Postcontact Culture & History
- Virtual Museum Secwepemc History: The First 220 Years of Contact
- Connecting Traditions: History & Culture of the Secwepemc People
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- Royal B.C. Museum: Records of the Hudson's Bay Company relative to the Thompson's River Post, (Kamloops, BC) 1821-1865)
- Royal B.C. Museum: LOLO (Leolo), Jean-Baptiste (1798-1865) Chief Lolo. HBC employee, trader & Indian spokesperson.
- BC Archives Time Machine: European Contact
- Canadian Museum of Civilization—James Teit Collection of Interior Salish Artifacts
With a team of researchers, James Teit was hired in the late 1800s by Franz Boas and the American Museum of Natural History to collect artifacts and research the culture and language of Pacific North First Nations. James amassed most of the Interior Salish collection. He married Lucy Artko, a Nlaka'pamux woman, and settled in Spences Bridge in British Columbia. See Photos in the James Teit Collection
- First Nations Land Rights and Environmentalism in B.C and Historical Photos
- First Peoples Cultural Foundation
- Timeline of First Nations History in B.C