Canada's Visual History CD-ROM from the National Film Board and the Canadian Museum of Civilization contains an 80-volume collection of images and historical articles on Canadian history. The CD-ROM includes 2,400 archival photographs, paintings, drawings, maps, and charts. The content covers precontact to recent Canadian social history. First developed as slide sets, each of the 80 volumes were written by specialists in history, archaeology, or anthropology. The original slide set consisted of 30 slides of historic and archival images and an essay and bibliography.
Four Wars of 1812 is a 95-page book describing the War of 1812 from the perspectives of four peoples - the Americans, the British, the Canadians, and the Native Americans. Co-published by the Canadian Museum of Civilization and Douglas and McIntyre Publishers, this publications takes images and combines each with a one-page essay about a topic.
Celebrating Inuit Art is co-published by the Canadian Museum of Civilization and Key Porter Books. The book features more than 100 Inuit sculptures originally created between 1948 and 1970. They are drawn from private collectors and the Canadian Museum of Civilization to celebrate a prolific period of Inuit artistic creation. With 95 full-colour photographs the book is organized by geographic regional style of carving by noted Inuit artists. Essays by James Houston, Maria Von Finckenstein and Ann Meekitjuk Hanson are included.
Reservation X showcases installations created by seven of North America's foremost Indigenous artists: Mary Longman, of Gordon Reserve, Saskatchewan; Nora Naranjo-Morse, of Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico; Marianne Nicolson, of Kingcome Inlet, British Columbia; Shelley Niro, of Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario; Jolene Rickard, of the Tuscarora Nation, New York; Mateo Romero, of Cochitl Pueblo, New Mexico; and C. Maxx Stevens, of the Seminole Nations, Oklahoma. Essays and modern and archival photographs set the installations into a rich variety of personal and political contexts.