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 British Columbia Historical News INDEX
From Volume 37:1 (winter 2003 to Volume 37:4 (winter 2004)
Compiled by Melva Dwyer
■ on article with illustrations
AUTHORS
ALLOWAY, NORMA MARION. Archives 6
Archivists: Northern BC Archives Expands
its Facility. 37:3 (summer 2004): 33.-
BLAND. RICHARD L and ANN C. SIMONDS,
notes and introduction. Philipp Jacobsen
in British Columbia. 37:2 (spring 2004):
20-27.-
BRINK, VC. B.C. 's First Rangeland Research
Station. 37:2 (spring 2004): 4-5.-
CANTWELL, MARGARET, S.S.A. Archives fi
Archivists: Sisters of Saint Ann Archives,
Victoria. 37:1 (winter 2003): 31.
CATHRO, ROBERT J. Lord Minto's 1904
Farewell Tour .37:1 (winter 2003): 2-5.'
COTTON, BARRY. In Search of David
Thompson: A Study in Bibliography. 37:4
(winter 2004): 23-27.-
CROCKER, LIZ. "Vbu Will Make no Mistake In
Coming to Roesland." 37:2 (spring 2004): 2-3.'
DAMER, ENID. Isaac Brock McQueen of
Kamloops, Gold Seeker and Overlartder,
Helped Lay the Foundation of Today's
Modem City. 37:1 (winter 2003): SH.'
FOX, TOM. Up Coast Adventures. 37:3
(summer 2004): 2-7. '
GARRISH, CHRISTOPHER. Web Site Forays: The
University of Victoria History Department.
37:1 (winter 7003): 30.r
—, . Historical Web Site Competition.
37:3 (summer 2004): 32.
—, —. —: viHistoryxa. 37:2 (spring
2004): 36.
—, —. —: Casting Your Vote. 37:4
(winter 2004): 37.
GREENE, RONALD. Token History: A, G.
Carlson. Dairyman af Revelstoke, B.C. 37:1
(winter 2003): 22-23.'
—, —, : Bread, the Staff of Life or the
Tale of Two Related Bakeries. 37:4 (winter
20O4):28-29.'
—. —. —: AlcKnnon Bros, of Revelstoke.
37:2 (spring 2004): 28-29.'
—, —, —. R.W. Holliday, Salmon Arm's
Clvk-Mlnded Dairyman. 37:3 (summer
2004): 23-24.-
HARVEY. R.G, The Crows Nest Railway. 37:3
(summer 2004): (7-22."
HOPWOOD, VIC. Sea Otter Fur Trade from
Before the Mast. 37:1 (winter 2003): 12-17.-
LAUX. BILL. The Swede Who Beat Death
Rapids. 37:4 (winter 2004): 8-1 I.MILLER, NAOMI. Gerry Andrews . One Hundred
Years Young. 37:1 (winler 2003): 32.'
—, —. Hugo Watt: Physician & Politician.
37:1 (winter 2003): 18-21.-
NOEL. JOCELYN. Summer of Historical
Coincidence: A Tale of Two Men. 37:2
(spring 2004): 6.'
OVEREND, HOWARD. The Public Library
Commission; its Finest Hour. 37:1 (spring
2004): «■».'
PALMER.ROD N. Feast Et Famine: Salmon and
the Fur Trade in New Caledonia. 37:4
(winler 2004): 12-16.'
PEDERSEN, ROMA. Archives h Archivists: A
"S.O.L.I.D." Collection. 37:4 (winter
2004): 38.
PRITCHARD. ALLAN. What Is In a Name?
Captain Courtenay Et Vancouver Island
Exploration. 37:4 (winter 7004): 3-7.'
ROGERS. A.C. (TRED). Stanford Corey, First to
Discover Pitt Lake Glacier. 37:1 (winter
2003): 6-7. •
SIMPSON, MILDRED. Memories of Yale, Victoria
and Union Bay. 37:3 (summer 2004): 8-16.-
TARVES. RON. A Brief History of How It All
Began: British Columbia Farm Machinery
ond Agricultural Museum Association. 37:7
(spring 2004): 7-8.'
TWIGG. ALAN. John Ledyard: An Exclusive
Extract from the New Book First Invaders.
37:4 (winter 2004): 21-22.
WATSON, BRUCE. Scots on the Coast Before
Alexander MacKenzie. 37:4 (winter
2004): 17-20.
WELWOOD, FRANCES J. The Creators of
Canford. 37:2 (spring 2004): 9 13.m
WODARCZAK. ERWIN. Archives 6 Archivists:
The Archives Association of British Columbia.
37:2 (spring 2004): 37.
YANDLE, ANN. British Columbia Historical
News: A Short History 37:4 (winter 2004): 2-'
TITLES
Archives & Archivists: Sisters of Saint Ann
Archives, Victoria by Margaret Cantwell
S.S.A. 37:1 (2003): 31.
—: The Archives Association of British
Columbia byErwin Wodarczak. 37:2 (spring
2004): 37.
—: Northern BC Archives Expands its
Facilities by Norma Marion Alloway. 37:3
(summer 2004): 33. -
—; A "S.O.L.I.D." Collection by Roma
Pedersen. 37:4 (winter 2004): 38.
B.C's First Rangeland Research Station by VC
Brink. 37:2 (spring 2004): 4-S.-
A Brief Historry of How It All Began: British
Columbia Farm Machinery and Agricultural
Museum Association by Ron Tarves. 37:2
(spring 2004): 7-8.'
British Columbia Historical News: A Short
History by Ann Yandle. 37:4 (winter 2004): 2.'
Tlie Creators of Canford by Frances J.
Welwood. 37:2 (spring 2004): 9-13.-
The Crows Nest Railway by R.G. Harvey. 37:3
(summer 2004): 17-22.'
Feast & Famine: Salmon and the Fur Trade in
New Caledonia by Rod N. Palmer. 37:4
(winter 2004): 12-16.'
Gerry Andrews. One Hundred Years Young by
Naomi Miller. 37:1 (winter 2003): 32.'
Hugh Watt: Physician & Politician by Naomi
Miller. 37:1 (winter 2003): 18-21.'
in Seorcn of David Thompson: A Study in
Bibliography by Barry Cotton. 37:4 (winter
2004): 23-27.-
Isaac Brock McQueen of Kamloops: Gold Seeker
and Overlander, Helped Lay the Foundation
of Today's Modern City by Enid Darner. 37:1
(winter 2003): 8-1 I.John Ledyard: An Exclusive Extract from the
New Book First Invader? by Alan Twigg. 37:4
(winter 2004): 21-22.
Lord Minto's 1904 Farewwelt Taur by Robert J.
Cathro. 37:1 (winter 2003): 2-5."
Memories of Yale, Victoria and Union Bay by
Mildred Simpson. 37:3 (summer 2004): 8 16.'
Philipp Jacobsen in British Columbia, notes
and introduction by Richard t. Bland and
Ann G. Simonds. 37:2 (spring 2004): 20-27.'
The Public Library Commission: its Finest
Hour by Howard Overend. 37:2 (spring 2004):
\4ht9."
Scots on the Coast Before Alexander
MacKenzie by Bruce Watson. 37:4 (winter
2004): 17-20.
Sea Otter Fur Trade from Before tbe Mast by
Vk Hopwood. 37:1 (winter 2003): 12-17.'
Stanford Corey. First to Discover Pitt Lake
Glacier by A.C. (Fred) Rogers. 37:1 (winter
2003): 6-7.'
Summer of Historical Coincidence: A Tale of
Two Men by Jocelyn Nnel. 37:7 (spring
2004): 6.-
The Swede Who Beat Death Rapids by Bill
Laux. 37:4 (winter 2004): 8-11.'
Token History: A.G.Carlson. Dairyman of
Revelstoke. B.C. by Ronald Greene. 37:1
(winter 2003): 22-23.'
—: Bread, the Staff of Life or a Tale of Two
Related Bakeries by Ronald Greene. 37:4
(winter 2004): 2B-29.'
—-.McKinnon Bros, of Revelstoke by Ronald
Greene. 37:2 (spring 2004): 26-29. •
—, R.W. Holliday. Salmon Arm's Civic-Minded
Dairyman by Ronald Greene. 37:3 (summer
2004): 22-23.'
Up Coast Adventures by Tom Fox. 37:3
(summer 2004): 2-7.'
Web Site Forays: The University of Victoria
History Department by Christopher Garrish.
37:1 winter 2003): 30.
—: Historical Web Site Competition by
Christopher Garrish. 37:3 (summer 2004): 32.
—: ViHistory.ca by Christopher Garrish. 37:2
tspring 20041: 36.
—: Costing Your Vote by Christopher Garrish.
37:4 (winter 2004): 37.
What Is in a Namer Captain Courtenay fi
Vancouver Island Exploration by Allan
Pritchard. 27:4 (winter 2004): 3-7.'
"You Will Make no Mistake in Coming to
Roesland" by Liz Crocker. 37:2 (spring
2004): 2-3.'
36 BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORY - Vol. 38 No. 1 2005 SUBJECTS
ABRAHAMSON, ANDREW
Laux, BUI. The Swede Who Beat Death
Rapids. 37:4 (winrer 2004): 7-11.'
AGRICULTURE
Brink, VC. B.C's First Rangeland Research
Station. 37:2 (spring 2004): 4-5.*
Torves, Ron. A Brief History of How It Alt
Began: British Columbia Farm Machinery
and Agricultural Museum Association. 37:2
(spring 2004): 7-8.'
ALERT BAY
Fox, Tom. Up Coast Adventures. 37:3
(summer 2004): 2 7.'
ANDREWS, GERALD S.
Miller, Naomi. Gerry Andrews, One Hundred
Years Young. 37:1 (winter 2003): 32.'
ANNUAL REPORTS
Member Society Reports to the British
Columbia Historical Federation 2004 Annual
General Meeting. 37:3 (summer 2004): 34-40.
ARCHIVES ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Wodarczak, Erwin. Archives ft Archivists:
The Archives Association of British
Columbia. 37:2 (spring 2004): 37.
ARCHIVES a ARCHIVISTS
Cantwell, Margaret, S.S.A. Sisters of Saint
Ann Archives, Victorio.37:1 (winter 2003): 31.
Pedersen. Roma. A "S.O.L.I.D." Collection.
37:4 (winter 2004): 38.'
Wodarczak, Erwin. The Archives Association
of British Columbia 37:2 (spring 2004): 37.
BABINE LAKE
Palmer, Rod N. Feast & Famine: Salmon
and the Fur Trade in New Caledonia. 37:4
Iwinter 2004): 12-16.'
BAKERIES
Greene, Ronatd. Token History: Bread, the
Staff of Life or a Tale of Two Related
Bakeries. 37:4 (winter 2004): 28-29.'
BARKERVILLE
Milter, Naomi. Hugh Watt: Physician Et
Politician. 37:1 (winter2003): 18-21.'
BIBLIOGRAPHIES
Cotton, Barry. In Search of David Thompson:
A Study in Bibliography. 37:4 (winter
2004): 23-27.'
THE BIG BEND
Laux, Bill. The Swede Who Beat Deoth
Rapids. 37:4 (winter 2004): 8-11.'
BRINK, BERT
Brink, VC. B.C's First Rangeland Research
Station. 37:2 (spring2004): 4-5.'
BRITISH COLUMBIA - DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL
Bland, Richard L. and Ann G. Simonds,notes
and introdductlon. Philipp Jacobsen in
British Columbia. 37:2 (spring 2004): 20-27.'
BRITISH COLUMBIA CITI2ENS ASSEMBLY
Garrish, Christopher. Web Site Forays:
Casting Your Vote. 37:4 (winter 2004): 37.
BRITISH COLUMBIA FARM MACHINERY AND
AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM ASSOCIATION
Tarves, Hon. A Brief History of How It All
Began: British Columbia Farm Machinery
andAgriculrural Museum Association.
37:2 (spring 2004): 7-8.'
BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORICAL NEWS
Yandle, Ann. British Columbia Historical
News: A Short History. 37:4 (winter 2004): 2.'
BRITISH COLUMBIA PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMISSION
Overend, Howard. The Public Library
Commission: Its Finest Hour. 37:2 (spring
2004): 14-19.'
BROWN, FRED
Simpson, Mildred. Memories of Yale, Victoria
and Union Bay. 37:3 (summer 2004); 8-16.'
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Greene, Ronald. Token History: McKinnon Bros,
of Revelstoke. 37:2 (spring 2004): 28-29. *
Harvey, R.G. The Crows Nest Railway. 37:3
(summer 2004): 17-22.'
Welwood, Frances J. The Creators of
Canford. 37:2 (spring 2004): 9-13.'
CANFORD
Welwood, Frances J. The Creators of
Canford. 37:2 (spring 2004): 9-13.'
THE CARIBOO
Miller. Naomi. Hugh Watt: Physician &
Politician. 37:1 (winter 2003): 18-21.'
CARLSON, ANDREW GUSTAV
Greene, Ronatd. Token History:
A.G.Carlson, Dairyman of Revelstoke, B.C.
37:1 (winter 2003): 22-23.'
CARNEGIE, DOUG
Welwood, Frances J. The Creators of
Canford. 37:2 (spring 2004): 9-13.'
COAL MINING
Pritchard, Allan. What Is In a Name? Captain
Courtenay Et Vancouver Island
Exploration. 37:4 (winter 2004): 3-7.'
COLEMAN, R.Q.
Tarves, Ron. A Brief History of How It All
Began: British Columbia Farm Machinery
and Agricultural Museum Association. 37:2
(spring 2004): 7-8.'
COLUMBIA RIVER
Laux, Bill The Swede Who Beat Death
Rapids. 37:4 (winter 2004): 7-11."
COMOX
Pritchard, Allan. What Is in a Name?
Captain Courtenay ft Vancouver Island
Exploration. 37:4 (winter 2004): 3-7.'
COMPETITIONS
BCHF Writing Competition Winners 2004.
37:3 (summer 2004): 34.
Garrish, Christopher. Web Site Forays:
Historical Web Site Competition. 37:3
(summer 2004): 32.
COREY, STANFORD
Rogers, A.C. (Fred). Stanford Corey, First
to Discover Pitt Lake Glacier. 37:1 (winter
2003): 6-7.'
COURTENAY, GEORGE WILLIAM
Pritchard, Allan. What Is in a Name?
Captain Courtenay ft Vancouver Island
Exploration. 37:4 (winter 2004): 3-7.*
CROWS NEST RAILWAY
Harvey, 17. G. The Crows Nest Railway. 37:3
(summer 2004): 17-22.'
DAIRIES
Greene, Ronald. Token History: A.G.
Carlson, Dairyman of Revelstoke, B.C. 37:1
(winter2003): 22-23."
—, —. —-.McKinnon Bros, of Revelstoke.
37:2 (spring 2004): 28-29.'
—, —. —: R.W. Holliday, Salmon Arm's
Civic-Minded Dairyman. 37:3 (summer
2004): 22-23.
DAVIDSON, DAVID
Crocker, Liz. "You Will Make no Mistake in
Coming to Roesland." 37:2 (spring 2004): 2-3.'
DOCTORS
Mltler, Naomi. Hugh Watt: Physician ft
Politician. 37:1 (winter 2003): 18-21.'
DOUGLAS, JAMES
Pritchard, Allan, what Is in a Name?
Captain Courtenay ft Vancouver Island
Exploration. 37:4 (winter 2004): 3-7.'
EDITORIALS
Atkin, John. 37:1 (winter 2003): 1; 37:2
(spring 2004): 1; 37:3 (summer 2004): 1;
37:4 (winter 2004): 1.
ENTREPRENEURS
Greene, Ronald. Token History: McKinnon Bros,
of Revelstoke- 37:2 (spring 2004): 28-29. *
—, — . —: R.W. Holliday, Salmon Arm's
Civic-Minded Dairyman. 27:3 (summer
2004): 23-24.'
EVANS, THOMAS G.
Greene,. Ronald. Token History: Bread,
the Staff of Life or a Tale of Two Related
Bakeries. 37:4 (winter 2004): 28-29.'
EXPLORATION
Pritchard, Allan. What Is In a Name?
Captain Courtenay ft Vancouver Island
Exploration. 37:4 (winter 2004): 3-7."
Watson. Bruce. Scots on the Coast Before
Alexander MacKenzie. 37:4 (winter 2004):
17-20.
FAMILY HISTORY
Simpson, Mildred. Memories of Yale, Victoria
ond Union Bay. 37:3 (summer 2004): 8-16.'
FARWELL see REVELSTOKE
FIRST INVADERS
Twigg, Alan. John Ledyard: An Exclusive
Extract from the New Book First Invaders.
37:4 (winter 2004): 21-22.
FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE
Bland, Richard L. and Ann G. Simonds,
notes and introduction, philipp Jacobsen in
British Columbia. 37:2 (spring 2004): 20-27.'
Palmer, Rod N. Feast ft Famine: Salmon and
the Fur Trade In New Caledonia. 37:4
(winter 2004): 12-16.'
FORT LANGLEY
Tarves, Ron, A Brief History of How It All
Began: British Columbia Farm Machinery
and Agriccultural Association. 37:2 (spring
2004); 7-B.'
BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORY - Vol. 36 No. 1 2005 FORT STEELE
MiUer, Naomi. Hush Watt: Physician h
Politician. 37:1 (wiunter 2003): 18-21-'
ERASER RIVER SYSTEM
Palmer, Rod N. Feast S Famine: Salmon
and the Fur Trade in New Caledonia. 37:4
(winter 2004): 12-16.'
FUR TRADE
Palmer, Rod N. Feast h Famine: Salmon
ond the Fur Trade in New Caledonia. 37:4
(winter 2004): 12-16.'
GLACIERS
Rogers. A.C. (Fred). Stanford Corey, First to
Discover Pitt Lake Glacier. 37:1 (winter
2003): 6-7.'
GOLD RUSH
Darner, Enid. Isaac Brock McQueen o[
Kamloops: Gold Seeker and Overlander,
Helped Lay the Foundation of Today's
Modern City. 37:1 (winter 2003): 8-11.'
Laux, Bill The Swede Who Beat Death
Rapids. 37:4 (winter 2004): 711.'
GOVERNOR GENERALS OF CANADA
Cathro, Robert J. Lord Minto's 1904
Farewell Tour. 37:1 (winter 2003): 2-5.'
GRASSLANDS
Brink, VC. B.C's First Rangeland Research
Station, 37:2 (spring 2004): 4-5. •
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Harvey, R.G. The Crows Nest Railway. 37:3
(summer 2004);17-22.'
GUEST, CHARLES
Welwood, Frances J. The Creators of
Canford. 37:2 (spring 2004): 9-13.'
HMS CONSTANCE
Pritchard, Allan. What Is in a Name?
Captain Courtenay fi Vancouver Island
Exploration. 37:4 (winter 2004): 3-7.'
HMS. GRAFTON
Cathro, Robert. Lord Minto's 1904 Farewell
Tour. 37:1 (winter 2003): 2-5.'
HANBURY, DAVID W.
Greene. Ronatd. Token History: Bread, the
Staff of Life or a Tale of Two Related
Bakerles.37:4 (winter 2004): 28-29.'
HARDIMAN, THEOPHILUS RICHARD
Welwood, Frances J. The Creators of
Canford. 37:2 (spring 2004): 9-13.'
HOLLIDAY, R.W.
Greene, Ronatd, Token History: R. W.
Holliday, Salmon Arm's Civic-Minded
Dairyman.37:3 (summer 2004): 23-24.'
HOSPITALS
Miller, Naomi. Hugh Watt: Physician &
Politician. 37:1 (winter 2003): 18-21.'
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY
Oamer, Enid. Isaac Brock McQueen of
Kamtoops: Gold Seeker and Overlander,
Helped Lay the Foundation of Today's
Modern City. 37:1 (winter 2003): 8-11.'
Laux, Bill. The Swede Who Beat Death
Rapids. 37:4 (winter 2004): 7-11.'
Palmer, Rod N, Feast & Famine: Salmon
and the Fur Trade in New Caledonia. 37:4
(winter 2004): 12-16.'
Pritchard, Allan. What Is in a Name!
Captain Caurrtenay & Vancouver Island
Exploration. J7:<l (winter 2004): 3-7.'
ILLUSTRATIONS, COVER
A.G. Carlson on Last Day of Operating His
Dairy, Revelstoke, 37:1 (winter 2003): Dr.
Bert Brink with a Sheaf of Natural Gross
from a Field In the Southern Interior. 37:2
(spring 2004);
Detail of CPR ship Princess Victoria. 37:3
(summer 2004);
HMS Constance in Esquimalt Harbour. 1848.
37:4 (winter 2004).
INDEX
37:1 (winter 2003): 36-39.
INSERTS
British Columbia Historical Federation
Newsletter, April 6, 7004. 37:2 (spring 2004);
no.7, June2004, 37:3 (summer 2004); no.9,
October 2004, 37:4 (winter 2004).
INSIDE PASSAGE
Fox. Tom. Up Coosf Adventures. 37:3
Isummer 2004): 2-7,*
JACOBSEN. PHILIPP
Bland. Richard L. and Ann G. Simonds. notes
and introduction. Philipp Jacobsen in
British Columbia. 37:2 (spring 2004): 20-27.'
JEWITT. JOHN R.
Hopwood, Vic. Sea Otter Fur Trade from
Before the Mast. 37:1 (winter 2003): 12-17.'
KAMLOOPS
Brink, VC. B.C's First Rangeland Research
Station. 37:2 (spring 2004): 4-5. •
Damer, Enid. Isaac Brock McQueen of
Kamloops: Gold Seeker and Overlander.
Helped Lay the Foundation of Today's
Modern Cily. 37:1 (winter 2003): 8-11.'
KOOTENAY AREA
Harvey. R.G. The Crows Nest Railway. 37:3
(summer 2004): 1722.'
LEDYARD, JOHN
Twigg, Alan. John Ledyard: An Exclusive
Extract from the New Book First Invaders.
37:4 (winter 2004): 21 22.
LIBRARIES. PUBUC
Overend. Howard. The Public Library
Commission: Its Finest Hour. 37:2 (spring
2004): 14-19.'
LORDMELGUND see MINTO. GILBERT JOHN --■
MacKEN2IE, ALEXANDER
Watson, Bruce. Scots on the Coast Before
Alexander MacKenzie. 37:4 (winter 2004): 17-20.
MCKINNON, HECTOR, JOE AND LEO
Greene, Ronald. Token History: McKinnon
Bros, of Revelstoke.37:2 (spring 2004): 28-29.'
MCQUEEN, ISAAC BROCK
Damer, Enid. Isaac Brock McQueen of
Kamloops: Gold Seeker and Overlander,
Helped Lay the Foundation of Today's
Modern City, 37:1 (winter 2003): «.»!.•
MARITIME FUg TRADE
Hopwood. Vic. Sea Otter Fur Trade from
Before the Most. 37:1 (winter 2003): 12-17.'
/MINING INDUSTRY
Harvey, R.G. The Crows Nest Railway. 37:3
(summer 2004): 17-22.'
MINTO. GILBERT JOHN MURRAY KYNYNMOND
ELUOT. 4TH EARL
Cathro, Robert. Lord Minto's 1904 Farewell
Tour. 37:1 ( winter 2003): 2 5. ■
MISCELLANY
.37:1 (winter 2003): 33 35.' 37:2 (spring
2004): 38-40.'37:3 (summer 2004):40; 37:4
(winter 2004): 40.'
MUSEUMS
Tarves. Ron. A Brief History of How It Alt
Began: British Columbia Farm Machinery
and Agricultural Museum Association. 37:2
(spring 2004): 7-8.'
MYTHS AND LEGENDS
Bland. Richard L. and Ann G. Simonds, notes
and introduction. Philipp Jacobsen in
British Columbia. 37:2 (spring 2MW): 20 27.'
NOV CALfDON/A
Palmer, Rod N. Feast b Famine: Salmon and
the Fur Trade in New Caledonia. 37:4
Iwinter 2004): J2-16."
NICOL. JOHN
Hopwood, Vic. Seo Otter Fur Trade from
Before the Most. 37:1 (winter 2003): 12-17.'
NICOLA VALLEY
Welwood, Frances J. The Creators of
Canford. 37:2 (spring2004); 9-13.'
NOEL, JAMES EWING
Noel, Jocelyn. Summer of Historical
Coincidence: A Tale of Two Men. 37:2
/spring 2004): 6.'
NORTHERN BC ARCHIVES
Alloway, Norma Marion. Archives &
Archivists: Northern BC Archives Expands
its Facilities. 37:3 (summer 2004): 33.'
NYSTROM, F.I.
Noel, Jocelyn. Summer of Historical
Coincidence: A Tale of Twa Men. 37:7
(spring 2004): 6.'
OBITUARIES
Klan. Yvonne. 1930-2004. 37:4 (winter
20041: 39.'
Leeming. Ken. British Columbia Historical
Federation Newsletter, no. 9, Insert 37:4
iwinter 20041.
MacLeod. Dorrit Lettltio 1906-2004. 37:4
iwinter 2004): 39.
Weir. Winnifred Ariel. 37:1 (spring 2004): 38.'
OTTER BAY
Crocker, Liz. "You Will Make no Mistake in
Coming to Roesland." 37:2 (spring 1004): 2-3.'
OVERLANDERS
Damer. Enid, isocc Srnc< McQueen of
Kamtoops: Gold Seeker and Overlander,
Helped Lay the Foundation of Today's
Modern City. 37:1 [Winter 2003): 8-11.'
PACIFIC NORTH WEST
Bland. Richard L. and Ann G. Simonds, notes
and introduction. Philipp Jacobsen in
British Columbia. 37:2 (spring 2004): 20-27.'
38 BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORY ■ VoL 3E No. 1 Z005 Fox, Tom. tip Const Adventures. 37:3
(summer 2004): 2-7.'
Hopwood, Vic. Sea Otter Fur Trade from
Before the Mast. 37:1 Iwinter 2003): 12-17.'
Watson, Bruce. Scots on the Coast Before
Alexander MacKenzie. 37:4 (winler 2004); 17-20.
PENDER ISLAND
Crocker, Liz. "you Wilt Make no Mistake in
Coming to Roesland." 37:2 (spring 2004;: 2-3.'
PHfSIOANS
Mtlleer,Naomi. Hugh Watt: Physician Ft
Politician, 37:1 (wunter 2003): 18-21.'
PITT LAKE
Rogers, A. c. (Fred). Stanford Corey, First to
Discover Pitt Lake Glacier. 37:1 (winter
2003): 6-7.'
POLITICIANS
Greene. Ronatd. Taken History: R.W.
Holliday. Salmon Arm's Civic-Minded
Dairyman. 37:3 (summer 2004): 22 23-
Milter. Naomi. Hugh Watt: Physician fi
Politician. 37:1 (winter 2003): 18-71.'
RAPIDS
Laux, Bill, The Swede who Beat Death
Rapids. 37:4 (winter 2004): 7-11.'
REMINISCENCES
Fox. Tom. Up Coast Adventures. 37:3
(summer 2004): 2-7.'
Simpson, Mildred. Memories of Yale, Victoria
and Union Bay. 37:3 (summer 2004) 8.16.'
RESEARCH STATIONS
Brink, VC. B.C's First Rangeland Research
Station. 37:2 (spring 2004): 45.*
RESORTS
Crocker, Liz. "You Will Make no Mistake in
Coming to Roesland." 37:2 (spring 2004): 2-3. •
REVELSTOKE
Greene. Ronald. Token History: A.G.
Carlson, Dairyman of Revelstoke, B.C. 37:1
(winter 2003): 22-23.'
—, —. —: McKinnon Bros, of Revelstoke.
37:2 (spring 2004): 28-29.'
Laux, Bill. The Swede Who Beat Death
Rapids. 37:4 (winter 2004): 7-11.'
REYNOLDS. STEPHEN
Hopwood. Vic. Sea Otter Fur Trade from
Before the Mast. 37:1 (winter 2003): 12-17.'
RIPPLE ROCK
Fox, Tom Up Coast Adventures. 37:3
(summer 2004): 2-7.'
ROE, ROBERT
Crocker, Liz. "You Will Make no Mistake in
Coming lo Roesland." 37:2 (spring 2004): 2-3,'
ROESLAND RESORT
Crocker, Liz. "You Witt Make no Mistake in
Coming to Roesland." 37:2 (spring 2004):2 3.'
SS CARDENA
Fox, Tom. Up Coast Adventures. 37:3
(summer 2004): 2-7.'
SS REVELL
Noel, Jocelyn, Summer of Historical Coincidence:
A Tale of Two Men. 37:2 (spring 2004): 6.'
SS VENTURE
Noel, Jocelyn. Summer of Historical Coincidence:
A Tale of TwoMen. 37:2 (spring 2004): 6.'
SAILORS
Hopwood, Vic. Sea Otter Fur Trade from
Before the Mast. 37:1 Iwinter 2003): 12-17.'
Watson, ftruce. Scots on the Coast Before
Alexander MacKenzie. 37:4 (winter 2004): 17 20.
SALMON
Palmer, Rod N. Feast ft Famine: Salmon
ond the Fur Trade in New Caledonia. 37:4
(winter 2004): 12-16.'
SALMON ARM
Greene, Ronatd. Token History: R. W.
Hotliday, Salmon Arm's Civic-Minded Dairyman.
37:3 (summer 2004): 22-23.'
SEA OTTERS
Hopwood. Vic. Sea Otter Fur Trade from
Before the Mast. 37:1 (winter 2003): 12-17.'
SISTERS OF SAINT ANN
Cantwell, Margaret, S.S.A. Sisters of Saint
Ann Archives, Victoria. 37:1 (winter 2003): 31.
SOCIAl LIFE AND CUSTOMS
Greeene, Ronald. Token History: R.W.
Holtioay, Salmon Arm's Civic-Minded Dairyman,
37:3 (summer 2004): 22-23.*
Simpson, Mildred. Memories of Yale, Victoria
and Union Buy. 37:3 (summer 2004): 8-16.'
STAVE LAKE
Rogers, A.C. (Fred). Stanford Corey. First to
Discover Pitt Lake Glacier. 37:1 (winter
2003): 6-7.'
STORES
Greene. Ronatd. Token History: McKinnon
Bros, of Revelsstake.37:2 (sprring 2004): 28-29.'
TELEGRAPH COMMUNICATIONS
Simpson, Mildred. Memories of Yale, Victoria
ond Union Bay. 37:3 (summer 2004): 8-16.'
THOMPSON, OAVID
Cotton, Barry. In Search of David Ftiompsan:
A Study in Bibliography. 37:4 (winter 2004): 23-17.'
TOKENS
Greene, Ronald. Token History; A.G.Carlson,
Dairyman of Revelstoke, B.C, 37:1 Iwinter
2003): 22-23.'
—, —. —; Bread, the Staff of Life or a
Tale of Two Related Bakeries- 37:4 (winter
2004): 28-29.'
—, —. —: McKinnon Bras, of Revelstoke.
37:2 (spring 7004): 28-29.'
—, —. —: R.W. Holliday, Salmon Arm's
Civic-Minded Dairyman. 37:3 (summer
2004): 22-23.'
TRANSPORTATION
Harvey, R.G. The Crows Nest Railway. 37:3
(summer 2004): 17-22.'
TRAVEL LITERATURE
Bland, Richard L. and Ann G. Simonds, notes
and introduction. Philipp Jacobsen in
British Columbia. 37:7 (spring 2004): 20 27.'
Fox, Tom. Up Coast Adventures. 37:3
(summer 2004) 2-7.*
Hopwood. Vic. Set) Otter Fur Trade from
Before the Mast. 37:1 (winter 2003): 12-17.'
Twigg, Alan. John Ledyard: An Exclusive
Extract from the New Book First Invaders.
37:4 (winter 2004): 21-22.
UNION BAY
Simpson, Mildred. Memories of Yule, Victoria
and Union Bay. 37:3 (summer 20O4):8-16.'
UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Fox. Torn. Up Coast Adventures. 37:3
(summer 2004): 2-7. *
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA - HISTORY DEPARTMEN T
Garrish, Christopher. Web Site Forays: The
University of Victoria History Department. 37:1
(winter 2003): 30.
VACATIONS
Crocker, Liz. "You Will Make no Mistake in
Coming to Roesland." 37:2 (spring 2004): 2-3."
VANCOUVER
Greene. Ronatd. Token History: Bread, the
Staff of Life or a Tate uf Two Related Bakeries.
37:4 (winter 2004); 28 29.'
VANCOUVER ISIAND
Pritchard, Allan. What Is in a Name?
Captain Courtenay ft Vancouver Island
Exploration. 37:4 (winter 2004): 3-7.'
VICE-REGAL TOURS
Cathro, Robert J. Lord Minto's 1904
Farewell Tour. 37:1 (winter 1003): 2-5.'
VICTORIA
Cantwell. Margaret, S.S.A. Sisters of Saint
Ann Archives. Victoria. 37:1 (winter 2003): 30.
Greene. Ronatd. Token History: Bread, the
Staff of Life or a Tote of Two Related Bakeries.
37:4 (winter 2004): 28-29.'
Simpson, Mildred. Memories of Vale, Victoria
and Union Bay. 37:3 (summer 1004): 8-16.'
VOTING
Garristi, Christopher. Web Site Forays:
Casting Your Vote. 37:4 (winter 2004): 37.
VOYAGES
Fox, Tom. Up Coast Adventures. 37:3
(summer 2004): 2-7.'
Watson, Bruce. Scots on the Coast Before
Alexander MacKenzie. 37:4 (winter 2004): 17-20.
WATT, HUGH
Miller, Naomi. Hugh Watt: Physician ft
Politician. 37:1 (winter 2003); 1B-21.'
WEB SITES
Garrish, christofpher. Web Site Forays: The
University of Victoria History Depanment. 37:1
(winter 2003): 30.
—, —. —: Historical Web Site
Competition. 37:3 (summer 2004): 32.
—, —. —:viHstory.ca. 37:2 (spring
2004); 36.
—. —. --■'.Casting Your Vote. 37:4
(winter 2004): 37.
WORLD WAR I
Greene, Ronatd. Token History: R. W.
Holliday. Salmon Arm's Civic-Minded
Dairyman. 34:3 (summer 2004): 22-13.'
YALE
Simpson. Mildred. Memories of Yale, Victoria
and Union Bay. 37:3 (summer 2004): 8.16.'
BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORY - Vol. 38 No. 1 2005        39
. BOOK REVIEWS
ANDREWS, MaryE. and Doreen J, Hunter, A
Man and His Century; Gerald Smedley
Andrews, 1903-. Reviewed by Leonard G-
McCann. 37:2 (spring 2004): 35.
ARMITAGE, Doreen. Burrard Inlet: A History.
Reviewed by David Hilt Turner. 37: J (winter
2003): 24.
BARMAN. Jean. Constance Lindsay Skinner:
Writing on the Frontier. Reviewed by
Frances Welwood 37:1 (winter 2003): 24-25.
BARMAN, Jean, ed. Sojourning Sisters: The
Uves and Letters of Jessie and Annie
McQueen, Reviewed by PhyUis Reeve. 37:2
(spring 2004): 31-32.
BARMAN, Jean and Mona Gleason, eds.
Children, Teachers and Schools in the History
of British Columbia. 2nd. ed. Reviewed by
Kirk Salloum. 37:3 (summer 2004): 26-27.
BEATTIE, Judith Hudson and Helen M. Buss, eds.
Undelivered Letters to Hudson's Boy
Company Men on the Northwest Coast of
America, 1830-57. Reviewed by Barry Gough.
37:2 (spring 2004): 34.
BORDERLINE HISTORY COMMITTEE. From Tears
to Triumph: The Pioneers' Journeys.
Reviewed by Howard Overend. 37:4 (winter
2004): 3435.
BOUCHARD, Randy and Dorothy Kennedy, eds.
Indian Myths and Legends from the North
Pacific Coast of America: a Translation of
From Boas' 1895 Edition of Indianische
Sagen von der Nord-Pacifischen Kuste
Ameerika5. Reviewed by Grant Keddie. 37:1
(winter 2003): 27-28.
CHRISTENSEN, Lisa. The Lake O'Hara Art of
J.E.H. MacDonald and Hiker's Guide.
Reviewed by Melva Dwyer. 37:4 (winter 2004): 32.
CODY, H.A. An Apostle of the North; Memoirs
of the Reverend William Carpenter Bompas.
intra, by WiUiam R, Morrison and Kenneth
S.Coates. Reviewed by Phyllis Reeve. 37:3
(summer 2004): 2728.
COPP, Terry. Fields of Fire: The Canadians in
Normandy Reviewed by Mike Higgs. 37:2
(spring 2004): 32-33.
CRUISE, David and Alison Griffiths. Vancouver:
A Novel. Reviewed by Janet Mary Nicol.
37:4 (winter 2004): 35.
CUMMiNS, Bryan D. Finit Nations, First Dogs:
Canadian Aboriginal Ethnocynology. Reviewed
by Phyllis Reeve. 37:1 (winter 2003): 27.
DAMER, Eric. Discovery by Oesign; The
Department of Mechanical Engineering of the
University of British Columbia. Origins and
History, 1907-2001. Reviewed by Cyril Leonoff.
37:3 (summer 2004): 25.
DOBBIE. Susan. When Eagles CaU. Reviewed
by Morag MacLachlan. 37:2 (spring 2004): 30.
GALLAHER, Bill. A Man Called Moses: The
Curious Life of Wellington Delaney Moses.
Reviewed by Philip Teece. 37:1 (winter 2003): 25.
GEORGE, Earl Maquinna. Living on the Edge:
Nuu-Cha-Nutth History from an Ahousaht
Chief's Perspective. Reviewed by PhyUis
Reeve. 37:4 (winter 2004): 33-34.
GiLKER, Gerry, Jack Lowe and Geraldine
(Dady) Wray. "Whispers from (he Shadows;"
a History of Thoroughbred Racing in Richmond.
A Collection of Memoirs and Writings Reviewed
by Sheryl SaUoum. 37:3 (summer 2004): 25-26.
GREAT CENTRAL BOOKPROIECT COMMITTEE.
When the Whistle Blew: The Great
Central Story 1925-1952. Reviewed by Tim
Percival. 37:1 (winter 2003): 26-27.
GREEN, Valerie. If These Walls Could Talk:
Victoria's Houses from the Post. Reviewed
by Marie Elliott. 37:2 (spring 2004): 31.
HAMMOND, Dick. A Touch of Strange:
Amazing Tales of the Coast. Reviewed by
Kelsey MacLeod. 37:2 (spring 2004): 30-31.
HULGAARD, WilUam J. and John W. White.
Honoured in Places: Remembered Mounties
across Canada. Reviewed by Arnold
Ranneris. 37:1 (winter 2003): 29.
KOPPEL, Tom. Lost World: Rewriting
Prehistory - How New Science Is Tracing
America's Ice Age Mariners. Reviewed by
Gordon Milter. 37:3 (summer 2004): 26..
LANG, Joan. Lost Orchards: Vanishing Frut*
Farms of the West Kootenay. Reviewed by M.
Wayne Cunningham. 37:3 (summer 2004't: 30-31.
LAWSON, Jutlie. A Ribbon of Shining Steel:
The Railway Diary of Kate Cameron. Reviewed
by Dorothy Dodge. 37:4 (winter 2004/: 30.
LE BLANC, Suzanne, Cassiar, a Jewel in the
Wilderness. Reviewed by William R. Morrison.
37:4 (winter 2004): 32-33.
LEE, Molly and Gregory Reinhordt. Eskimo
Architecture: Dwelling and Structure in the
Early Historic Period. Reviewed by James --
Delgado. 37:2 (spring 2004 i: 31.
LOWENSTERN, Ludwig von. Trie F;rst R-ss'an
Voyage Around the World: The Journal of
Ludwig von Lowenstern (1803-1806). trans.
by Victoria Joan Moesner. Reviewed ~-.-
Barry Gough. 37:3 (summer 2004): 28-29.
LORENl, Claudia and Kathryn McKay.
Trademarks and Salmon Art: A Brand New
Perspective: A Collective Study on British
Cotumhia Salmon Can Labels, ca. 1890-1950.
Reviewed by Gordon Miller. 37:2 (spring
2004): 30.
MOULD, Wayne. Uncle Ted Remembers: 26
Short Stories Describing the History of the
Lakes District of North Central British Columbia.
Reviewed by Esther Darlington. 37:3 (Summer
2004): 79-30,
NEYLON, Susan. The Heavens Are Changing:
Nineteenth-Century Protestant Missions and
Tsimshian Christianity. Reviewed by Mar gar et
Seguin Anderson. 37:2 (spring 2004): 33-34,
PARENT, MUton. Bugles on Broadway. Reviewed
by Naomi Milter. 37:1 (winter 2003): 28 29.
PENNE, A.S. Ols Stones: A Biography of a
Family. Reviewed by Phyllis Reeve, 37:3
(summer 2004): 26.
PERRAULT, E.G. Tong: The Story of Tong Louie.
Vancouver's Quiet Titan, Reviewed by
Michael Kluckner. 37:1 (spring 2004): 34-35.
PHILLIPS, Terrence. Harvesting the Fraser: A
History of Early Delta. Reviewed by Norm
Collingwood. 37:4 (winter 2004): 31-32.
RASMUSON LIBRARY HISTORICAL TRANSLATION
SERIES. Volume ff, Grewingk's Geology of
Alaska and the Northwest Coast of America.
Vbiume 12. 5teUer's History
of Kamchakta Volume 13. Through OrLhoodox
Eyes: Russian Missionary Narratives
of Travels to the Dena'ina and Ahtna, 1850s
1930s. Reviewed by Norm Collingwood,
37:4(winter 2004): 30.
RAYNER. WUUam. Scandal! 130 Years of
Damnable Deeds in Canada's Lotus Land.
Reviewed by Kirk SaUoum. 37:3 (summer
2004): 27.
SCHODT. Frederik L. Native American in the
Land of the Shogun: Ranald MacDonald and
the Opening Up of Japan. Reviewed by Jean
Murray Cole. 37:4 (winter 2004): 35-36.
SPLANE, Richard B. George Davidson: Social
PoUcy and Public Policy Fxemplar. Reviewed
by Beverley Scott. 37:4 (winter 2004): 30 31,
TERPENING. Rex. Bent Props and Blow Pots; a
Pioneer Remembers Northern Bush Flying.
Renewed by Mike Higgs. 37:4 (winter 2004): 34.
TERRACE REGIONAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
Terrace; Incorporated in 1927; 75 Years of
Growth. Reviewed by PhyUis Reeve, 37:3
{summer 2004): 25.
THIRKELL, Fred and Bob Scullion. Frank
Gowen's Vancouver 1914-1931. Reviewed by
Michael Kluckner. 37:1 (winter 2003): 25 26.
NOTEWORTHY BOOKS
includes books not reviewed but that are of
Interest and may be reviewed at a later date.
37:1 iwinter 2003): 29; 37:2 (spring 2004): 35;
immer 7004): 31; 37:4 (winter 2004):
36.
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