Item AAAB1159 - Ann Rottacker interview : [Reimer, 1976]

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Ann Rottacker interview : [Reimer, 1976]

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  • sound recording

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AAAB1159

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  • 1976-04-10 [date recorded] (Creation)

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SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Fort St. James, 1862-1914 PERIOD COVERED: 1862-1914 RECORDED: Williams Lake (B.C.), 1976-04-10 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mrs. Ann A. Rottacker discusses her background: born 1896 in Fort St. James; father, Alexander C. Murray, was the Hudson's Bay Factor; details about father. Fort St. James described: domestic; details; fur trade; relations between Indians and A.C. Murray. Elementary school in Fort St. James. Mrs. Rottacker at school in Victoria for four years. Mrs. Rottacker spoke Carrier as a child. Fathe;r A.G. Morice described. Cataline (Jean Caux) described. Travel. Father was at Fort St. James from 1862 to 1914. TRACK 2: Father travelled by snowshoe from Lower Fort Garry to Fort St. James in 1862.; Mrs. Rottacker sings briefly in Carrier. Kitchen garden at Fort St. James described. More on childhood. Route travelled between Fort St. James and Victoria in about 1905. Details of diet. HBC "open h;ouse" for Indians described. Clothing described.;

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Provincial Archives of British Columbia. [staff members], [1974-1987]

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Reference cassette copy available in container 000443-060.

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  • Copyright Status: Copyright British Columbia Archives.

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The voice of Winnifred Bennie is also heard during the interview.

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Accession number(s): T1039

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speaker: Ann A. Rottacker, interviewer: Derek Lawrence Reimer, sound recording: Ian Stephen

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