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Correspondence and papers in reference to Stanley Park and Deadman's Island, British Columbia: Creator: Canada. Department of the Secretary of State: Publisher: Ottawa: S.
Dawson: Date Issued: Description "(Canada. Sessional papers,no. 68A) Concerns the question of whether the park and island were federally or provincially owned.".
Correspondence and papers in reference to Stanley Park and Deadman's Island, British Columbia. Correspondence and papers in reference to Stanley Park and Deadman's Island, British Columbia, Ottawa, Ontario, s.n, Sessional Papers No.
68A, Parliament of Canada, S.E. Dawson, Queen's Printer, by Order of Parliament. Coordinates: 49°17′43″N °07′22″W / °N °W /. Satellite image of Deadman's Island at Google Maps; Correspondence and papers in reference to Stanley Park and Deadman's Island, British Columbia, Ottawa, Ontario, s.n, Sessional Papers No.
68A, Parliament of Canada, S.E. Dawson, Queen's Printer, by Order of Parliament. Stanley Park is the third largest urban park in North America.
Located in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia (BC), the acre park was opened by civic authorities inonly two years after Author: Renisa Mawani.
British Columbia History: Date Available: Provider: Vancouver: University of British Columbia Library: Rights: Images provided for research and reference use only.
Permission to publish, copy, or otherwise use these images must be obtained from the British Columbia Historical Association ([email protected]). CatalogueRecord. My substantive focus is two trials that took place between and and which centered on competing Correspondence and papers in reference to Stanley Park and Deadmans Island claims to Stanley Park, an urban park in Vancouver, British : Renisa Mawani.
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Sources: City of Vancouver Archives, Photograph Collection, Van Sc P66; Stanley Park Ecology Society, Aerial Photograph of Stanley Park, ca. Stanley Park has changed quite significantly since it first opened to the public in (32) British Columbia Historical Quarterly, I. (), pp.2 18 T. Rickard. January as Governor, and the new government, though still consisting of little more than a skeleton crew of magistrates and gold commissioners, was nevertheless making its authority felt.
Correspondence and papers in reference to Stanley Park and Deadman's Island, British Columbia, Ottawa, Ontario, s.n, Sessional Papers No. 68A, Parliament of Canada, S.E. Dawson, Queen's Printer, by Order of Parliament.
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To advertise or donate, call or email [email protected] The densely forested area we know and love as Stanley Park is celebrating its th anniversary this year. Dedicated as a city park in and named after Lord Stanley inStanley Park is one of Vancouver’s proudest features.
It also combines a lot of complicated history that includes the legacies of colonialism, a military presence and local First Nations. The papers of lawyer and Secretary of War Edwin McMasters Stanton () span the yearswith the bulk of the material originating between and They consist of approximately 7, items, most digitally scanned from 14 microfilm reels.
The papers focus chiefly on Stanton's tenure as secretary of war under presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson and stress his role. BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORICAL QUARTERLY Published by the Archives of British Columbia part of Stanley Park, then or later a military reserve, and also in Deadman’s Island Case (Appeal Book before the Privy Council), p.
The naval reserve referred to lay east of Lotand possibly included the Granville townsite of later Size: 3MB. This page is the key to the on-line project which began in and led to the publication of the book Vanishing British Columbia in It also contains below correspondence and requests for information relating to Vancouver and prompted by the book Vancouver Remembered.
Attached label reads: "Thirty-seven years ago in Stanley Park. Along the trail to 3rd Beach, about feet west of the clump of Fir trees called the Seven Sisters. This is the remains of an Indian dug-out canoe that was abandoned on account of "dry rot" in the log.
What is. Michael Layland has won the Basil Stuart-Stubbs Prize for outstanding Scholarly Book on British Columbia for his book In Nature’s Realm: Early Naturalists Explore Vancouver Island. The $2, prize, given by UBC Library and the Pacific BookWorld News Society, will be awarded at UBC’s Irving K.
Barber Learning Centre later this year. A tiny book of poems about Vancouver and points of interest: Spanish Banks, Water Street, Stanley Park, Deadman's Island, Union Street. Personally printed by the author. Vancouver, B.C. Board of Park Commissioners. Official souvenir Stanley Park, Vancouver.
As in his small book on Stanley Park (), Loughnan provides 70 of his own photographs and descriptive captions in this history. Inthe City of Vancouver purchased acres on Sea Island for the purposes of developing an airport and seaplane harbour.
Many Vancouver references are included. British Columbia centenary, Peter Plante. Dedication,and rededication,of Stanley Park.
Further conversation with Frank Plante, of Clarke Road, R.R. 2, New Westminster (Clarke Road is on the way from New Westminster to Port Moody) where he resides with his sister, Mrs. (Captain) George Mayers, 9 August The first rubber tire in British Columbia. The fonds consists of miscellaneous personal papers, ; correspondence and writings on the Crofter Immigration Scheme, ; papers dealing with the writing of his History of British Columbia, ; miscellaneous business papers pertaining to railway speculations and construction and other matters, ; and printed items.
There are some stories about Vancouver that bear retelling. Take the tale of Theodore Ludgate, an American capitalist in the lumber trade who arrived in the city around with a lease for the whole of Deadman’s Island. He was intent on logging its stand of trees and establishing a mill there for the [ ].
Stanley: a young man's colonial experience: Rev. Stanley Howard writing to his family in England, / edited by Laurel Horton St. Peters Publications St. The handsomely produced Vol.
3 of the Vancouver Historical Journal, for example, begins with 65 pages or so on the fire, skips through some photos and early sketches of the West End, alights briefly (one page) upon the unveiling in of Lord Stanley’s statue in Stanley Park, offers full page snaps of the St.
Roch and her captain Henry. Correspondence and papers connected with the Gilchrist scholarship examination and other matters [electronic resource]. ([Ottawa?: s.n.], ) (page images at HathiTrust) Correspondence and papers in reference to Stanley Park and Deadman' s Island, British Columbia [electronic resource].
CAKED in thick, grey mud, two pairs of human leg bones lie in open coffins. Nearby, a jawbone, complete with teeth, pokes out from the squelchy soil.
It is a. The British Columbia Historical Federation invites submissions of books or articles for the second annual competition for writers of British Columbia history. Any book with historical content published in is eligible.
Whether the work was prepared as a thesis, or a community project, for an industry, or an organization, or just for the. These scenes of people enjoying a summer day in Vancouver's Stanley Park were photographed by Tom Whitefoot, the exact date is unknown, but is likely ca.
Thomas (Tom) Whitefoot ( First Manager, Bank of British Columbia, Vancouver, who called at the City Archives, 31 August From B.C. Year Book,R.E. Gosnell. Memo of Conversation with the Misses Mary S. and Ethel Louise Homer, of Park Row, New Westminster, 7 July An Unnatural History of Stanley Park Imported squirrels.
a mill on Deadman's Island, and a half-acre, $, artificial island in the middle of Lost Lagoon proposed as the new home of. Vancouver (/ v æ n ˈ k uː v ər / (), locally / v æ ŋ-/) is a coastal seaport city in Canada, located in the Lower Mainland region of British the most populous city in the province, the census recordedpeople in the city, up fromin The Greater Vancouver area had a population of 2, inmaking it the third-largest metropolitan area in y: Canada.Vancouver (i / v æ ŋ ˈ k uː v ər / or / v æ n ˈ k uː v ər /), officially the City of Vancouver, is a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia, census recordedpeople in the city, making it the eighth largest Canadian municipality.
 Vancouver is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in Canada; 52% of its residents have a.The Naval Reserve Unit Template:HMCS is based on Deadman's Island in Stanley Park.
RCAF Station Jericho Beach, the first air base in Western Canada, was taken over by the Canadian Army in when sea planes were replaced by long-range aircraft. Most of the base facilities were transferred to the City of Vancouver in and the area renamed.