Manning, James E. Vancouver; Surveyor
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Manning, James E. Vancouver; Surveyor
Bill of lading for the steamer Beaver to ship goods from Fort Nisqually to Camosun, 20 June 1843; receipt from the Vancouver Island Colonial Surveyor for 98 acres of land in Cowichan district.
Brotchie, William, 1799-1859
Docudrama. The story of Brother XII (Edward Arthur Wilson) and his religious cult on De Courcey Island in the late 1920s, as told through interviews and dramatized episodes. The interviewees include Minard G. (Gerry) Hill, Cecil Clark, Ken Kendal...
The file consists of 5 items: 1 letter applies for a business license at Kennedy Flat; official correspondence (2 letters) pertaining to the effects of union of the colonies (1866) and confederation of the colony (1871) on E.G. Alston and R. Ker.
H.M.S. Egeria, Sporting Journal, Pacific, 1900, describing fishing, hunting and skiing trips and containing manuscript maps and clippings regarding same; correspondence regarding hunting; East Africa Protectorate game licence. Maps transferred to...
Egeria (H.M. Ship)
Continuity and change: the role of the Hudson's Bay Company in Oregon and Vancouver Island, 1824-1859. 1971. vi, 137 leaves. Thesis (M.A.), University of Victoria, 1971. Vita. Bibliography: leaves 126-137. Canadian theses on microfich...
Frawley, Carol Mavis, 1942-
The Shawnigan Lake Lumber Company, 1889-1943. vii, 110 p: tables. Thesis (M.A.), University of Victoria, 1979. Bibliography: p 110-123. Appendices: p 124-164. Vita.Presented by the author, 1980.
Griffin, Robert Brian, 1951-
The diary documents the journey of miner John Waddell (1818-1870) to Vancouver Island in 1862 in search of gold during the Cariboo Gold Rush. Also included are notes on his journey to San Francisco in early 1862 aboard the California steamer Nort...
The item consists of draft notes presumably prepared by a member (not identified) of the Royal Commission on Indian Affairs for the Province of British Columbia (McKenna-McBride Royal Commission). The notes are not dated by year, but are thought t...
A study of the impact of modern life on a Canadian Indian Band. 284 leaves: fig., tables. Thesis (Ph.D.), Columbia University, 1959. Bibliography: leaves 269-274. University Microfilms, 59-2858.
Lewis, Claudia Louise, 1907-
"Memoirs". Genealogical account of the Burkitt family and reminiscences of author's boyhood in London, England; account of author's apprenticeship at Salvation Army's Hadleigh training farm and of his emigration to Vancou...
Burkitt, William Adlard Theodore
Sandford Fleming and the establishment of a Pacific cable. 1972. x, 360 leaves: ill., maps. Thesis (Ph.D.), University of Alberta, 1972. Bibliography: leaves 348-360. Canadian theses on microfilm, 13541.
Richeson, David R.
A typed transcript of an account of collecting trips made to the West Coast of Vancouver Island and the Queen Charlotte Islands in the summers of 1945 and 1946 by California biologist Edward F. Ricketts. The account is a mixture of notes on marin...
Ricketts, Edward F., d. 1946. Marine Biologist
Charles John Seghers: Missionary Bishop in the American Northwest, 1839-1886. xii, 617 pages: maps. Thesis (Ph.D.), University of Washington, 1963. Vita. Bibliography: pages 590-617. Purchased from University Microfilms, 1982.
Steckler, Gerard George, 1927-
The problem of stuttering in certain North American Indian Societies. vii, 252 leaves: tables. Thesis (Ph.D.), State University of Iowa, 1959. Bibliography: leaves 179-187. University Microfilms, 59-3821.
Stewart, Joseph L.
Keeping the peace on Vancouver Island: the colonial police and the Royal Navy, 1850-1866. vii, 235 leaves: tables. Thesis (M.A.), University of Victoria, 1981. Vita. Bibliography: leaves 223-228. Canadian theses on microfiche, 52860.
Thackray, William Swanton, 1927-
In 1873, the Victoria and Esquimalt Railway was incorporated to build a railroad from Victoria to Esquimalt harbor, contingent upon the choice of the Pacific terminus for the Canadian Pacific Railway (BCS 1873, 23). In 1876, this contingency was ...
Victoria and Esquimalt Railway Co.