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Colonial Office correspondence with Hudson's Bay Co. with regard to Vancouver Island

This series consists of transcripts of correspondence with the Hudson's Bay Company relating to the conveyance, settlement, and reconveyance of Vancouver Island. Correspondence is arranged chronologically.

Volume 1: 1822-1851
Volume 2: 1852-1856.
Volume 3: 1856-1858
Volume 4: 1858-1860
Volume 5: 1860-1863
Volume 6: 1863-1880

Great Britain. Colonial Office

Business records

The series consists of accounts and bills kept by Humphrey O'Sullivan, 1862-1890. Included in the unit is the hiring contract between O'Sullivan and the Hudson's Bay Company, 19 January 1886.

Legal opinions offered by Attorney General

  • GR-1459
  • Series
  • 1864-1879

This series contains legal opinions offered by Attorney General on a wide range of subjects. For more information on the subjects covered, please consult the attached finding aid.

British Columbia. Dept. of the Attorney-General

From the mountains to the sea : Tales of two cities

SUMMARY: "Tales of Two Cities", number 6 in the series, is a program contrasting the early years, development, and characteristics of Victoria and Vancouver, prior to the First World War. Voices heard include: Kathleen Agnew, Isabel Sweeney, Nellie Hood, Madge Muskett, Maisie Hurley, Stanley Meadows, Roger Monteith, William Wallace, Russell Walker and B.C. Hilliam.