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Land and mining record book

  • GR-0833
  • Series
  • 1859-1870

This series consists of a ledger and general record book, 1859-1871. The creator of the volume is not clear, but was likely the Government Agent who worked in or around Lytton. The volume was used for several purposes overtime. It includes the following types of information: list of pre-emptions for Lytton City; mining licences, free miner's certificates, liquor licences, trading licences, garden plots and ground rentals from the Lytton area (Fraser Canyon to Kamloops); records of miners and storekeepers occupying Crown land as garden plots and residences throughout the Fraser Canyon area; copies of bridge toll agreements and ferry operation contracts for places on the Fraser River, Thompson River, Nicola River, Savonna's ferry, Anderson River and Bridge River.

British Columbia. Government Agent (Lytton)

Lytton Government Agency account books

  • GR-3049
  • Series
  • 1858-1900

This series consists of various financial records created by the Lytton Government Agent and related government employees from 1858-1900. The records include account books, cash books, records of licences, lists of lots, receipts, a list of prisoners and charge book for the Lytton gaol, road tolls collected at Lytton, a store ledger, waste books and collectorate books. Collectorate books record the collection of various fees by the government agent. Such as trade licences, liquor licences, marriage licences, pre-emption records, water records, mining records, fines, deposits and rent. There are also handwritten notes and invoices created by the Government Agent for the Hope-Yale-Lytton District.

British Columbia. Government Agent (Lytton)

Lytton, Kamloops and Ashcroft Government Agent records

  • GR-4107
  • Series
  • 1858-1949

This series consists of a variety of records created by Government Agents and other government officials stationed in the Lytton, Yale and Kamloops area from 1858-1949. The records include registrations of water rights (mostly for mining purposes); placer mining forms; mining record books recording mineral claims, placer claims, leases, records of abandonment and bills of sale; and an unlabeled cash book covering Cache Creek, Bonaparte, Okanagan, Tranquille, Dead Man’s Creek, Savona Ferry, Kamloops, and Nicola which records office expenditures and collectorates such as school taxes, property taxes, leases, road tolls, court fees, water records, licences, etc.

British Columbia. Government Agent (Lytton)