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Annie York and Arthur Urquhart interview
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CALL NUMBER: T0678:0001 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1965-10-25 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Miss Annie York describes her grandfather, Joseph York (1868?-1951), who attended Anglican schools at Jackass Mountain; his lifelong work for the CPR; several anecdotes about things that hap;pened to him during his lifetime; his character; Spuzzum Indians; Indians in Lytton; how Spuzzum got its name; Harry James; events in Spuzzum; Indians of Spuzzum; basket weaving; Spuzzum Indian chiefs; the Chinook language; languages used in church; she recites the Lord's Prayer and some hymns in her native tongue, Thompson Indian. TRACK 2: Miss York sings a bit more and discusses the hymns; Rev;erend Higgs; anecdotes about family; her great grandmother; her grandmother; her mother; her partner, Mr. Palmer; Chief James; Thompson Village. She tells the story of the Lytton Indians and Simon Fra;ser as told to her by her grandmother, who was ten years old at the time of the meeting, and sings the song that was sung to Simon Fraser when he left the Indians. More on Simon Fraser; more on hymns ;and prayers; teaching.; CALL NUMBER: T0678:0002 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1965-10-25 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Miss York continues by discussing how Indians prepare food. Then Arthur Urquhart, who was born in Yale and moved to Spuzzum, describes his earliest recollections about his family; his father; people in the area; Chinese people; what people wore; what Spuzzum was like. TRACK 2: Miss York comes back on and tells stories that Chief James told her, and describes his life; bridges and settl;ements in the area; customs of the Indians; more on cooking; more stories about social customs; her father; Indian religion and beliefs; the origins of the river and the moon.;
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Imbert Orchard, 1974-1975
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Accession number(s): T0678
Orchard ; FT-35/1-4
speaker: Arthur Urquhart, speaker: Annie York, interviewer: Imbert Orchard, sound recording: Ian Stephen
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- Chinese--British Columbia DNU
- Chinook jargon
- Fraser Canyon Region (B.C.)--History
- Frontier and pioneer life--British Columbia
- Indians--British Columbia--Food preparation
- Indians--British Columbia--Fraser Canyon Region
- Indians--British Columbia--Social life and customs
- Lytton (B.C.)--History
- Northwest, Canadian--Discovery and exploration
- Thompson Indians