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High Priestess of Modern Song

Eva Gauthier pushed boundaries of both music and early twentieth-century comportment during her remarkable international musical career. Read more

The Red Baron on Film

Although a century separates us from the First World War, footage of the legendary German flying ace brings him as close as a computer screen.
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Windows to the Past

Storefronts tell the story of Vancouver’s Chinese community. Read more

Tobacco Pipes

Clay tobacco pipes became part of European culture after explorers encountered Indigenous peoples in North America in the sixteenth century. Read more

Roots: House Histories

Tips for teasing out the tales behind your family home. Read more

In the Company of Explorers

From the Beaver Archives: On the hunt for a historic Hudson Bay island, plus more stories from the Spring 1971 issue of The Beaver. Read more

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