British Columbia--Description and travel--1871-1918

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Diary

Diary of travels on Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, British Columbia, mainland and the U.S. of A.C. Harris (a student visiting B.C. from England) and his brother, Joseph Colebrook Harris, a farmer on Vancouver Island.

Harris, Alexander Charles, 1872-1955

From the mountains to the sea : [radio series, 1967]

The sub-series consists of all 13 episodes of "From the Mountains to the Sea", a series of hour-long radio programs about the history and people of British Columbia's regions, based on oral history interviews recorded by Robert (lat...

James McKinlay Correspondence and Diary

File consists of correspondence regarding McKinlay family finances and a diary written by James McKinlay titled "Diary of the Great Fish River Exploring Party."The diary is written by a different James McKinlay than the eldest son of Arc...

Manuscript

"British Columbia: of their doings there by one of them." Manuscript account of a journey from London, England to Vancouver B.C. and back August 28 - October 6, 1897. Contains photographs, maps, menus, passenger lists and programmes. ...

Williams, Frederick D. London, England

Oral history interviews, field sounds, and music

The series consists of oral history interviews focusing on the European settlement and development of British Columbia, mainly covering the period 1880-1914, recorded all over the province by broadcaster Imbert Orchard. The series also includes f...

People in landscape : [special programs]

The sub-series consists of special programs from the four series of "People in Landscape", a radio program about people and places in British Columbia history that aired from 1968 to 1972. It was based on oral history interviews by Imber...

Two Peace River trips

The file contains photocopied information about two Peace River trips, one from 1911 by John W. Mercer and the second in August-September 1987 by Mercer's daughter "Bobs" Kirkham (Alice Katharine Mercer), granddaughter Tinkey Turner...