British Columbia Historical Federation
The Federation provides a collective voice for its member societies.
About the British Columbia Historical Federation
The British Columbia Historical Association was established on October 12, 1922, and on March 2, 1927, the Association was registered under the Societies Act. It was renamed the British Columbia Historical Federation on July 29, 1983 — a name that better reflects its role as an umbrella organization for provincial historical societies. The Federation is a nonprofit organization registered as a charitable society under the Income Tax Act.
The British Columbia Historical Federation has three publications: two print and one website. Its quarterly magazine, British Columbia History, is dedicated solely to the history of the province of British Columbia.
The British Columbia Historical News first appeared in Spring 1968. Early issues included news from member societies and of local historical interest as well as a feature article. As the journal matured it published fewer news items and more feature articles, so to reflect this change the title was revised to British Columbia History in 2005. All of these publications have now been digitized and made available to researchers on-line through a partnership with UBC Library. British Columbia History is a member of the Magazine Association of British Columbia.
In order to provide timely information to member societies the British Columbia Historical Federation Newsletter has been issued since June 2003.
|1922–1925||Judge F.W. Howay|
|1936–1937||William Kaye Lamb|
|1938||Dr. Walter Noble Sage|
|1941||Kenneth A. Waites|
|1945||Helen R. Boutilier|
|1947||George B. White|
|1949||Dr. Margaret Ormsby|