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 Index Volume 32
From 32:1 (winter 1998-1999) to 31:4 (fall 1999)
by Melva Dwyer, Librarian Emerita
The general index is arranged in three sections for authors, titles, and subjects. Book reviews appear after the general index. There are just
four articles in this volume without illustrations. These are identified with an asterisk. Illustrations having appeared on covers are listed
under the subject ILLUSTRATIONS, COVER. No attempts have been made to identify the numerous other illustrations.The information included in each entry is as follows: 32:4 (1999): 15-16.* This may be interpreted as meaning voulume 32, issue number 4,year 1999,
pages 15 and 16, an article without illustrations.
AUTHORS
BARMAN, Jean. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
BELYK, Robert C.Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
BRACHES, Fred. A Historical Aspect of the Fire of 1898. 32:3 (1999): 29.*
BRINK.V C. Lytton Alfalfa. 32:1 (1998-99): 17.
 , and Elizabeth Rutherford. Knox McCusker: Dominion Land
Surveyor. 32:3 (1999): 7-10.
[BURNABY, Robert]. My Dearest Harriet ... from Robert, February 28,
1860.32:1 (1998-99): 29-30.*
CARLSON, Keith T. Natives in the Fur Trade: Looking at the Fort Langley
Journals. 32:4 (1999): 13-15.
CLARK, Adrian. A Word from Adrian Clark: President of the Vancouver
Historical Society. 32:4 (1999): 2.
CLEARIHUE, Joyce. Fort Victoria & H.B.Co. Doctors. 32:1 (1998-99):
30-34.
COLE, Jean Murray. Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
COTTON, H. Barry.The Retribution of D.G.F Macdonald CE. 32:1
(1998-99): 14-16.
—, .Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder. 32:1 (1998-99): 11-
14.
CUTHBERLSON, Shirley. H. B. MacLean's Method of Writing. 32:1
(1998-99): 6-10.
DUKE, Laura. Against a Tide of Change: An Interpretation of the Writings
of Simma Holt, 1960-1974. 32:2 (1999): 24-29.
DUNN, Sam. Managing Multiple Narratives: Alexander Mackenzie at
Nuxalk Territory, 1793. 32:3 (1999): 16-23.
GILLESPIE, B. Guild. Captain George Vancouver: 200 Years Dead on May
12th, 1998. 32:2 (1999): 2-3.
GREEN, J. A. Edward Marriner, Pioneer Farmer of Cowichan: An
Annotated Summary of His Diaries 1862-1884. 32:2 (1999): 18-20.
KLAN,Yvonne Mearns.The Apprenticeship of James Murray Yale. 32:4
(1999): 37-42.
KORETCHUK, Patricia. A Capilano Love Story. 32:1 (1998-99): 24-28.
LANE, Richard J. "Writing the Coast": Bertrand William Sinclair's BC
Stories. 32:3 (1999): 26-29.
MACLACHLAN, Morag.The Founding of Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 4-8.
 , . History Is Alive and Well. 32:4 (1999): 3.*
 , .You Are Asked to Witness. 32:4 (1999): 9.
MEYERS, Leonard W Stylized Arrows and Compass Roses: The Declining
North Point. 32:2 (1999): 8-9.
MILLER, Dale and Archie." On Account of Loss Suffered by Fire" :The
Human Aspect of New Westminster's Great Fire. 32:3 (1999): 24-25.
NAISH,John M.Joseph Whidbey: A Nearly Forgotten Explorer ofthe
Pacific Northwest. 32:3 (1999): 11-15.
PARENT, Rosemarie.The Story of Estella Hartt. 32:2 (1999): 30.
RICHARD, George. When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives,Water
Rights, and the Tragedy of No Commons. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
ROBERTS, J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" in Victoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
ROGERS, A. C. Historic Echoes of the North Shore Mountains. 32:2
(1999): 21-23.
RUTHERFORD, Elizabeth withV C. Brink. Knox McCusker: Dominion
Land Surveyor. 32:3 (1999): 7-10.
SCHLAPPNER, Carrie. Unapologetically Jewish: Unapologetically
Canadian. 32:1 (1998-99): 18-23.
SUTTLES,Wayne.The Coast Salish in the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 10-13.
WATSON, Bruce M. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 24-30.
WELWOOD, Ron. Lowery PO'd. 32:1 (1998-99): 2-5.
 , .Thank You Naomi and Peter. 32:2 (1999): 1.*
YANDLE.Anne.W Kaye Lamb. 32:4 (1999): 3.
TITLES
Against aTide of Change: An Interpretation of the Writings of Simma Holt,
1960-1974 by Laura Duke. 32:2 (1999): 24-29.
The Apprenticeship of James Murray Yale by Yvonne Mearns Kan. 32:4
(1999): 37-42.
Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters by Jean Murray Cole. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
A Capilano Love Story by Patricia Koretchuk. 32:1 (1998-99): 24-28.
Captain George Vancouver: 200 Years Dead on May 12th, 1998 by B. Guild
Gillespie. 32:2 (1999): 2-3.
The Coast Salish in the Journals by Wayne Suttles. 32:4 (1999): 10-13.
Edward Marriner, Pioneer Farmer of Cowichan: An Annotated Summary of
His Diaries 1862-1884 by J.A. Green. 32:2 (1999): 18-20.
Family Life at Fort Langley by Jean Barman. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
Family Life at Fort Langley by Bruce M.Watson. 32:4 (1999): 24-30.
Fort Victoria & H.B.Co. Doctors by Joyce Clearihue. 32:1 (1998-99): 30-34.
The Founding of Fort Langley by Morag Maclachlan. 32:4 (1999): 4-8.
H. B. MacLean's Method ofWriting by Shirley Cuthbertson. 32:1 (1998-99):
6-10.
Historic Echoes of the North Shore Mountains by A. C. Rogers. 32:2
(1999): 21-23.
A Historical Aspect of the Fire of 1898 by Fred Braches. 32:3 (1999): 29.*
History Is Alive and Well by Morag Maclachlan. 32:4 (1999): 3.*
Joseph Whidbey: A Nearly Forgotten Explorer of the Pacific Northwest by
John M. Naish. 32:3 (1999): 11-15.
The Keepers of the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 30.
Knox McCusker: Dominion Land Surveyor by V C. Brink and Elizabeth
Rutherford. 32:3 (1999): 7-10.
Lowery PO'd by Ron Welwood. 32:1 (1998-99): 2-5.
Lytton Alfalfa byV C. Brink. 32:1 (1998-99): 17.
Managing Multiple Narratives: Alexander Mackenzie at Nuxalk Territory,
1793 by Sam Dunn. 32:3 (1999): 16-23.
My Dearest Harriet ... from Robert, February 28, 1860 by [Robert
Burnaby]. 32:1 (1998-99): 29-30.*
Natives in the FurTrade: Looking at the Fort Langley Journals by KeithT.
Carlson. 32:4 (1999): 13-15.
"On Account of Loss Suffered by Fire" :The Human Aspect of New
Westminster's Great Fire by Dale and Archie Miller. 32:3 (1999): 24-25.
B.C. HISTORICAL NEWS - SUMMER 2000
43 The Retribution of D.G.F Macdonald C.E. by H. Barry Cotton. 32:1
(1998-99): 14-16.
The Story of Estella Hartt by Rosemarie Parent. 32:2 (1999): 30.
Stylized Arrows and Compass Roses: The Declining North Point by
Leonard W Meyers. 32:2 (1999): 8-9.
Thank You Naomi and Peter by Ron Welwood. 32:2 (1999): 1.*
Unapologetically Jewish: Unapologetically Canadian by Carrie Schlappner.
32:1 (1998-99): 18-23.
"Vancouver Sunday" inVictoria by J. E. Roberts. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific by Robert C. Belyk. 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
W Kaye Lamb by Anne Yandle. 32:4 (1999): 3.
Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder by H. Barry Cotton. 32:1 (1998-
99): 11-14.
When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives, Water Rights, and the
Tragedy of No Commons by George Richard. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
A Word from Adrian Clark: President of theVancouver Historical Society by
Adrian Clark. 32:4 (1999): 2.
"Writing the Coast": Bertrand William Sinclair's BC Stories by Richard J.
Lane. 32:3 (1999): 26-29.
You Are Asked to Witness by Morag Maclachlan. 32:4 (1999): 9.
SUBJECTS
AGRICULTURE
BrinkVC Lytton Alfalfa. 32:1 (1998-99): 17.
Green, J. A. Edward Marriner, Pioneer Farmer of Cowichan: An
Annotated Summary of His Diaries 1862-1884. 32:2 (1999): 18-20.
Parent, Rosemarie.The Story of Estella Hartt. 32:2 (1999): 30.
Richard, George. When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives,Water
Rights, and the Tragedy of No Commons. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
ALFALFA
Brink,V C. Lytton Alfalfa. 32:1 (1998-99): 17.
APPRENTICESHIPS
Klan,Yvonne Mearns.The Apprenticeship of James Murray Yale. 32:4
(1999): 37-42.
ARROW LAKES
Parent, Rosemarie.The Story of Estella Hartt. 32:2 (1999): 30.
ATHABASCA EXPEDITION
Klan,Yvonne Mearns.The Apprenticeship of James Murray Yale. 32:4
(1999): 37-42.
AUTHORS
Duke, Laura. Against aTide of Change: An Interpretation of the Writings
of Simma Holt, 1960-1974. 32:2 (1999): 24-29.
Lane, Richard J. "Writing the Coast.": Bertrand William Sinclair's BC
Stories. 32:3 (1999): 26-29.
BARNSTON, GEORGE
The Keepers of the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 30.
BELLA COOLA VALLEY, B.C.
Dunn, Sam. Managing Multiple Narratives: Alexander Mackenzie at
Nuxalk Territory, 1793. 32:3 (1999): 16-23.
BENSON, ALFRED ROBSON
Clearihue, Joyce. Fort Victoria & H.B.Co. Doctors. 32:1 (1998-99): 30-34.
BIRD'S LANDING, B.C.
Parent, Rosemarie.The Story of Estella Hartt. 32:2 (1999): 30.
BURNABY, ROBERT
My Dearest Harriet ... from Robert, February 28, 1860. 32:1 (1998-99):
29-30..*
CAMELFORD, BARON
Gillespie, B. Guild. Captain George Vancouver: 200 Years Dead on May
12th, 32:2 (1999): 2-3.
Roberts J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" inVictoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
CANADA. DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
Richard, George. When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives,Water
Rights, and the Tragedy of No Commons. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Cotton, H. Barry Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder. 32:1 (1998-99):
11-14.
CAPILANO AREA — NORTHVANCOUVER, B. C.
Koretchuk, Patricia. A Capilano Love Story. 32:1 (1998-99): 24-28.
CARIBOO ROAD
Cotton, H. Barry. Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder. 32:1 (1998-99):
11-14.
CASSIAR, B.C.
Belyk, Robert C.Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific. 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
CHARTING see MAPS
CHATHAM
Roberts, J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" inVictoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
CLARKE JOHN
Klan,Yvonne Mearns.The Apprenticeship of John Murray Yale. 32:4
(1999): 37-42.
CLIMBING see MOUNTAINEERING
COAST SALISH
Suttles, Wayne.The Coast Salish in the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 10-13.
COLONEL BOB see LOWERY, ROBERT THORNTON
COLUMBIA TRAIL
Cotton, H. Barry Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder. 32:1 (1998-99):
11-14.
COMMEMORATIVE SERVICES see MEMORIAL SERVICES
COMPASSES
Meyers, Leonard W Stylized Arrows and Compass Roses: The Declining
North Point. 32:2 (1999): 8-9.
CORRESPONDENCE
Braches, Fred. A Historical Aspect of the Fire of 1898. 32:3 (1999): 29.*
[Burnaby, Robert]. My Dearest Harriet ... from Robert, February 28,
1860.32:1 (1998-99): 29-30.*
Cole, Jean Murray. Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
COVER ILLUSTRATIONS see ILLUSTRATIONS, COVER
COWICHAN VALLEY
Green, J. A. Edward Marriner, Pioneer Farmer of Cowichan: An
Annotated Summary of His Diaries 1862-1884. 32:2 (1999): 18-20.
CROWN MOUNTAIN — NORTHVANCOUVER
Rogers, A. C. Historic Echoes of the North Shore Mountains. 32:2
(1999): 21-23.
CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS
Schlappner, Carrie. Unapologetically Jewish: Unapologetically Canadian.
32:1 (1998-99): 18-23.
DEPRESSION see GREAT DEPRESSION
DESIGNS
Meyers, Leonard W Stylized Arrows and Compass Roses: The Declining
North Point. 32:2 (1999): 8-9.
DIARIES
Green, J. A. Edward Marriner, Pioneer Farmer of Cowichan: An
Annotated Summary of His Diaries 1862-1884. 32:2 (1999): 18-20.
THE DISCOVERY
Gillespie, B. Guild. Captain George Vancouver: 200 Years Dead on May
12th, 32:2 (1999): 2-3.
Naish John M.Joseph Whidbey: A Nearly Forgotten Explorer ofthe
Pacific Northwest. 32:3 (1999): 11-15.
Roberts, J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" inVictoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
DOCTORS
Clearihue Joyce. Fort Victoria & H.B.Co. Doctors. 32:1 (1998-99): 30-34.
DOUGLAS, SIR JAMES
Cotton, H. Barry The Retribution of D.G.F. Macdonald C.E. 32:1 (1998-
99): 14-16.
—, . Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder. 32:1 (1998-99): 11-
14.
Richard, George. When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives,Water
Rights, and the Tragedy of No Commons. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
44
B.C. HISTORICAL NEWS -Vol. 33 No. .3 DOUKHOBORS
Duke, Laura. Against aTide of Change: An Interpretation of the Writings
of Simma Holt, 1960-1974. 32:2 (1999): 24-29.
ECONOMICS
Barmanjean. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
Cole Jean Murray. Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
Richard, George. When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives,Water
Rights, and the Tragedy of No Commons. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
Watson, Bruce M. FamilyLife at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 24-30.
EDITORS
Welwood, Ron. Lowery PO'd. 32:1 (1998-99): 2-5.
 , .Thank You Naomi and Peter. 32:2 (1999): 1.*
EDUCATION — BRITISH COUMBIA
Cuthbertson, Shirley. H. B. MacLean's Method of Writing. 32:1
(1998-99): 6-10.
ENGINEERS
Cotton, H. Barry. The Retribution of D.G.F Macdonald C.E.
32:1 (1998-99): 14-16.
—, .Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder. 32:1 (1998-99): 11-
14.
Naish, John M. Joseph Whidbey: A Nearly Forgotten Explorer of the Pacific
Northwest. 32:3 (1999): 11-15.
ETHNICITY
Schlappner, Carrie. Unapologetically Jewish: Unapologetically Canadian.
32:1 (1998-99): 18-23.
EXPLORATION
Dunn, Sam. Managing Multiple Narratives: Alexander Mackenzie at
Nuxalk Territory, 1793. 32:3 (1999): 16-23.
Gillespie, B. Guild. Captain George Vancouver: 200 Years Dead on May
12th, 32:2 (1999): 2-3.
Maclachlan, Morag.The Founding of Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 4-8.
Naish John M.Joseph Whidbey: A Nearly Forgotten Explorer ofthe
Pacific Northwest. 32:3 (1999): 11-15.
Roberts, J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" inVictoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
FARMING see AGRICULTURE
FEDERATION NEWS
32:2 (1999): 38-40; 32:3 (1999): 38-41.
FIRES
Braches, Fred. A Historical Aspect ofthe Fire of 1898. 32:3 (1999): 29.*
[Burnaby, Robert]. My Dearest Harriet ... from Robert, February 28,
1860.32:1 (1998-99): 29-30.*
Miller, Dale and Archie. "On Account of Loss Suffered by Fire":The
Human Aspect of New Westminster's Great Fire. 32:3 (1999): 24-25.
FIRST NATIONS
Barmanjean. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
Carlson, KeithT. Natives in the FurTrade: Looking at the Fort Langley
Journals. 32:4 (1999): 13-15.
Cole Jean Murray. Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
Dunn, Sam. Managing Multiple Narratives: Alexander Mackenzie at
Nuxalk Territory, 1793. 32:3 (1999): 16-23.
Maclachlan, Morag.The Founding of Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 4-8.
Richard, George. When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives,Water
Rights, and the Tragedy of No Commons. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
Suttles,Wayne.The Coast Salish in the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 10-13.
Watson, Bruce M. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 24-30.
FISHING INDUSTRY
Cole Jean Murray. Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
Maclachlan, Morag.The Founding of Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 4-8.
Suttles,Wayne.The Coast Salish in the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 10-13.
FORT LANGLEY, B. C.
Barmanjean. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
Carlson, KeithT. Natives in the FurTrade: Looking at the Fort Langley
Journals. 32:4 (1999): 13-15.
Cole, Jean Murray. Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
The Keepers of the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 30.
Klan,Yvonne Mearns.The Apprenticeship of James Murray Yale. 32:4
(1999): 37-42.
Maclachlan, Morag.The Founding of Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 4-8.
 , .You Are Asked to Witness. 32:4 (1999): 9.
Suttles, Wayne.The Coast Salish in the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 10-13.
Watson, Bruce M. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 24-30.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C.
Brink,V C. and Elizabeth Rutherford. Knox McCusker:
Dominion Land Surveyor. 32:3 (1999): 7-10.
FORT Victoria
Clearihue Joyce. Fort Victoria & H.B.Co. Doctors. 32:1 (1998-
99): 30-34.
FRASER RIVER
Carlson, KeithT. Natives in the FurTrade: Looking at the Fort
Langley Journals. 32:4 (1999): 13-15.
Maclachlan, Morag.The Founding of Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999):
4-8.
Suttles,Wayne.The Coast Salish in the Fort Langley Journals. 32:4 (1999):
10-13.
FURTRADE
Barmanjean. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
Carlson, KeithT. Natives in the FurTrade: Looking at the Fort Langley
Journals. 32:4 (1999): 13-15.
Dunn, Sam. Managing Multiple Narratives: Alexander Mackenzie at
Nuxalk Territory, 1793. 32:3 (1999): 16-23.
Klan,Yvonne Mearns.The Apprenticeship of James Murray Yale. 32:4
(1999): 37-42.
Maclachlan, Morag.The Founding of Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 4-8.
Suttles, Wayne.The Coast Salish in the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 10-13.
Watson, Bruce M. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 24-30.
GINSENG
Parent, Rosemarie.The Story of Estella Hartt. 32:2 (1999): 30.
GOLD MINING
Belyk, Robet C.Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific. 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
GREAT DEPRESSION
Koretchuk, Patricia. A Capilano Love Story. 32:1 (1998-99): 24-28.
GROUSE MOUNTAIN — NORTHVANCOUVER
Rogers, A. C. Historic Echoes of the North Shore Mountains. 32:2
(1999): 21-23.
HANDWRITING
Cuthbertson, Shirley. H. B. MacLean's Method of Writing. 32:1 (1998-
99): 6-10.
HARRISON LAKE/LILLOOETTRAIL
Cotton, H. Barry. Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder. 32:1 (1998-
99): 11-14.
HARTT, ESTELLA
Parent, Rosemarie.The Story of Estella Hartt. 32:2 (1999): 30.
HELMCKEN, JOHN SEBASTIAN
Clearihue, Joyce. Fort Victoria & H.B.Co. Doctors. 32:1 (1998-99): 30-
34.
HERBS
Parent, Rosemarie.The Story of Estella Hartt. 32:2 (1999): 30.
HIKING
Rogers, A. C. Historic Echoes of the North Shore Mountains. 32:2
(1999): 21-23.
HOLT, SIMMA
Duke, Laura. Against aTide of Change: An Interpretation of the Writings
of Simma Holt, 1960-1974. 32:2 (1999): 24-29.
B.C. HISTORICAL NEWS - SUMMER 2000
45 HOOK AND LADDER CO.
[Burnaby, Robert]. My Dearest Harriet ... from Robert, February 28,
1860.32:1 (1998-99): 29-30.*
HOWELL, JEFFERSON D.
Belyk, Robert C.Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific. 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY
Barmanjean. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
Carlson, KeithT. Natives in the FurTrade: Looking at the Fort Langley
Journals. 32:4 (1999): 13-15.
Clearihue, Joyce. Fort Victoria & H.B.Co. Doctors. 32:1 (1998-99): 30-
34.
Cole, Jean Murray. Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
Klan,Yvonne Mearns.The Apprenticeship of James Murray Yale. 32:4
(1999): 37-42.
Machlachlan, Morag.The Founding of Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 4-8.
Suttles,Wayne.The Coast Salish in the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 10-13.
Watson, Bruce M. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 24-30.
ILLUSTRATIONS, COVER
Captain George Vancouver — Portrait. 32:2 (1999).
H. B. MacLean's Method of Writing Compendium Examples. 32:1
(1998-99).
Portrait of Cowichan Chief "Saw - se - a". 32:4 (1999).
The Side -Wheeler Pacific. 32:3 (1999).
IMMIGRATION
Schlappner, Carrie. Unapologetically Jewish: Unapologetically Canadian.
32:1 (1998-99): 18-23.
IRRIGATION SYSTEMS
Richard, George. When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives,Water
Rights, and the Tragedy of No Commons. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
JEWISH COMMUNITY
Schlappner, Carrie. Unapologetically Jewish: Unapologetically Canadian.
32:1 (1998-99): 18-23.
JOURNALISM
Duke, Laura. Against aTide of Change: An Interpretation of the Writings
of Simma Holt, 1960-1974. 32:2 (1999): 24-29.
JOURNALS
Barmanjean. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
Carlson, KeithT. Natives in the FurTrade: Looking at the Fort Langley
Journals. 32:4 (1999): 13-15.
The Keepers of the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 30.
Maclachlan, Morag.The Founding of Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 4-8.
Roberts J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" inVictoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
Suttles,Wayne.The Coast Salish in the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 10-13.
Watson, Bruce M. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 24-30.
KENNEDYJOHN FREDERICK
Clearihue, Joyce. Fort Victoria & H.B.Co. Doctors. 32:1 (1998-99): 30-
34.
LAND SURVEYORS
Brink,VC. and Elizabeth Rutherford. Knox McCusker: Dominion Land
Surveyor. 32:3 (1999): 7-10.
Cotton, H. Barry. The Retribution of D.EG. Macdonald C.E. 32:1
(1998-99): 14-16.
—, .Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder. 32:1 (1998-99): 11-
14.
THE LEDGE
Welwood, Ron. Lowery PO'd. 32:1 (1998-99): 2-5.
LETTERS see CORRESPONDENCE
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Leonoff, Cyril. Response to: Duke, Laura. Against aTide of Change: An
Interpretation of the Writings of Simma Holt, 1960-1974. 32:2
(1999): 24-29; 32:4 (1999): 47-48.
THE LIONS
Rogers, A. C. Historic Echoes of the North Shore Mountains. 32:2
(1999): 21-23.
LITERATURE
Lane, Richard. "Writing the Coast": Bertram William Sinclair's BC
Stories. 32:3 (1999): 26-29.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Belyk, Robert C.Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific. 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
LOWERY, ROBERT THORNTON
Welwood, Ron. Lowery PO'd. 32:1 (1998-99): 2-5.
LYTTON, B.C.
Brink,V C. Lytton Alfalfa. 32:1 (1998-99): 17.
Mcdonald, Archibald
Barmanjean. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
Cole, Jean Murray. Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
The Keepers of the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 30.
MacDONALD, DUNCAN GEORGE FORBES
Cotton, H. Barry.The Retribution of D.G.F Macdonald C.E. 32:1
(1998-99): 14-16.
McGONIGLE FAMILY
Miller, Dale and Archie." On Account of Loss Suffered by Fire ": The
Human Aspect of New Westminster's Great Fire. 32:3 (1999): 24-25.
McHALSIE, SONNY
Maclachlan, Morag. You Are Asked to Witness. 32:4 (1999): 9.
McKAY, ALEXANDER
Dunn, Sam. Managing Multiple Narratives: Alexander Mackenzie at
Nuxalk Territory, 1793. 32:3 (1999): 16-23.
MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER
Dunn, Sam. Managing Multiple Narratives: Alexander Mackenzie at
Nuxalk Territory, 1793. 32:3 (1999): 16-23.
Maclachlan, Morag.The Founding of Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 4-8.
McCUSKER, KNOX
Brink,V C. and Elizabeth Rutherford. Knox McCusker: Dominion
Land Surveyor. 32:3 (1999): 6-10.
MacLEAN, HENRY BOVYER
Cuthbertson, Shirley. H. B. MacLean's Method of Writing. 32:1 (1998-
99): 6-10.
McLOUGHLIN JOHN
Clearihue, Joyce. FortVictoira & H.B.Co. Doctors. 32:1 (1998-99): 30-
34.
McMILLAN, James
The Keepers of the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 30.
MAPS
Meyers, Leonard W Stylized Arrows and Compass Roses: The Declining
North Point. 32:2 (1999) 8-9.
MAPS — PACIFIC NORTHWEST COAST
Gillespie, B. Guild. Captain George Vancouver: 200 Years Dead on May
12th, 1998. 32:2 (1999): 2-3.
Naish, John M. Joseph Whidbey: A Nearly Forgotten Explorer of the
Pacific Northwest. 32:3 (1999): 11-15.
Roberts J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" inVictoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
MARRINER, EDWARD
Green, J. A. Edward Marriner, Pioneer Farmer of Cowichan: An
Annotated Summary of His Diaries 1862-1884. 32:2 (1999): 18-20.
MEMORIAL SERVICES
Roberts J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" inVictoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
MILLER, NAOMI AND PETER
Welwood, Ron.ThankYou Naomi and Peter. 32:2 (1999): 2.*
MOBERLYWalter
Cotton, H. Barry. Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder. 32:1 (1998-
99): 11-14.
MOUNTAINEERING
Rogers, A. C. Historic Echoes of the North Shore Mountains. 32:2
(1999): 21-23.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Braches, Fred. A Historical Aspect of the Fire of 1898. 32:3 (1999): 29.*
Cotton, H. Barry.The Retribution of D.G.F Macdonald C.E. 32:1
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B.C. HISTORICAL NEWS -Vol. 33 No. .3 (1998-99): 14-16.
Miller, Dale and Archie. "On Account of Loss Suffered by Fire":The
Human Aspect of New Westminster's Great Fire. 32:3 (1999): 24-25.
NEWS AND NOTES
32:1 (1998-99): 35; 32:2 (1999): 36-37; 32:3 (1999): 42-44; 32:4 (1999):
46-47.
NEWSPAPERS
Welwood, Ron. Lowery PO'd. 32:1 (1998-99): 2-5.
NORTH POINT
Meyers, Leonard W Stylized Arrows and Compass Roses:The Declining
North Point. 32:2 (1999): 8-9.
NORTH VANCOUVER - CAPILANO AREA
Koretchuk, Patricia. A Capilano Love Story. 32:1 (1998-99): 24-28.
NORTHWEST FUR TRADING COMPANY
Cole, Jean Murray. Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
Klan,Yvonne Mearns.The Apprenticeship of James Murray Yale. 32:4
(1999): 37-42.
NUXALK NATION
Dunn, Sam. Managing Multiple Narratives: Alexander Mackenzie at
Nuxalk Territory, 1793. 32:3 (1999): 16-23.
OBITUARIES
Yandle.Anne.W Kaye Lamb. 32:4 (1999): 3.
OKANAGAN VALLEY
Richard, George. When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives,Water
Rights, and the Tragedy of No Commons. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
ORPHEUS
Belyk, Robert C.Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific. 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
PACIFIC
Belyk, Robert C.Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific. 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST COAST
Dunn, Sam. Managing Multiple Narratives: Alexander Mackenzie at
Nuxalk Territory, 1793. 32:3 (1999): 16-23.
Gillespie, B. Guild. Captain George Vancouver: 200 Years Dead on May
12th, 32:2 (1999): 2-3.
Naish, John M.Joseph Whidbey: A Nearly Forgotten Explorer ofthe
Pacific Northwest. 32:3 (1999): 11-15.
Roberts, J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" in Victoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
PEACE RIVER AREA
Brink,VC. and Elizabeth Rutherford. Knox McCusker: Dominion Land
Surveyor. 32:3 (1999): 7-10.
PELMAN, MINNIE
Schlappner, Carrie. Unapologetically Jewish: Unapologetically Canadian.
32:1 (1998-99): 18-23.
PIONEER LIFE
Barmanjean. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
Clearihue Joyce. Fort Victoria & H.B.Co. Doctors. 32:1 (1998-99): 30-
34.
Green, J. A. Edward Marriner, Pioneer Farmer of Cowichan: An
Annotated Summary of His Diaries 1862-1884. 32:2 (1999): 18-20.
Parent, Rosemarie.The Story of Estella Hartt. 32:2 (1999): 30.
Watson, Bruce M. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 24-30.
PITTTHOMAS WILLIAM
Gillespie, B. Guild. Captain George Vancouver: 200 Years Dead on May
12th, 1998. 32:2 (1999): 2-3.
Roberts, J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" in Victoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
POPULATION GROWTH
Schlappner, Carrie. Unapologetically Jewish: Unapologetically Canadian.
32:1 (1998-99): 18-23.
POSTAL SERVICES
Welwood, Ron. Lowery PO'd. 32:1 (1998-99): 2-5.
QUEENSBOROUGH, B. C.
Cotton, H. Barry.The Retribution of D.G.F Macdonald C.E. 32:1
(1998-99): 14-16.
B.C. HISTORICAL NEWS - SUMMER 2000
REESE.W S.
Green, J. A. Edward Marriner, Pioneer Farmer of Cowichan: An
Annotated Summary of His Diaries 1862-1884. 32:2 (1999): 18-20.
RIPARIAN RIGHTS
Richard, George. When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives,Water
Rights, and the Tragedy of No Commons. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
ROBERTSON, COLIN
Klan,Yvonne Mearns.The Apprenticeship of James Murray Yale. 32:4
(1999): 37-42.
ROBINSON J.
Richard, George. When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives,Water
Rights, and the Tragedy of No Commons. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Brink,V C. and Elizabeth Rutherford. Knox McCusker: Dominion Land
Surveyor. 32:3 (1999): 7-10.
THE ROYAL ENGINEERS
Cotton, H. Barry. Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder. 32:1 (1998-
99): 11-14.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
Belyk, Robert C.Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific. 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
SAWYER, SAMUEL A.
Belyk, Robert C.Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific. 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
SCANEWAH
Suttles, Wayne.The Coast Salish in the Journals. 32:4 (1999): 10-13.
SCHOOLTEACHERS
Cuthbertson, Shirley. H.B. MacLean's Method of Writing. 32:1 (1998-
99): 6-10.
SEED CULTIVATION
BrinkVC Lytton Alfalfa. 32:1 (1998-99): 17.
SHIPWRECKS
Belyk, Robert C.Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific. 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
SIMPSON, GOVERNOR GEORGE
Cole, Jean Murray. Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
SINCLAIR, BERTRAND William
Lane, Richard J. "Writing the Coast": Bertrand William Sinclair's BC
Stories. 32:3 (1999): 26-29.
SOCIAL LIFE AND CUSTOMS
Barmanjean. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
Clearihue, Joyce. Fort Victoria & H.B.Co. Doctors. 32:1 (1998-99): 30-
34.
Cole, Jean Murray. Archibald McDonald's Fort Langley Letters. 32:4
(1999): 31-36.
Duke, Laura. Against aTide of Change: An Interpretation of the Writings
of Simma Holt, 1960-1974. 32:2 (1999): 24-29.
Koretchuk, Patricia. A Capilano Love Story. 32:1 (1998-99): 24-28.
Schlappner, Carrie. Unapologetically Jewish: Unapologetically Canadian.
32:1 (1998-99): 18-23.
Watson, Bruce M. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 24-30.
SPROAT, GILBERT M.
Cotton, H. Barry.The Retribution of D.G.F Macdonald C.E. 32:1
(1998-99): 14-16.
STOTO NATION
Maclachlan, Morag. You Are Asked to Witness. 32:4 (1999): 9.
SURVEYING, HYDROGRAPHIC
Naish, John M. Joseph Whidbey: A Nearly Forgotten Explorer of the
Pacific Northwest. 32:3 (1999): 11-15.
SURVEYOR see LAND SURVEYORS
SYMPOSIUMS
Clark, Adrian. A Word from Adrian Clark: President of the Vancouver
Historical Society. 32:4 (1999): 2.
THOMPSON, MARGARET KELLY
Koretchuk, Patricia. A Capilano Love Story. 32:1 (1998-99): 24-28.
TOLMIE.WILLIAM FRASER
Clearihue, Joyce. Fort Victoria & H.B.Co. Doctors. 32:1 (1998-99): 30-
34.
47 TRAIL BLAZERS
Cotton, H. Barry. Walter Moberly: A Forgotten Pathfinder. 32:1 (1998-99):
11-14.
Dunn, Sam. Managing Multiple Narratives: Alexander Mackenzie at
Nuxalk Territory, 1793. 32:3
(1999): 16-23.
VANCOUVER, CAPTAIN GEORGE
Gillespie, B. Guild. Captain George Vancouver: 200 Years Dead on May
12th, 1998. 32:2 (1999): 2-3.
Naish, John M.Joseph Whidbey: A Nearly Forgotten Explorer ofthe
Pacific Northwest. 32:3 (1999): 11-15.
Roberts, J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" in Victoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Schlappner, Carrie. Unapologetically Jewish: Unapologetically Canadian.
32:1 (1998-99): 18-23.
VICTORIA, B.C.
Belyk, Robert C.Victoria and the Loss ofThe Pacific. 32:3 (1999): 2-6.
Green, J. A. Edward Marriner, Pioneer Farmer of Cowichan: An
Annotated Summary of His Diaries 1862-1884. 32:2 (1999): 18-20.
VOYAGES
Gillespie, B. Guild. Captain George Vancouver: 200 Years Dead on May
12th, 1998. 32:2 (1999): 2-3.
Green, J. A. Edward Marriner, Pioneer Farmer of Cowichan: An
Annotated  Summary of His Diaries 1862-1884. 32:2 (1999): 18-20.
Naish, John M.Joseph Whidbey: A Nearly Forgotten Explorer ofthe
Pacific Northwest. 32:3 (1999): 11-15.
Roberts, J. E. "Vancouver Sunday" in Victoria. 32:2 (1999): 4-7.
WATER RIGHTS
Richard, George. When the Ditch Runs Dry: Okanagan Natives,Water
Rights, and the Tragedy of No Commons. 32:2 (1999): 10-17.
WHIDBEY, JOSEPH
Naish, John M.Joseph Whidbey: A Nearly Forgotten Explorer ofthe
Pacific Northwest. 32:3 (1999): 11-15.
WOMEN
Duke, Laura. Against aTide of Change: An Interpretation of the Writings
of Simma Holt, 1960-1974. 32:2 (1999): 24-29.
Parent, Rosemarie.The Story of Estella Hartt. 32:2 (1999): 30.
WRITING METHODS
Cuthbertson, Shirley. H. B. MacLean's Method ofWriting. 32:1 (1998-99):
6-10.
YALE, JAMES MURRAY
Barmanjean. Family Life at Fort Langley. 32:4 (1999): 16-23.
Klan,Yvonne Mearns.The Apprenticeship of James Murray Yale. 32:4
(1999): 37-42.
BOOK REVIEWS
Adams, John. Historic Guide to Ross Bay Cemetery,Victoria, BC, Canada.
Rev. ed. Reviewed by Ron Welwood. 32:3 (1999): 36.
Anderson, Suzanne. Good Morning Quadia.The History of HMCS Quadra.
Reviewed by Kelsey McLeod. 32:2 (1999): 35.
Bagshaw, Roberta L. No Better Land: The 1860 s Diaries of the Anglican
Colonial Bishop George Hills. Reviewed by Phyllis Reeve. 32:1 (1998-
99): 40.
Bartroli,Tomas.The Genesis ofVancouver: Explorations of Site 1791, 1792
& 1808. Reviewed by Gordon Elliott. 32:2 (1999): 31-32.
Bell.W H. Beyond the Northern Lights: A Quest for the Outdoor Life.
Reviewed by Kelsey McLeod. 32:4 (1999): 43-44.
Bennett, NormaV, comp. Pioneer Legacy: Chronicles of the Lower Skeena,
vol. 1. Reviewed by George Newell. 32:1 (1998-99): 39.
Bentley Mary and Ted. Gabriola: Petroglyph Island. Rev. ed. Reviewed by
Phyllis Reeve. 32:3 (1999): 37.
Birnie, Lisa Hobbs. Western Lights: Fourteen Distinctive British Columbians.
Reviewed by Sheryl Salloum. 32:4 (1999): 45.
Bocking, Richard C. Mighty River: A Portrait of the Fraser. Reviewed by
George Newell. 32:1 (1998-99): 39-40.
Bridge, Kathryn. By Snowshoe, Buckboard and Steamer: Women of the
Frontier. Reviewed by Frances Lew. 32:3 (1999): 30-31.
Buck, George H. From Summit to Sea: Illustrated History of Railroads in
British Columbia and Alberta. Reviewed by Robert D.Turner. 32:1
(1998-99): 36-37.
Burne, Charles S.The Fraser River Gold Fever of 1858. Reviewed by Fred
Braches. 32:3 (1999): 32.
Burton, E.C. and Robert S.Grant. Wheels, Skis and Floats:The Northern
Adventures of a Pioneer Pilot. Reviewed by Kirk Salloum. 32:3 (1999):
35-36.
Cathers, Arthur. Beloved Dissident Eve Smith, 1904-1988. Reviewed by
Linda L. Hale. 32:1 (1998-99): 37.
Culos, Raymond.Vancouver's Society of Italians. Reviewed by Gordon
Elliott. 32:3 (1999): 33-34.
Day Frances Martin, Phyllis Spence and Barbara Ladouceur, eds. Women
Overseas: Memoirs of the Red Cross Corps. Reviewed by Naomi
Miller. 32:2 (1999): 36.
Gillis, John Graham. "A Lovely Letter from Cecie ":The 1907-1915
Vancouver Diary and World War I Letters of Wallace Chambers.
Reviewed by Adam Waldie. 32:2 (1999): 33-34.
Hanson, Frances, comp. Memories of Osland. Reviewed by Phyllis Reeve.
32:4 (1999): 45.
Hope and Forty Acres. Reviewed by Edward L. Affleck. 32:1 (1998-99): 37-
38.
Lillard, Charles with Terry Glavin. A Voice Great Within Us. Reviewed by
George Newell. 32:3 (1999): 35.
MacGregor, J. G. Peter Fidler: Canada's Forgotten Explorer, 1769-1822.
Reviewed by Barry Gough. 32:3 (1999): 36-37.
Maclachlan, Morag, ed.The Fort Langley Journals, 1827-30. Reviewed by
Brian Gobett. 32:4 (1999): 44-45.
Merilees, Bill. Newcastle Island: A Place of Discovery. Reviewed by Phyllis
Reeve. 32:3 (1999): 31.
Muckle, Robert J. The First Nations of British Columbia: An
Anthropological Survey. Reviewed by Jos Dyck. 32:1 (1998-99): 38-39.
Norton,Wayne and Naomi Miller.The Forgotten Side of the Border.
Reviewed by Edward L. Affleck. 32:1 (1998-99): 38.
Ommundsen, Peter DThe Bowen Island Passenger Ferries:The Sannie
Transportation
Company 1921-1956. Reviewed by Gordon Elliott. 32:2 (1999): 35-36.
Patenaude, Branwen. Golden Nuggets, Roadhouse Portraits Along the
Cariboo's Gold-Rush Trail. Reviewed by Esther Darlington. 32:3
(1999): 31-32.
Pollard, Douglas EW Peetz: A Reel for All Time. Reviewed by Kelsey
McLeod. 32:1 (1998-99): 28.
Porsild, Charlene. Gamblers and Dreamers: Women, Men and Community
in the  Klondike. Reviewed by Lew Green. 32:3 (1999): 34.
Roberts, John E. A Discovery Journal. Reviewed by Robin Inglis. 32:2
(1999): 32-33.
Simmons, Norman.The Sale-Room: A Story Written in the Hope of
Achieving the
Postponement of Its Own End. Reviewed by Kelsey McLeod. 32:2 (1999):
34-35.
Sirois, James. Afloat in Time. Rev. ed. Reviewed by Leslie Kopas. 32:4 (1999):
43.
Sommer, Warren and Kurt Alberts. Langley 125: A Celebration. Reviewed by
Morag Maclachlan. 32:4 (1999): 44.
Turner, Robert D. Sternwheelers and Steam Tugs: An Illustrated History of
the Canadian Pacific Railway's British Columbia Lake and River
Services. Reviewed by Kenneth L. Mackenzie. 32:1 (1998-99): 36.
White, Howard and Peter A. Robson, eds. Raincoast Chronicles, 18.
Reviewed by James R Delgado. 32:2 (1999): 35.
Williams, A. R. (Al) Bush and Arctic Pilot. Reviewed by Kirk Salloum. 32:3
(1999): 35-36.
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