Canada's Historic Places
This is a list of all of the registered Canadian historic sites, providing information of history, significance, location and other facts about the site.
The page specifically for the Norwegian Cemetery may be seen here.
This is a site created by Ross Jaimeson and his undergraduate Simon Fraser University students in Historical Archaeology Spring 2013. This site is comprised of various historical sites that students found important in Vancouver and the lower mainland of BC Canada. The theme of these sites include architecture, military, community, industry, recreation and institutional life. Some of these sites can still be seen on the landscape, some are in poor condition and some that only exist in memory and records.
Check out vancouvertraces
Delta Museum and Archives
The Delta Museum and archives is a great way to find information on the Norwegian community in Annieville and about the history and everyday life in Delta, BC, Canada.
Check out the archives or plan to visit the museum for a taste of historic Delta here.
Delta Heritage Passport
These are two booklets for exploring historic Delta with site locations, pictures and historical explanations created by the Corporation of Delta. Visit all the sites and complete the checklist or just read for interest here:
This site gives a listing of historic sites in delta with more pictures and information and some information on the pioneers of Delta.
Visit it here.
Faa, Eric. ( 1995) Norwegians in the North West: Settlement in British Columbia, 1858-1918. Victoria, Canada : Runestad
This book looks at Norwegian settlement in British Columbia looking at prominent figures and their life, as well as the general lifestyles and occupations the settlers had. It even makes a comparison between Canada and Norway and more interestingly between the indigenous peoples life styles.