Barkley Sound (B.C.)



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  • GR-1169
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  • 1860-1865

This series contains letters inward and outward of J.D. Pemberton and B.W. Pearse, Colonial Surveyors. It also includes copies of correspondence with Edward Stamp and Gilbert Malcolm Sproat pertaining to purchases of lands and various agreements on lands at Alberni and Barclay Sound in regard to the establishment and operation of a sawmill and a copper mining company. Includes a map of company land holdings in the Alberni valley.

Vancouver Island. Office of the Surveyor General

Journal and other material

Journal, September 1, 1881 - April 30, 1895, kept by Harry Guillod, who was appointed as the first Indian Agent, West Coast Agency, in 1881. The journal is in a bound volume which also contains copies of correspondence outward, February 1894 - August 1895. The collection includes loose copies of correspondence outward and three monthly reports, 1892-1897, and three letters inward, 1891-1898. Guillod was based in Alberni from 1881 to 1884, in Ucluelet from 1884 to 1889, and in Alberni until his retirement in 1903, and death in 1906.

[May Day; Uchuck I; Kelowna Regatta; Royal visit, Parksville, 1951; Port Alberni fishing derby]

Amateur film. May Day: parade (mostly children); May Queen, etc. Gardens, beach, house at Parksville. The vessel "Uchuck I" travels from port (Ucluelet?) to places on Barkley Sound; people on board, scenery, etc.; Port Albion Cannery; return trip; Port Alberni Chamber of Commerce trip. Okanagan visit: Kelowna; city streets; 45th Regatta [i.e., 1951] - Ogopogo float; parks, people, fruit. Royal Visit to Parksville; motorcade with Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip [1951]. Small parade. Waterfalls. Port Alberni fishing derby, held by the Tyee Club: fishing; men displaying their catches; weighing in the fish, etc.

Ohiat man, Barclay Sound

Item consists of one studio portrait (mid-length) of an Ohiat [Huu-ay-aht] man from Barclay Sound [Barkley Sound]. Photograph has been cropped into an oval and adhered to album page. "Ohiat Indian Barclay Sound" is written by hand below.

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