaplain in the Field with the Cameron Highlanders of Canada (1922) (pdf)

Celebration of the life of Cleata Morris (pdf)

Knights Errant of the Wilderness
Tales of the Explorers of the great North-West by Morden H. Long (1922) (pdf)

The Shack Locker
Yarns of the Deep Sea Fishing Fleets by Frederick William Wallace (1916) (pdf)

Janovicek, Nancy. “Seeds of Knowledge From Back-to-the-Land to Urban Gardening.”
In: “Environmental Knowledge, Environmental Politics,” edited by Jonathan Clapperton and Liza Piper, RCC Perspectives: Transformations in Environment and Society 2016, no. 4, 33–40. (pdf)

Thoughts on a Sunday Morning - the 13th day of November 2022 - the Echo Chamber
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

Isles of Scotland
By OrthodoxCanada

The Writing on the Wall
In three parts - Past, Present and Future by H. Glynn-Ward (1921) (pdf)

Common Sources of Conflict in Community
By Helen Stevenson (pdf)

Northland Stories
Tales of Trapping Life in the Canadian Wildeness by William MacMillan (1922) (pdf)

A Novel by Robert Stead (1922) (pdf)

Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the Liberal Party
A political History in two volumes by J. S. Willison (1903)

Thoughts on a Sunday Morning the 6th day of November 2022 - On Remembering
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

When Canada was New France
By George H. Locke (1919) (pdf)

In a Fishing Country
By W. H. Blake (1922) (pdf)

Ideological Migration and War Resistance in British Columbia’s West Kootenays
An Analysis of Counterculture Politics and Community Networks among Doukhobor, Quaker, and American Migrants during the Vietnam War Era by Kathleen Rodgers and Darcy Ingram (pdf)

Little Foxes
Stories for Boys and Girls by E. A. Henry, D.D., Pastor, Deer Park Presbyterian Church, Toronto and Introduction by Charles W. Gordon, D. D., LL. D. (Ralph Connor) (1922) (pdf)

Alternative Education in the Back-to-the-Land Movement of the West Kootenays, 1959 to 1980
By Nancy Janovicek, University of Calgary (pdf)
This article examines two alternative schools developed by back-to-the-land communities in the West Kootenays, British Columbia. The Argenta Friends School offered an alternative education in a rural community to senior high school students. Quaker observation informed the school’s consensus governance and self-directed learning. The Vallican Whole School was a product of the Slocan Valley counterculture, and taught children from age six to sixteen. Children were encouraged to pursue their own interests rather than to follow a strict curriculum. Although they had different approaches to education, both schools emphasized the importance of learning rural skills as the foundation of an education that encouraged students to thrive in the place where they lived.

Human Beings Need Places Unchanged by Themselves
Defining and Debating Wilderness in the West Kootenays, 1969-74 by Jenny Clayton (pdf)

Bengough's Chalk-Talks
A series of Platform Addresses on various topics, with reproductions of the impromptu Drawings with which they were illustrated by J. W. Bengough (1922) (pdf)

Thoughts on a Sunday Morning - Sunday the 30th of October - Halloween
By Rev. Nola Crewe

An Rubha
The Highland Village Gaelic Folklife Magazine Vol 14 No. 1 (pdf)

Over Prarie Trails
By Frederick Philip Grove (pdf)

Milittia Chieftains
Profiling the Founders of Canada's Scottish Militia Regiments by Patrick Watt (2014) (pdf)

The Lobstick Trail
A novel by Douglas Durkin (1921) (pdf)

By Star and Compass
Tales of the Explorers of Canada by William Stewart Wallace (1922) (pdf)

Thoughts on a Sunday Morning - the 23rd day of October 2022 - The Environment
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

Sawing with the Widest Sawmill in Canada
Added a video to the foot of our logging page.

Herbert Symonds
A Memoir compiled by friends (1921) (pdf)

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