One hundred years of beekeeping in British Columbia, 1858-1958
B.C. Honey Producers' Association, 1958 - Bee culture - 137 pages
A history of British Columbia and its pioneers, who took up bee keeping for pleasure or profit. It is a history of beekeepers as well as a history of beekeeping.
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