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Columbia River Treaty lectures collection
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32 audio reels
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The collection consists of audio recordings of thirteen talks on the topic "Perspectives on the Columbia River Treaty", presented at Simon Fraser University from January to April 1974, presumably as part of a course. The speakers include federal and provincial politicians, B.C. Hydro officials, treaty advisors and officials, and Canadian and American academics.
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Simon Fraser University. [unidentified department], 1974?
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No further accruals are expected.
Archives code(s): Fonds description was previously numbered AAAA8123.
Accession number(s): T0243; T0525; T0526; T0527; T0528; T0529; T0530; T0531; T0532; T0533; T0534; T0535; T0536
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- British Columbia--Politics and government--1952-1972
- Canada--Politics and government--1957-1963
- Canada--Foreign relations--United States
- Columbia River--Power utilization
- Columbia River Treaty, 1961
- Federal-provincial relations (Canada)--British Columbia
- Flood control--Columbia River
- Water resource development--Columbia River