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George Kitselas, Terrace Area pioneer

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1983-02-10 SUMMARY: Radio profile of George Kitselas, Terrace area pioneer, a descendant of the Chief Kitselas after whom Kitselas Canyon was named. He is recalled by relatives and friends, including Helen McRae of Usk, B.C., and George's nephew Richard Morgan of Kitwanga, B.C.

My Life Story / Belle Delia Watt

The item is a photocopy of "My Life Story" by Belle Delia Watt of Calgary, a machine operator and real estate agent. It is an account of Watt's family and early days in Terrace, along with brief reminiscences of Port Essington and Prince Rupert.

Scene on Kalum Street, Terrace

Post Office, Bank of Montreal, liquor store (later E.T. Kenney's Real Estate), F.C. Bishop New and Used Furniture store (with poster for Glengarry School Days on side of building), Sparkes Bros. general store.

Harold T. Allen interview : [Nicholson, 1977]

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): United Church minister and C.C.F. activist : Reverend Harold Tuttle Allen PERIOD COVERED: 1909-1977 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Reverend Harold Tuttle Allen discusses his family background and birth in Montreal in 1902. Family came to Naramata in 1909. Schooling. Decision to become a United Church minister. Theological training. First position at Coalmont, B.C. Marriage and children. Pastorates at McBride, Terrace and Cumberland. Special services. Summer camps. TRACK 2: Founds first C.C.F. group in Terrace. C.C.F.; work at Cumberland. Running for office at Cumberland. Secretary of Victoria Presbytery. Move to Sardis in 1939. Wartime activities. Fernie: anti-education attitude. Haney, 1949-1953. Vancouver returned soldiers' area, 1953-1956. Field secretary in Lord's Day Alliance. Retired to Victoria and work at churches there. C.C.F. candidate in Victoria in 1966. Alcoholism as a problem in the community. Theological and social ideas.;

Land records relating to the sale of townsite lots

  • GR-1093
  • Series
  • 1911-1958

This series contains land records files relating to the sale of townsite lots at Terrace, B.C. Includes correspondence, memoranda, lot lists, reports, sketches, newspaper clippings, etc. From the Dept. of Lands early chronological series of lands files, file No. 21797/11.

British Columbia. Dept. of Lands and Forests

Operational records

  • GR-1264
  • Series
  • 1973-1975

This series contains operational records concerned with the North Line and North-west Line timber study reports: File 1, Smithers Veneer Plant Study; File 2, Port Simpson Sawmill Proposal; File 3, Terrace-Hazelton Forest Resources Study.

British Columbia. Prince Rupert Forest District

[Terrace slash footage]

Stock shots. Shows logging, logged area, snags, slash and slashburning in the vicinity of Kitimat River and Lakelse Lake. Also shows Crown Zellerbach fire hazard rating sign.

Premier Bennett campaign -- forestry tour

The item consists of two reels of original film footage from 1969. It shows Premier W.A.C. Bennett at the opening of the Cowichan Valley Forest Museum in Duncan, 17 May 1969; at Prince Rupert [ferry terminal?], 19 May; visiting the Terrace & District Hospital, Terrace Municipal Hall, and B.C. Vocational School, 21 May; and laying the cornerstone for the new Bulkley Valley Forest Industries Ltd. lumber mill at Houston, 22 May. R.G. Williston, H.R. MacMillan & Waldo Skillings also appear.

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