"The Great Darkening" describes the experience of many British Columbia First Nations during, and in the aftermath of, several horrific smallpox epidemics that took place over about 12 months beginning in mid-1862.
Lhatsassin Memorial Day commemorates the hanging of "The Chilcotin Chiefs" in 1864/65. In conjunction with the 150th anniversary of this hanging, the Premier of B.C. fully exonerated "The Chilcotin Chiefs" of any crime or wrongdoing. This playlist contains highlights from the ceremony.