Beyond the City Limits: Rural History in British Columbia

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Illustrations, Figures, and Tables
Illustrations
63 Lantzville School
64 Making room for progressivism
71 Robert carves his initials
73 Formalist classroom structure
74 Progressive classroom structure
75 A library of good books
106 Cattle roundup south of Kamloops
116 The De Leeuw Ranch today
123 Looking up the Comox wharf, c. 1890
125 A panther shot near Victoria
127 Black Creek Bridge
128 Horace Smith Jr. of Black Creek
131 The exterior of a typical log and shake cabin at Comox
132 The interior of a typical log and shake cabin at Comox
135 Cougar Cecil Smith with a female panther and two cubs
136 Mack Laing with a black tail deer, Comox, 30 November 1934
137 Cecil Smith with a sheep-killing bear, Comox, 1929
139 Cougar Cecil Smith packing the heads and pelts of two juvenile cougars,
Comox Valley, c. 1925
169 William Henry Curran
169 Mary Sitkwa Whilemot
170 Ellen Curran
170 Margaret Curran
214 Prince George from Connaught Hill, mid-1930s
215 The CN Railway yards at Prince George in 1937
Figures
I.1 Rural and urban populations of British Columbia, 1891-1931 / 4
1.1 Territories of the Lekwammen / 20

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