Fonds AM463 - Native Sons of British Columbia fonds

Members of the Native Sons of British Columbia Members of the Native Sons and Daughters of British Columbia at Victoria War Memorial Officers of the Grand Post Members of the Native Sons of British Columbia Native Sons and Daughters of B.C. in Victoria, B.C. : April 27-28, 1928 Native Sons and Daughters of British Columbia Jubilee Grand Post Convention : Vancouver, B.C. : J... Grand Post - Native Daughters and Native Sons of British Columbia - New Westminster April 18-19, ... Native Sons of British Columbia Grand Post Meeting : New Westminster, B.C. : May 5th and 6th, 1927 Annual Conventions of "Native Sons of B.C." and "Native Daughters of B.C." : ... Annual Convention - "Native Sons of B.C." : Fort Langley, B.C. : Oct. 7th - 8th, 1932 Native Daughters of British Columbia Grand Post Convention : Vancouver, B.C. : March 29th - 30, 1940

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Native Sons of British Columbia fonds

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AM463

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  • 1.8 m of textual records
  • ca. 90 photographs

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The Native Sons of British Columbia was founded in 1898 to promote the interests of British Columbia, Canada, and the British Empire. It spoke out on matters relating to British Columbia history, citizenship, and Oriental exclusion. Various Posts were established in the Province. The Grand Post consisted of delegates elected from various subordinate Posts and functioned as a governing and advisory body.

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The fonds consists of the minutes and correspondence of the Grand Post, as well as membership records, photographs, publications, and clippings.

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Photographs in this fonds have been assigned catalogue numbers with the prefix CVA 465.

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