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Listen to the life stories of residents of the Upper Fraser communities. These forestry-based settlements thrived in the early 20th century, but as forestry practices changed so did the land and people of the Upper Fraser.
The Northern BC Archives & Special Collections acquires, preserves, and provides access to materials of permanent value that relate to:
The institutional history of UNBC
The culture and history of Northern British Columbia
We serve research and scholarship by making these records available to researchers, students, faculty, and the general public.
Our holdings contain materials from 1697 to the present:
2,719+ Linear metres of archival materials
9,795+ Rare books
33,000+ Photographic images
3,000+ Cartographic materials
1,000+ Sound and moving image recordings
500+ Artworks from the University Art Collection
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