Omineca district (B.C.)



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Aleza Lake Experimental Station correspondence and other records

  • GR-0958
  • Series
  • 1924-1968

This series consists of records of the Aleza Lake Experiment Station. Records include correspondence relating to silviculture, forest fires, forestry research, forest biology, timber cruising, timber scaling, and forest surveys; nursery project reports; scalers' notebooks; meteorological records, 1952-1963; records relating to the Youth Forestry Training Plan, 1938-1940, the High School Summer Employment Plan, 1952-1953, and the Canadian Institute of Forestry Conference, Prince George, 1959; correspondence regarding sawmills and planer mills in the Prince George Forest District, 1961, and a ledger, 1952-1954.

Aleza Lake Experimental Station

Annual grazing reports

  • GR-1233
  • Series
  • 1932-1933

This series contains annual grazing reports submitted to the Chief Forester by the District Forester of the Fort George Forest District.

British Columbia. Forest Branch

Circulars from District Forester to field staff pertaining to forest management

  • GR-1216
  • Series
  • 1966-1977

This series contains circular letters from District Forester to field staff pertaining to forest protection, forest management, etc. It includes some circular letters from the Chief Forester to District Foresters.

British Columbia. Prince George Forest District (1953-1978)

Correspondence and other material

  • GR-1047
  • Series
  • 1918-1920

Records relate to the Soldiers' Homestead Act, the Soldiers' Land Act, and the B.C. Returned Soldiers' Aid Commission. Types of records include correspondence, reports and memoranda; includes a proposal for soldier settlement in Stuart Lake District.

British Columbia. Land Settlement Board

Correspondence and other material

  • GR-1081
  • Series
  • 1953-1961

This series consists of records of the Land Inspector and Government Agent, Prince George, relating to government land reserves in Cariboo, Cassiar, Range 4 and Range 5 Land Districts. Correspondence, memoranda, plans, and reports concerning recreation, highway, B.C. Forest Service, railway, school and power line reserves.

British Columbia. Dept. of Lands and Forests

Correspondence outward from the District Forester

  • GR-1232
  • Series
  • 1959-1977

This series contains circular letters from the District Forester to field staff pertaining to forest protection, forest management, range management, office methods etc. The records include some circular letters from the Chief Forester to District Foresters. The records are arranged chronologically.

British Columbia. Prince George Forest District (1953-1978)

Daily diary

  • GR-1283
  • Series
  • 1929

This series contains the daily diary kept by Constable J.H. McClinton, British Columbia Provincial Police, "D" Division, stationed at Prince George.

British Columbia. Provincial Police Force

Diverse mining records

  • GR-1771
  • Series
  • 1864-1896

The series consists of a small group of diverse mining records created between 1864 and 1896 by the Dept. of Mines and its predecessor bodies. It includes declaratory statements (Cariboo district) concerning the partnerships formed, applications for leaves of absence and mining court records from the Omineca district.

British Columbia. Dept. of Mines

F. Arthur Hankin interview

SUMMARY: This is probably the original tape of the Hankin interview, from which the preservation master (described under T1233:0001) was made.

F. Arthur Hankin interview

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): F. Arthur Hankin : some memories of the Hazelton area before 1900 PERIOD COVERED: 1866-1900 RECORDED: Hazelton (B.C.), 1966 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Arthur Hankin describes an excursion from the Hazelton area to the Omineca on a Grand Trunk Pacific survey crew; an incident involving Indian mental telepathy; Fort McLeod; Billy Ware, a Hudson's Bay Company factor; R.E. Loring (Mr. Hankin's stepfather), the Indian agent at Hazelton and an ertist; Hazelton before 1900; the first steamboat to arrived in Hazelton, the "Caledonia" (1891); Indians in the area; his father, Thomas Hankin, who established Hazelton; the first packers; the packer Jean Caux, known as Cataline; the trail to Babine; fur trade; Thomas Hankin; John Dorsey; Gabriel; LeCroix; Hankin's mother, Margaret McCall (sp?) of Fort Victoria. [TRACK 2: blank.]

Frank Swannell papers

The records include: diaries, field books, scrapbooks and subject files containing notes and correspondence covering Swannell's career as a surveyor in Northern British Columbia, his army service in the First World War in Europe and Russia and his later travels in British Columbia, Europe and Asia. The diaries and field books are profusely illustrated with photos.


Series consists of an account of part of a journey from North Dakota to Atlin [translated from the original Finnish]. With a group of investors from North Dakota who had formed the Alaska Mercantile and Mining Co. in 1897, Tervo set out for the Klondike, travelling to Ashcroft by train and then north via Quesnel and Hazelton. The account ends a few days north of Hazelton.

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