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Virtual Exhibitions

Changing Waters: The Impact of Hydroelectric Development on the Landscape British Columbia from the Ron Waters Collection

Visit the exhibition at http://touchstonesnelson.ca/exhibitions/waters/


Captured Power – Hydroelectric Projects from the Stevens Studio Collection

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Discovered – The Kootenay Outlet Collection

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Snapshots of the West

Visit the exhibition at http://touchstonesnelson.ca/exhibitions/ludwig/


Landscape Lost: Forestry and Life in the Duncan River Valley

The exhibit is available at: http://touchstonesnelson.ca/exhibitions/wallace/

The creation of the site has been funded in part by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, University of British Columbia, British Columbia History Digitization Program.


A History of John Houston

View the site at http://www.johntruthhouston.com

The project was funded through a grant from Columbia Basin Trust/Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, and through contributions from Touchstones Nelson.


heartlab presents: Re-surface

View an interactive, virtual experience of heartlab presents: Re-surface.

Touchstones gratefully acknowledges the support of the BC Arts council for making this website possible.


Alf Crossley: Spirit of the Land

View the Alf Crossley online exhibit.


Changes Upstream – the Photographs of Stanley G. Triggs

Visit the exhibition at http://touchstonesnelson.ca/exhibitions/triggs/

The creation of the site has been funded in part by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, University of British Columbia, British Columbia History Digitization Program.


A Life in the Woods – Oral Histories from the West Kootenay Forests

View the exhibit online at http://touchstonesnelson.ca/exhibitions/forest/

Funding for the development of the site was received from the BC History Digitization Program of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at the University of British Columbia.


Sternwheelers of Kootenay Lake

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This online exhibit was developed in partnership with the Virtual Museum of Canada and local museums and historical societies

Virtual Museum of Canada

The Art of Doukhobor Textiles

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Balance of Power: Hydroelectric Development in Southeastern British Columbia

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The Dewdney Trail

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In the exhibition, the route of the Dewdney Trail can be traced with either an interactive map or a virtual flyover. The exhibition was created in partnership with The Virtual Museum of Canada. Research assistance was provided by: Creston and District Museum, Trail Historical Society, Rossland Museum, Boundary Museum, Fort Steele Archives, Canadian Museum of Rail Travel in Cranbrook, Salmo Museum and Kettle River Museum.


The Silver King

Virtual Museum of Canada