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 British  Columbia  HiStOry Journal of the British Columbia Historical Federation
INDEX from 38:1, 2005 to 38:4, 2005 compiled by Meiva j Dwyer
* an article without illustrations
AUTHORS
ATKIN, JOHN. From the Editor. 28:1(2005):
1; 13:2 (2005): f j 38:3 (2005): 1; 3S:4
(2005): 1.
—, —. The Moti Prize: Local History Writing
Competition for Elementary Students.
38:2 (2005): 27; 38:3 (2005): 29.'
BARMAN, JEAN. Lost Nanaimo - Taking Back
Our Past. 38:3 (2005): (6-22.
BINKERT, JUNE AND BRINK, V. C (BERT). The Use
of Saltings on the BC Const. 38:4 (2005): 17.
BRINK, V.C- (BERT) AND JUNE BINKERT. The Use
of Saltings on the BC Coast. 38:4 (2005): 17.
CATHRO, ROBERT J. James Cooper Keith:
Business Pioneer and Treasure Hunter. 38:4
(2005): 6-9.
FITCH, JOHN. Black Pioneer Fieldins Spotts:
School Trustee, Church Founder, Farmer.
38:2 (2005): 4-7.
FOX, TOM. Up Coast Adventures Continue.
38:3 (2005): 9-12.
GARRISH, CHRISTOPHER. Web Site Forays: All
Aboard 1 38:2 (2005): 36.
 . Graveyards of the Pacific: Shipwrecks
of Vancouver Island. 38:1 (2005): J I.*
GREENE, RONALD. Token History: Albert
Traunweiser and the Alberta Hotel, Grand
Forks B.C. 38:1 (2005): 20-21.
—, —. Token History: Armour Et Kennedy of
Cranbrook, B.C./Armour of Cranbrook, B.C.
38:3 (2005): 27-28.
—, —. Token History: Fernridge Lumber
Company Limited, of New Westminster, B.C.
38:2 (2005): 25-26.
—, —. Token History: W.T.Beadtes &
Company, of Salmo, B.C. 38:4 (2005): 24.
HOOPER, TRIST1N. Victoria's Birdman: The
Forgotten Story of William Wallace Gibson.
38:2(2O05):8-11.
HUGHES, VALENTINE. Alberni District
Historical Society Celebrates 40 Years of
Service. 38:1 (2005): 34.'
KLAN, YVONNE a PETER TROWER. Chala-oo-
Chick: The First Fort George. 38:1 (2005):
19-20.'
KOSIANCIC, RAY. The Kosiancic Farm In
Crescent Valley: 100 Years in the Life of a
FanttyFarm. 38:4 (2005):14-16.
LAUX. BILL. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Sac* a Canadian Mine. 38:2 (2005): 12-18.
LYMBERY. TOM. Cray Creek Halt. 38:3 (2005):
13-15.
—, —. More on the Crowsnest RaUway.
38:1 (2005): 30.
MILLER, BILL. The Stikine-Teslin Route to the
Klondike Gold Fields. 38:1 (2005): 12-19.
PARENT, MILTON. Halcyon Hotsprings Note.
38:3 (2005): 40."
PATENAUDE, BRANWEN C. The Rise and Fall of
Cinema, B.C.: Hollywood North Ahead of Its
Time. 38:2 (2005): 2-3.
PATENAUDE, VAL. Archives and Archivists:
Interactive Community Archives. 38:1
(2005): 32.
ROGERS, PAT A. Doctors Edward Charles ft
Isabella Delange Arthur: Nelson Pioneers.
38:4 (2005): 10-13.
SANBORN, ANDREA. Archives and Archivists:
U'mista-.The Return of Something
Important. 38:2 (2005): 38-39.
SCOTT R, JO. Smith's Iron Chink: One
Hundred Years of the Mechanical Fish
Butcher. 38:2 (2005): 21-24.
SEDGWICK, KENT. Chata-oo-Chtck Revisited.
38:3 (2005): 26.
SEPTER.DIRK. The Sullivan Diamond Drill of
Coat Creek. 38:3 (2005): 23-25.
SIDHU, MARINA. History of Pride and
Challenges: Abbotsford Sikh Temple,
National Historic Site. 38:3 (2005): 29.*
STEPHENS, DOREEN. Archives ft Archivists: Two
Singles and a Double - Archives in the
Bedroom I 38:2 (2005): 37.'
STOREY, VERNON J. A Woman of Stature: Dr.
Henrietta Anderson and the Victoria
Provincial Normal School. 38:1 12005): 3-6.
TROWER, PETER & YVONNE KLAN. Chala-oo-
Chick: The First Fort George. 38:2 (2005):
19-20."
WARE, REUBEN. Archives & Archivists:
Vancouver City Archives Acquires L.D. Taylor
Fonds. 38:4 (2005): 25.
WATKINS, DAGMAR. Wiliiom Charles Heaton-
Armstrong, 1853-1917: His History and His
Connection to the Okanagan. 38:4 (2005): 2-5.
WELWOOD, FRANCES. Vancouver's Pioneer Art
Gallery & Early Art Associations. 38:3
(2005): 2-5.
WOLF, JIM. Through Japanese Eyes: The
Portrait Studio of Paul Louis Okamura. 38:4
(2005): 18-23.
WOOD, CAROLANN C.E. Axe Murder in the
Okanagan: A Forensic Case Study.
38:1 (2005): 7-11.
WONG, LARRY. The Life and Times of Foon
Sien. 38:3 (2005): 6-8.
TITLES
22nd Annual BCHF Book Competition: Books
Submitted. 38:2 (2005): 38.'
Alberni District Historical Society Celebrates
40 Years of Service by Valentine Hughes.
38:1 (2005): 34.'
Archives and Archivists: Interactive
Community Archives by Val Patenaude- 38:1
(2005): 22.
 ; Two Singles and a Double - Archives
in the Bedroom! by Doreen Stephens. 38:2
(2005): 37."
 -■ U'mista: The Return of Something
Important by Andrea Sanborn. 38:3 (2005):
38-39.
 ; Vancouver City Archives Acquires L. D.
Taylor Fonds by Reuben Ware. 38:4 (2005): 25.
Axe Murder in the Okanagan: A Forensic Case
Study by Carolann C.E. Wood. 38:1
(2005): 7-11.
Black Pioneer Fielding Spotts: School Trustee,
Church Founder, Farmer by John Fitch.
38:2 (2005): 4-7.
British Columbia Historical News Index, vol.
37:1, winter 2003 to vol. 37:4, winter 2004.
28:1 (2005): 16-40.'
Chata-oo-Chlck: The First Fort George by Peter
Trower 6 Yvonne Klan. 28:2 (2005): 19-20.'
Chala-oo-Chick Revisited by Kent Sedgwick.
38:3 (2005): 26.
Doctors Edward Charles 6 Isabella Detange
Arthur: Nelson Pioneers by Pot A. Rogers.
38:4(2005): 10-13.
From the Editor by John Atkin. 38:1 (2005 ): I;
38:2 (2005): 1; 38:3 (2005): 1; 28:4 (2O05):1.
Gerald Smedley Andrews, December 12, 1902 -
December 5, 2005. 38:4 (2005): 34.
Gray Creek Hall by Tom Lymbery. 38:3 (2005):
13-15.
The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying Back a
Canadian Mine by Bill Laux. 38:2 (2005J: 12-18.
Halcyon Hotsprings Note by Milton Parent.
28:2 (2005): 40.'
History of Pride and Challenges: Abbotsford
Sikh Temple, National Historic Site by
Marina Sidhu. 28:2 (2005): 29."
James Cooper Keith: Business Pioneer and
Treasure Hunter by Robert J. Cathro. 38:4
(2005): 6-9.
John Alexander Bovey 1924-2005. 38:1 (2005): 2.
The Kosiancic Farm in Crescent Valley: 100
Years in the Life of a Family Farm by Ray
Kosiancic. 38:4 (2005): 14-16.
Le Roi Mine Tour, Rossland Museum. 38:2
(2005): 18.
The Life and Times of Foon Sien by Larry
Wong. 38:3 (2005): 6-8.
Lost Nanaimo - Taking Back Our Past by Jean
Barman. 38:3 (2005): 16-22.
More on the Crowsnest Railway by Tom
Lymbery. 38:1 (2005): 30.
The Moti Prize: Local History Writing Prize for
Elementary Students by John Atkin. 38:2
(2005): 27.
The Rise and Fall of Cinema, B.C.: Hollywood
North Ahead of Its Time by Branwen C.
Patenaude. 38:2 (2005): 2-3.
Smith's Iron Chink: One Hundred Years of the
Mechanical Fish Butcher by Jo Scott 8.
38:2 (2005): 21-24.
The Stikine-Teslin Route to the Klondike Gold
Fields by BUI Miller. 38:1 (2005): 12-19.
The Sullivan Diamond Drill of Coal Creek by
Dirk Septer. 38:3 (2005): 22-25.
Through Japanese Eyes: The Portrait Studio of
Paul Louis Okamura by Jim Wolf. 18:4
(2005): 18-23.
34 BFtmSH COLUMBIA HISTOKV ■ Vol. 39 No. 2 Token History: Albert Traunweiser and the
Alberta Hotel, Grand Forks, B.C. by Ronald
Greene. 38:1 (2005): 20-21.
 : Armour fr Kennedy of Cranbrook, I
Armour of Cranbook, B.C. by Ronatd
Greene. 28:3 (2005): 27-28.
 : Fernridge Lumber Company, Limited
of New Westminster, B.C. by Ronald
Greene. 38:2 (2005): 25-26.
 : W.T.Beadtes fi Company, of Salmo,
8. C by Ronald Greene. 28:4 (2005): 24.
U'mista: The Return of Something Important
by Andrea Sanborn. 38:3 (2005): 38-29.
Up Coast Advenmtures Continue by Tom Fox.
28:3 (2005): 9-12.
The Use of Saltings on the BC Coast by V.C.
(Bert) Brink and June Binkert. 38:4 (2005): f7.
Vancouver's Pioneer Art GaUery fi Early Art
Associations by Frances Welwood. 28:3
(2005): 2-5.
Victoria's Birdman: The Forgotten Story of
William Wallace Gibson by Tristin Hooper.
38:2 (2005): 8-11.
Web Site Forays: All Aboard I by Christopher
Garrish. 38:2 (2005): 36.
 -.Graveyards of the Pacific:
Shipwrecks of Vancouver island by
Christopher Garrish. 38:1 (2005): 31.'
What's in a Name: Captain Courtenay and
Vancouver Island Exploration: The Missing
Foot Notes. 38:1 (2005): 35.'
William Charles Heaton-Armstrong, 1853-I9f7:
His Story and His Connection to the
Okanagan by Dagmar Watkins. 28:4 (2005): 2-5.
4 Woman of Stature: Dr. Henrietta Anderson
and the Victoria Provincial Normal School by
Vernon J. Storey. 38:1 (2005): 2-6.
SUBJECTS
ABC GLENDALE COVE CANNERY
Fox, Tom. Up Coast Adventures Continue.
38:3 (2005): 9-12.
ABBOTSFORD
Sidhu, Marina. History of Pride and
Challenges: Abbotsford Sikh Temple,
National Historic Site. 38:3 (2005): 29.'
AEROPLANES
Hooper. Tristin. Victoria's Birdman: The
Forgotten Story of WilUam Wallace Gibson.
28:2(2005): S-ff.
AFRO-AMERICANS
Fitch, John. Stack Pioneer Fielding Spotts:
School Trustee, Church Founder, Farmer.
38:2 (2005): 4-7.
AGRICULTURE
Kosnlancic, Ray. The Kosnlancic Farm in the
Crescent Valley: 100 Years in the Life of a
Family Farm. 28:4(2005): 14-16.
ANGLICAN CHURCH ARCHIVES
Stephens, Doreen. Archives fi Archivists:
Two Singles and a Double — Archives in the
Bedroom ! 28:2 (2005): 27.'
ANDERSON, HENRIETTA
Storey, Vernon J. A Woman of Stature: Dr.
Henrietta Anderson and the Victoria
Provincial Normal School. 28:1 (2005): 2-6.
ARCHIVES
Patenaude, Val. Archives S Archivists:
Interactive Community Archives. 38:1
(2005): J2.
Sanborn, Andrea. Archives fi Archivists:
U'mista: The Return of Something
Important. 38:3 (2005): 38-39.
Stephens, Doreen. Archives fi Archivists:
Two Singles and a Double - Archives in
the Bedroom 1 28:2 (2005): 37."
Ware, Reuben. Archives ft Archivists:
Vancouver City Archives Acquires L. D.
Taylor Fonds. 38:4 (2005): 25.
ARCHIVISTS
John Alexander Bovey 1934-2005. 38:1
(2005): 2.
ARMOUR, JOHN
Greene, Ronatd. Token History: Armour fi
Kennedy of Cranbrook, B. C. /Armour of
Cranbrook.B.C. 38:3 (2005): 27-28.
ARMSTRONG, B.C.
Watkins. Dagmar. Charles William Heaton-
Armstrong, 1853-1917: His Story and His
Connection to the Okanagan. 38:4 (2005): 2-5.
ART GALLERIES
welwood, Frances. Vancouver's Pioneer Art
Gallery ft Earty Art Associations. 38:3
12005): 2-5.
THE ART UNION
Welwood. Frances. Vancouver's Pioneer Art
Gallery ft Early Art Associations. 28:2
(2005): 2-5.
ARTHUR. ISABELLA DELANGE
Rogers. Pat A. Doctors Edward Charles ft
Isabella Delange Arthur: Nelson Pioneers.
38:4(2005): 10-13.
ARTISTS
Waif, Jim. Through Japanese Eyes: The
Portrait studio of Paul Louis Okamura. 38:4
(2005): 18-22.
AVIATION HISTORY
Hooper, Tristin. Victoria's Birdman: The
Forgotten Story of William Wallace Gibson.
38:2 (2005): 8-11.
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Cathro, Robert J. James Cooper Keith:
Business Pioneer and Treasure Hunter. 38:4
(2005): 6-9.
BATE, MARK
Barman, Jean. Lost Nanaimo • Taking Back
Our Past. 38:2 (2005): 16-22.
BAPTIST CHURCH
Fitch, John. Black Pioneer Fielding Spotts:
School Trustee, Church Founder, Farmer.
38:2 (2005): 4-7.
BEADLES, WILLIAM THOMAS
Greene, Ronald. Token History: W.T.Beadles
Et Company, of Salmo, B.C. 28:4 (2005): 24.
BIOGRAPHIES
Cathro, Robert J. James Cooper Keith:
Business Pioneer and Treasure Hunter.
28:4 (2005): 6-9.
Fitch, John. Black Pioneer Fielding Spotts:
School Trustee. Church Founder, Farmer.
38:2 (2005): 4-7.
Kosnlancic, Ray. The Kosnlancic Farm in
Crescent Valley: 100 Years in the Life of a
Family Farm. 28:4(2005): 14-16.
Rogers, Pat A. Doctors Edwad Charles 6
Isabella Delange Arthur: Nelson Pioneers.
28:4(2005): 10-13.
Vfotkins, Dagmar. Charles WiUiam Heaton-
Armstrong, 1853-1917: His Story and His
Connection to the Okanagan. 38:4 (2005): 2-5.
Wolf, Jim. Through Japanese Eyes: The
Portrait Studio of Paul Louis Okamura.
38:4 (2005): 18-23.
BLACKS see AFRO-AMERICANS
BOWEN ISLAND
Cathro. Robert J. James Cooper Keith:
Business Pioneer and Treasure Hunter.
28:4 (2005): 6-9.
BRITISH AMERICA CORPORATION (B.A.C.)
Laux, BiU. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Back a Canadian Mine. 38:2 (2005): 12-18.
BRUNSWICK BOWLING ALLEYS
Greene, Ronald. Token History: Armour fr
Kennedy of Cranbrook, B.C./Armour of
Cranbrook, B.C. 38:3 (2005): 27-28.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Kosnlancic, Ray. The Kosnanclc Farm in
Crescent Valley: 100 Years In the Life of a
Family Farm. 38:4(2005): 14-16.
CANNERIES
Fax, Tom. Up Coast Adventures Continue.
28:3 (2005): 9-12.
Scott, Jo B. Smith's Iron Chink: One
Hundred Years of the Mechanical Fish
Butcher. 38:2 (2005): 21-24.
THE CARIBOO
Patenaude, Branwen c. The Rise and Fall of
Cinema, B.C.: Hollywood North Ahead of
ItsTime. 38:2 (2005): 2-3.
Sedgwick, Kent. Chala-oo-Chick Revisited.
38:3 (2005): 26.
Trower, Peter ft Yvonne Klan. Chata -oo-
Chick: The First Fort George. 38:2 (2005):
19-20.'
CHALA-OO-CHICK
Sedgwick, Kent. Chala-oo-Chick Revisited.
38:3 (2005): 26.
Trower, Peter ft Yvonne Klan. Chala-oo-
Chick: The First Fort George. 38:2 (2005):
19-20.'
CHAMPLAIN. LLOYD
Patenaude, Branwen C. The Rise and Fall of
Cinema, B.C.: Hollywood North Ahead of Its
Time. 38:2 (2005): 2-2.
CHARLES, EDWARD
Rogers, Pat A. Edward Charles & Isabella
Delange Arthur: Nelson Pioneers. 28:4
(2005): 10-13.
BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORY - Vol. 39 No. 2        35 CHERRYVILLE, B.C.
Wood, Carolann C.E. Axe Murder in the
Okanagan: A Forensic Case Study. 38:1
(2005): 7-11.
CHINESE CANADIANS
Wong, Larry. The Life and Times of Foon
Sien. 38:2 (2005): 6-8.
CINEMA, B.C.
Patenaude, Branwen C. The Rise and Fall of
Cinema, B.C.: Hollywood North Ahead of Its
Time. 38:2 (2005): 2-3.
COAL CREEK, BULKLEY VALLEY
Septer, Dirk. The Sullivan Diamond Drill of
Cool Creek. 38:3 (2005): 23-25.
COAL MINING
Barman, Jean. Lost Nanaimo - Taking Back
Our Past. 38:3 (2005): 16-22.
COMMUNITY HALLS
Lymbery, Tom. Gray Creek Hall. 38:3 (2005):
13-15.
COMPETITIONS
22nd Annual BCHF Book Competition: Books
Submitted. 38:2 (2005): 38.'
Atkin, John. From the Editor. 38:1 (2005): 1.
—, —. The Moti Prize: Local History
Writing Competition for Elementary
Students. 38:2 (2005): 27; 38:3 (2005): 29.';
38:4(2005): 35.*
CRANBROOK
Greene, Ronald. Token History: Armour fr
Kennedy of Cranbrook.B.C. I Armour of
Cranbrook B.C. 38:2 (2005) 27-28.
CRESCENT VALLEY
Kosniancic, Ray. The Kosnlancic Farm in
Crescent Valley: 100 Years in the Life of a
Family Farm. 38:4 (2005): 14-16.
CROWSNEST RAILWAY
Lymbery, Tom More on the Crowsnest
Railway. 28:1 (2005): 30.
CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
Welwood, Frances. Vancouver's Pioneer Art
Gallery a Early Art Associations. 38:3
(2005): 2-5.
CULTURAL ARTIFACTS
Sanborn, Andrea. Archives Et
Archivists:U'mista the Return of Something
Important. 38:2 (2005): 28-29.
CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Barman, Jean. Lost Nanaimo ■ Taking Back
Our Past. 38:3 (2005): 16-22.
DAWSON CITY
Miller, Bill. The Stikine-Teslin Route to the
Klondike Gold Fields. 28:1 (2005): 12-19.
DEWAR, AENEAS
Wood, Carolann C.E. Axe Murder In the
Okanagan: A Forensic Case Study. 28:1
(2005): 7-11.
DIAMOND DRILLS
Septer, Dirk. The Sullivan Diamond Drill of
Coat Creek. 38:2 (2005): 23-25.
DOCTORS
Rogers, Pat A. Doctors Edwrad Charles fr
Isabella Delange Arthur: Nelson Pioneers.
38:4(2005): 10-13.
DOMINION SHINGLE fr LUMBER
MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Greene, Ronald. Token History: Fernridge
Lumber Compamy, Limited of New
Westminster, B.C. 28:2 (2005): 25-26.
DOUGLAS, JAMES
Fitch, John. Black Pioneer Fielding Spotts:
School Trustee, Church Founder, Farmer.
38:2 (2005): 4-7.
EDITORIALS
Atkin, John. From the Editor. 38:1 (2005): 1;
38:2 (2005): 1; 38:3 (2005): 1; 38: (2005): 1.
EDUCATION
Barman. Jean. Lost Nanaimo - Taking Back
Our Past. 38:2 (2005): 16-22.
Fitch, John. Black Pioneer Fielding Spotts:
School Trustee, Church Founder, Farmer.
38:2 (2005): 4-7.
Rogers, Pat A. Doctors Edward Charles Et
Isabella Delange Arthur: Nelson Pioneers.
38:4 (2005): 10-12.
Storey, Vernon J. A Woman of Stature: Dr.
Henrietta Anderson and the Victoria
Provincial Normal School. 38:1 (2005): 2-6.
FARMS
Brink, V. C. (Bert) and June Binkert. The Use
of Saltings on theSC Coast. 28:4 (2005): 17.
Kosnlancic, Ray. The Kosniancic Farm in
Crescent Valley: 100 Years In the Life of a
FamUy Farm. 38:4(2005): 14-16.
FERNRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY LTD.
Greene, Ronald. Token History; Fernridge
Lumber Company. Limited of New
Westminster, B.C. 28:2 (2005): 25-26,
FINLAYSON, RODERICK
Cathro, Robert J. James Cooper Keith:
Business Pioneer and Treasure Hunter. 38:4
(2005): 6-9.
FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE
Sanborn, Andrea. Archives Et Archivists:
U'mista: The Return of Something
Important. 28:2 (2005): 38-39.
FISHING INDUSTRY
Scott, Jo fl. Smith's Iron Chink: One
Hundred Years of the Mechanical Fish
Butcher. 38:2 (2005): 21-24.
FOON SIEN
Wong, Larry. The Life and Tmes of Foon
Sien. 38:3 (2005): 6-8.
FORENSIC MEDICINE
Wood, Coralann C.E. Axe Murder in the
Okanagan: A Forensic Case Study. 38:1
(2005): 7-If.
FORT GEORGE
Sedgwick, Kent. Chala-oo-Chick Revisited.
38:3 (2005): 26.
Trower, Peter fr Yvonne Klan. Chala-oo-
Chick: The First Fort George. 38:2 (2005):
19-20.'
FRASER RIVER DELTA
Brink, V.C. (Bert) and June Binkert. The Use
of Saltings on the BC Coast. 38:4 (2005): 17.
FREETO, ELLA MAUDE
Patenaude, Branwen C. The Rise and Fall of
Cinema, B.C.: Holtlywood North Ahead of
Its Time. 38:2 (2005): 2-3.
GIBSON, WILLIAM WALLACE
Hooper, Tristin. Victoria's Birdman: The
Forgotten Story of WUUam Wallace Gibson.
28:2 (2005): 8-11.
GOLD RUSHES
Milter, Bill. The Stikine -Teslin Route to the
Klondike Gold Fields. 28:1 (2005): 12-19.
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
Greene, Ronald. Token History: Albert
Traunweiser and the Alberta Hotel, Grand
Forks, B.C. 28:1 (2005): 20-21.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY
Septer, Dirk. The Sullivan Diamond Drill of
Coal Creek. 38:3 (2005): 23-25.
GRAY CREEK
Lymbery, Tom. Gray Creek HaU. 38:3 (2005):
13-15.
HALCYON HOTSPRINGS
Parent, Milton. Halcyon Hotsprings Note.
38:3 (2005): 40."
HARDMAN FAMILY
Welwood, Frances. Vancouver's Pioneer Art
Gallery a Early Art Associations. 38:2
(2005); 2-5.
HEATON-ARMSTRONG. CHARLES WILUAM
Watkins, Dagmar. Charles William Heaton-
Armstrong, 1853-1917: His Story and His
Connection to the Okanagan. 38:4 (2005): 2-5.
HERITAGE BUILDINGS
Lymbery, Tom. Gray Creek Hall. 38:3 (2005):
13-15.
Sldhu, Marino. History of pride and
Challenges: Abbotsford Sikh Temple,
National Historic Site. 38:3 (2005): 29.'
HOTELS
Greene, Ronald. Token History: Albert
Traunweiser and the Alberta Hotel, Grand
Forks, B.C. 38:1 (2005): 20-21.
—, —. Token History: W.T.Beadles fi
Company, ofSolmo, B.C. 38:4 (2005): 24.
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY
Barman, Jean. Lost Nanaimo - Taking Back
Our Past. 38:3 (2005): 16-22.
Cathro, Robert J. James Cooper Keith:
Business Pioneer and Treasure Hunter.
38:4 (2005): 6-9.
Trower, Peter 6 Yvonne Klan. Chala-oo-
Chick: The First Fort George. 38:2 (2005):
19-20.'
ILLUSTRATIONS, COVER
38:1 (2005): Members of the Yukon Field
Force on the Teslin Trait, 1898; 38:2
(2005): All That Remains of Cinema, BC. in
the FaU of 2003; 38:3 (2005): Wong Foon
Sien Writing at His Desk; 38:4 (2005), Paul
Louis Okamura.
IMMIGRATION LAWS
Wong, Larrry. The Life and Times of Foon
Sien. 38:3 (2005): 6-8.
36 BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORY - Vol. 39 No. 2 INDEXES
British Columbia Historical News Index, vot.
37:1, winter 2003 to vol. 27:4, winter 2004.
38:1 (2005): 36-40.'
INSERTS
British Columbia Historical Federation
Newsletter no. 10, December 2004, between
pp. 20-21, 38:1 (2005); Newsletter no. 13,
August 2005, between pp. 20-21,18:3
(2005); Members' Advertisements, between
pp. 20-21, 38:2 (2005; BCHF Conference
Information, after p. 36, 38:4 (2005).
IRON CHINK
Scott, JoB. Smith's Iron Chink: One
Hundred Years of the Mechanical Fish
Butcher. 18:2 (2005): 2 (-24.
JAPANESE CANADIANS
Woif, Jim. Through Japanese Eyes: The
Portrait Studio of Paul Louis Okamura. 18:4
(2005): 18-23.
KEITH, JAMES COOPER
Cathro, Robert J. James Cooper Keith:
Business Pioneer and Treasure Hunter. 38:4
(2005): 6-9.
KENNEDY, JOHN EGAN
Greene, Ronatd. Token History: Armour fr
Kennedy of Cranbrook, B.C./Armour of
Cranbrook, B.C. 38:3 (2005): 27-28.
THE KLONDIKE
Milter, BiU. The Stikine- Teslin Route to the
Klondike Gold Fields. 38:1 (2005): 12-19.
KOSNIANCIC FAMILY
Kosniancic, Ray. The Kosniancic Farm in
Crescent VaUey: 100 Years In the Life of a
Family Farm. 38:4 (2005,1: (4-16.
KOOTENAY AREA
Greene, Ronald. Token History: W.T.Beadtes
fi Company, of Salmo, B.C. 38:4 (2005): 24.
Kosnlancic, Ray. The Kosnlancic Farm In
Crescent VaUey: 100 Years in the Life of a
Family Farm. 38:4(2005): 14-16.
lymbery, Tom. Gray Creek Hall. 28:3 (7005): 1315.
KWAKIUTL MUSEUM
Sanborn, Andrea. Archives fr Archivists:
U'mista: The Return of Something Important.
38:3 (2005): 38-39.
ijtNO SPECULATION
Cathro, Robert J, James Cooper Keith:
Business Pioneer and Treasure Hunter. 38:4
(2005): 6-9.
LE ROI GOLD AND COPPER MINE
Laux,Bill. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Back a Canadian Mine. 38:2 (2005): 12-18.
LUMBER INDUSTRY
Greene, Ronald. Token History: Fernidge
Lumber Company, Limited of New
Westminster, B.C. 38:2 (2005): 25-26.
Mcintosh, charles
Laux, Bill. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Back a Canadian Mine. 38:2 (2005): 12-18.
MACHINES
Scott, Jo B. Smith's Iron Chink: One Hundred
Years of the Mechanical Fish Butcher. 38:2
(2005): 21-24.
Septer, Dirk. The Sullivan Diamond Drill of
Coal Creek. 38:3 (2005): 23-25.
MAPLE RIDGE DISTRICT
Patenaude, Val. Archives and Archivists:
Interactive Community Archives. 38:1
(2005):32.
MAPS
Miller, Bill. The Stikine -Teslin Route to the
Klondike Gold Fields. 38:1 (2005): 12-19.
MARSHLANDS
Brink, V.C. (Bert) and June Binkert. The Use
of Saltings on the BC Coast. 38:4 (2005): 17.
MAYORS
Ware, Reuben. Archives fi Archivists:
Vancouver City Archives Acquires L, D.
Taylor Fonds. 38:4 (2005): 25.
MINING
Laux, Bill. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Back a Canadian Mine. 38:2 (2005): 12-18.
Miller, Bill. The Stikine-Teslin Route to the
Klondike Gold Fields. 38:1 (2005): 12-19.
Septer, Dirk. The Sullivan Diamond Drill of
Coal Creek. 38:3 (2005): 23-25.
MISCELLANY
28:1 (2005): 33-34.'; 38:2 (2005): 39-40.';
38:3 (2005): 40.*; 38:4 (2005J: 35-36.*
MOTI PRIZE
Atkin, John. From the Editor. 38:1 (2005): 1.
—, —. The Moti Prize: Local History
Writing Competition for Elementary
Students. 38:2 (2005): 27; 38:4 (2005): 35.
Stdhu, Marina. History of Pride and
Challenges: Abbotsford Sikh Temple,
National Historic Site. 38:2 (2005): 29.'
MOTION PICTURE STUDIOS
Patenaude, Branwen C. The Rise and Fall of
Cinema. B.C.: Hollywood North Ahead of Its
Time. 38:2 (2005): 2-3.
MURDERS
Wood, Carolann C.E. Axe Murder in the
Okanagan: A Forensic Case Study. 13:1
(2005): 7-11.
NANAIMO
Barman, Jean. Lost Nanaimo - Taking Back
Our Past. 38:3 (2005): 16-22.
NELSON
Kosniancic, Ray. The Kosnlancic Farm In
Crescent Valley: 100 Years in the Life of a
Family Farm. 38:4 (2005): 14-16.
Rogers. Pat A. Doctors Edward Charles Et
Isabella Delange Arthur: Nelson Pioneers.
38:4(2005): 10-13.
NELSON fr FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY
Greene, Ronald. Token History: W.T.
Beadles fi Company, of Salmo, B.C. 38:4
(2005): 24.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Greene, Ronald. Token History: Fernridge
Lumber Company. Limited of New
Westminster, B.C. 38:2 (2005): 25-26.
Wolf, Jim. Through Japanese Eyes: The
Portrait Studio of Paul Louis Okamura.
38:4 (2005): 18-23.
NORMAL SCHOOLS
Storey, Vernon J. A Woman of Stature: Dr.
Henrietta Anderson and the Victoria
Provincial Norma/ School. 38:1 (2005): 3-6.
NORTH VANCOUVER
Cathro. Robert J. James Cooper Keith;
Business Pioneer and Treasure Hunter. 38:4
(2005): 6-9.
NORTH WEST COMPANY
Trower, Peter ft Yvonne Klan. Chala-oo-
Chick: The First Fort George. 38:2 (2005):
19-20.'
NORTHERN HOTEL, SALMO
Greene. Ronald. Token History: W. T. Beadles
ft Company, of Salmo, B.C. 38:4 (2005): 24.
NORTHPORT, WASH.
Laux, BiU. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Back a Canadian Mine. 38:2 (2005): 12-18.
OBITUARIES
Andrews, Gerald Smedley (December 12,
1903 ■ December 5, 2005). 38:4 (2005): 34.
Baractough, Edward. 38:1 (2005): 40.'
Bovey, John Alexander (1934-2005). 38:1
(2005): 2
Humphries, Charles W. 38:3 (2005): 40.*
Laux, Bill. 38:1 (2005): 33.'
Stewart, Bob.B.C. Conference Archivist,
died November 2005. 38:4 (2005): 35.
OKANAGAN AREA
Wood, Carolann C.E. Axe Murder In the
Okanagan: A Forensic Case Study. 38:1
(2005): 7-11.
OKAMURA, PAUL LOUIS
Wolf, Jim. Through Japanese Eyes: The
Portrait Studio of Paul Louis Okamura. 38:4
(2005): 18-23.
PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY
Patenaude, Branwen C. The Rise and Fall of
Cinema, B.C.: Hollywood North Ahead of Its
Time. 18:2 (2005): 2-3.
PACIFIC OCEAN
Garrish, Christopher. Web Site Forays:
Graveyards of the Pacific: Shipwrecks of
Vancouver Island. 38:1 (2005): 31.'
PACIFIC WEST COAST
Fox,Tom. Up Coast Adventures Continue.
28:2 (2005): 9-12.
PEYTON, /.N. (COLONEL)
Laux, Bill. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Back a Canadian Mine. 28:2 (2005): 12-18.
PHOTOGRAPH STUDIOS
Wolf, Jim, Through Japanese Eyes: The
Portrait Studio of Paul Louis Okamura. 38:4
(2005): 18-23.
PIONEER ART GALLERY
Welwood, Frances. Vancouver's Pioneer Art
GaUery a Early Art Associations. 38:3
(2005): 2-5.
PORTRAITS
Wolf, Jim. Through Japanese Eyes: The
Portrait Studio of Paul Louis Okamura. 38:4
(2005): 18-23.
BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORY ■ Vol. 39 No. 2
37 PRINCESS ROYAL
Barman, Jean. Lost Nanaimo - Taking Back
Our Past. 38:3 (2005): 16-22.
RAILWAYS
Garrish, Christopher. Web Site Forays: All
Aboard ! 38:2 (2005): 36.
Greene, Ronald. Token History: W.T. Beadles
ft Company, of Salmo, B.C. 38:4 (2005): 24.
Kosnlancic, Ray. The Kosnlancic Farm in
Crescent VaUey: 100 Years In the Life of a
Family Farm. 38:4(2005): 14-16.
Lymbery, Tom. More on the Crowsnest
RaUway. 18:1 (2005): 30.
Patenaude, Branwen C. The Rise and FaU of
Cinema. B. C.: Hollywood North Ahead of
Its Time. 38:2 (2005): 2-3.
Septer, Dirk. The Sullivan Diamond Drill of
Coal Creek. 38:2 (2005): 22-25.
Watkins, Dagmar. Charles William Heaton-
Armstrong, 1852-1917: His Story and His
Connection to the Okanagan. 38:4 (2005): 2-5.
REMINISCENCES
Fox, Tom. Up Coast Adventures Continue.
38:3 (2005): 9 12.
ROSSLAND
Laux, Bill. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Back a Canadian Mine. 38:2 (2005): 12-18.
ROYAL HUDSON
Garrish, Christopher. Web Site Forays: Alt
Aboard 1 38:2 (2005): 36.
SALMO
Greene, Ronald. Token History: W.T. Beadles
fr Company, of Salmo. B.C. 28:4 (2005): 24.
SALMON
Scott, Jo B. Smith's Iron Chink: One
Hundred Years of the Mechanical Fish
Butcher. 38:2 (2005): 21-24.
SALTINGS
Brink, V.C. (Bert) and June Blnkert. The Use
of Saltings on the BC Coast. 38:4 (2005): 17.
SAN FRANCISCO
Fitch, John. Black Pioneer Fielding Spotts:
School Trustee. Church Founder, Forrmer.
28:2 (2005): 47.
SCAMS
Laux, BiU. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Back a Canadian Mine. 28:2 (2005): 12-18.
SCHOOLS
Lymbery, Tom. Gray Creek Hall. 38:3 (2005):
13-15.
SHIPWRECKS
Garrish, Christopher. Web Site Forays:
Graveyards of the Pacific: Shipwrecks of
Vancouver Island. 28:1 (2005): 21.'
SHUSWAP AND OKANAGAN RAILWAY
Watkins, Dagmar. Charles William Heaton-
Armstrong, 1853-1917: His Story and His
Connection to the Okanagan. 38:4 (2005): 2-5.
SIFTON, CLIFFORD
Miiller, BIU. The Stikine-Teslin Route to the
Klondike Gold Fields. 38:1 (2005): 12-19.
SIKHS
Sldhu, Marina. History of Pride and
Challenges: Abbotsford Sikh Temple,
National Historic Site. 28:3 (2005): 29.'
SLOCAN VALLEY
Kosniancic, Ray. The Kosnlancic Farm in the
Crescent Valley; 100 Years in the Life of a
Family Form. 38:4 (2005): 14-16.
SMELTERS
Laux, Bill. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Back a Canadian Mine. 38:2 (2005): 12-18.
SMITH, EDMUND AUGUSTINE
Scott, Jo B. Smith's Iron Chink: One
Hundred Years of the Mechanical Fish
Butcher. 28:2 (2005): 21-24.
SOCIAL UFE ft CUSTOMS
Barman, Jean. Lost Nanaimo - Taking Back
Our Past. 28:3 (20051: 16-22.
Fitch, John. Black Pioneer Fielding Spotts:
School Trustee, Church Founder, Farmer.
38:2 (2005): 4-7.
Fox, Tom. Up Coast Adventures Continue.
38:2 (2005): 9-12.
Kosnlancic, Ray. The Kosniancic Farm in
Crescent Valley: 100 Years in the Life of a
Family Farm. 28:4 (2005): 14-16.
Lymbery, Tom. Gray Creek Hall. 38:3 (2005):
13-15.
Rogers, Pat A. Doctors Edward Charles ft
Isabella Delange Arthur: Nelson Pioneers.
38:4(2005): 10-13.
Watkins, Dagmar. Charles William Heaton-
Armstrong, 1853-1917: His Story and His
Connection to the Okanogan. 38:4 (2005): 2-5.
S0C/E77F5
Hughes, Valentine. Alberni District
Historical Society Celebrates 40 Years of
Service. 38:1 (2005): 24.'
SPANISH FLU PANDEMIC
Rogers, Pat A. Doctors Edward Charles ft
Isabella Delange Arthur: Nelson Pioneers.
38:4(2005): 10-13.
SPOKANE COLONELS
Laux, Bill. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Back a Canadian Mine. 38:2 (2005): 12-18.
SPOTTS, FIELDING
Fitch, John. Black Pioneer Fielding Spotts:
School Trustee, Church Founder, Former.
38:2 (2005): 4-7.
STEVESTON
Scott, Jo B. Smith's Iron Chink: One
Hundred Years of the Mechanical Fish
Butcher. 38:2 (2005): 21-24.
STIKINE RIVER
Miller, Bill. The Stikine-Teslin Route to the
Klondike Gold Fields. 38:1 (2005): 12-19.
TAIT, CHARLES WILUAM
Greene, Ronald. Token History: Fernridge
Lumber Company, Limited of New
Westminster, B.C. 38:2 (2005): 25-26.
TASHIKO, R.Z.
Wolf, Jim. Through Japanese Eyes: The
Portrait Studio of Paul Louis Okamura. 23:4
(2005): 18-22.
TAYLOR, LOUIS DENISON
Ware. Reuben. Archives ft Archivists:
Vancouver City Archives Acquires L..D.
Taylor Fonds. 38:4 (2005): 25.
TEACHERS TRAINING
Storey, Vernon J. A Woman of Stature: Dr.
Henrietta Anderson and the Victoria
Provincial Normal School. 38:1 (2005): 2-6.
TEMPLES
Sidhu, Marina. History of Pride and
Challenges: Abbotsford Slkb Temple,
National Historic Site. 38:3 (2005): 29.*
TESLIN LAKE
MiUer, Bill. The Stikine-Teslin Route to the
Klondike Gold Fields. 38:1 (2005): 12-19.
TOKENS
Greene, Ronald. Token History: Albert
Traunweiser ond the Alberta Hotel, Grand
Forks, B.C. 38:1 (2005): 20-21.
—, —. : Armour fr Kennedy of
Cranbrook, B.C /Armour of Cranbrook, 8.C.
38:3 (2005): 27-28.
—, — : Fernridge Lumber Company,
Limited of New Westminster, B.C. 38:2
(2005): 25-26.
—, —. : W.T.Beadtes fi Company, of
Salmo, B.C. 38:4 (2005): 24.
TOURS
Le Roi Mine Tour, Rossland Museum-18:2
(2005): IB.
TRAUNWEISER, ALBERT
Greene, Ronald. Token History: Albert
Traunweiser and the Alberta Hotel, Grand
Forks, B.C. 38:1 (2005): 20-21.
U'MISTA CULTURAL CENTRE
Sanborn, Andrea. Archives & Archivists:
U'mista: The Return of Something
Important. 38:3 (2005): 28-39.
VANCOUVER
Wong, Larry Life and Times of Foon Sien.
28:3 (2005): 6-8.
VANCOUVER ART ASSOCIATION
Welwood, Frances. Vancouver's Pioneer Art
Gallery a Earty Art Associations. 38:2
(2005): 2-5.
VANCOUVER ISLAND
Garrish, Christopher. Web Site Forays:
Graveyards of the Pacific: Shipwrecks of
Vancouver Island. 28:1 (2005): 31.'
VANCOUVER SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
Stephens, Doreen. Archives fr Archivists:
Two Singles and o Double - Archives in the
Bedroom I 38:2 (2005): 37."
VICTORIA
Fitch, John- Black Pioneer Fielding Spotts:
School Trustee, Church Founder, Farmer.
38:2 (2005): 4-7.
Hooper, Tristin. Victoria's Birdman: The
Forgotten Story of William Wallace
Gibson. 38:2 (2005): 8-11.
Storey, Vernon J. A Woman of Stature: Dr.
Henrietta Anderson and the Victoria
Provincial Normal School. 38:1 (2005): 3-6-
H BRITISH COLUMBIA HI5TORY - Vol. 39 No. 2 WEB SITES
Garrish. Crlstopher. Web Site Forays: All
Aboard 1 38:2 (2005): 36.
—, —. Graveyards of the Pacific:
Shipwrecks of Vancouver Island. 38:1 (20O5):31.'
WEBSTER, ANNIE
Wetwood, Frances. Vancouver's Pioneer Art
Gallery a Early Art Associations. 38:3
(2005): 2-5.
WONG FOON SIEN see FOON SIEN
WORK, JOHN
Cathro, Robert J. James Cooper Keith:
Business Pioneer and Treasure Hunter. 38:4
(2005): 6-9.
WRIGHT, WHITAKER
Laux, Bill. The Great Le Roi Hoax: Buying
Back a Canadian Mine. 38:2 (2005):12-18.
YALE, JAMES MURRAY
Trower, Peter fi Yvonne Klan. Chala-oo-
Chick: The First Fort George. 38:2 (2005):
19-20.*
YUKON RIVER
Miller, Silt. The Stikine-Teslin Route to the
Klondike Gold Fields. 38:1 (2005): 12-19.
BOOK REVIEW
AMYOT. Chantat and John Willis. Country Post:
Rural Postal Services in Canada, 1880-1945.
Reviewed by William Topping. 38:1 (2005): 26-27.
BARMAN, Jean. Maria Mahoi of the Islands.
Reviewed by Phyllis Reeve. 38:2 (2005): 29.
BROWN, Atholl Sutherland. A Canadian patriot
and Imperialist: The Life and Times of
James Sutherland Brown. Reviewed by
Arthur Soger. 28:2 (2005): 32.
BRUNEAU, William and David Gordon Duke.
Jean Coulthard: A Life in Music. Reviewed
by Laurenda Daniells. 38:3 12005): 36-37.
BURROUGHS, Bob. Healing In the Wilderness, a
History of the United Church Mission
Hospitals. Reviewed by Dr. V.C.Brink. 38:2
(2005): 28-29.
COLE, Jean Murray, ed. This Blessed
Wilderness: Archibald McDonald's Letters
from the Columbia. 1822-44. Reviewed by
Morag Maclachlan. 18:1 (2005): 40.
CROSS, Rosemary James. The Life and Times
of Victoria Architect P. Leonard James.
Reviewed by Jill Wade. 18:4 (2005): 29.
DAMER, Eric ond Caroline Astell. No Ordinary
Mike: Michael Smith Nobel Laureate.
Reviewed by Phyllis Reeve. 28:2 (2005): 29 30.
DAWSON, Michael. Selling British Columbia:
Tourism and Consumer Culture, 1890-1970.
Reviewed by Kirk Salloum. 18:4(2005): 30 31.
DENNY. Sir Cecil. Denny's Trek: A Mountie's
Memoir of the March West. Reviewed by
Esther Darlington. 18:4 (2005): 27-28.
DUFFUS, Maureen. Old Langford: An
Illustrated History. 1850-1950. Reviewed by
Dave Parker. 38:2 (2005): 30.
DUNCAN. Sandy Frances. Gold Rush Orphan.
Reviewed by Sheryl Salloum. 33:2 (2005): 28.
FADER. Sunny and Edward (Ted) Huntly. Land
Here? You Betl The True Adventures of a
Fledgling Bush Pilot in Alaska and British
Columbia in the Earty 1950s. Reviewed by
Mike Higgs. 38:4 (2005): 30.
FINLAY, K.A., ed. "A Wonon's: Place": Art and
the Role of Women in the Cultural
Formation of Victoria, BC 1850s- 1820s.
Reviewed by Anne Edwards. 38:3 (2005): 25-36.
FRANCIS, Daniel. L.D.: Mayor Louis Taylor and
the Rise Of Vancouver. Reviewed by Mary
Rawson. 38:1 (2005): 27-28.
FRASER, Esther. The Canadian Rockies   Early
Travels and Explorations. Reviewed by
Harvey Buckmaster. 38:1 (2005): 23.
GALLAHER, Bill. Deadly Innocent: Tragedy on
the Trail to Gold. Reviewed by Philip Teece.
38:2 12005): 28.
GRANT, Peter. Wish You Were Here: Life on
Vancouver Island in Historical Photographs.
Reviewed by Tim Percival. 38:2 (2005): 33.
GUPPY, Anthony. The Tofino Kid: From India to
This Wild West Coast. Reviewed by Philip
Teece. 38:2 (2005): 3213.
HAMILTON, Dougtas. Sobering Dilemma, a
History of Prohibition in British Columbia.
Reviewed by Gordon Elliott. 38:2 (2005): 32.
HANEN, Edythe Anstey. Bowen Island
Reflections. Reviewed by Riichard
Littlemore. 18:3 (2005): 30.
HAYNES, Sterling. Bloody Practice: Doctoring
in the Cariboo and Around the World.
Reviewed by Helen Shore. 18:1 (2005): 25.
HILL, Beth and Cathy Converse. The
Remarkable World of Frances Barkley.
Reviewed by Marie Elliott. 18:2 (2005): 31.
HUGHES, Douglas. The Old Bow Fort. Reviewed
by Brian Gobbett. 38:1 12005): 22.
HULLAND, Susan ft Terry Turner. Remember
When ...: Celebrating 100 Years of Crawford
Bay on Kootenay Loke. British Columbia.
Reviewed by Ron Welwood. 38:1 (20051: 32 31.
HUME, Stephen. Lilties a Fireweed: Frontier
Women of British Columbia. Reviewed by
Sharron Simpson. 38:3 (2005): 33.
IREDALE, Jennifer, ed. Enduring Threads:
Ecclesiastical Textiles of St. John the Divine
Church. Yale, British Columbia, Canada.
Reviewed by Phyllis Reeve. 38:4 (2005): ?8.
KLAN, Yvonne Mearns. The Old Red Shirt:
Pioneer Poets of British Columbia. Reviewed
by Sheryl Salloum. 38:2 (2005): 30-31.
KLUCKNER, Michael. Vanishing British
Columbia. Reviewed by Arnold Ranneris.
38:4 (2005): 22.
KOPAS, Leslie. Bella Coola Country. Reviewed
by Susan Stacey. 33:1 (2005): 24-25.
KYLLO, M.A. The Story of Hudson's Hope to
1945. Reviewed by Jonathan Swainger. 18:4
(2005): 31.
LAMB, Bruce. Outposts and Bushplanes.
Reviewed by Mike Higgs. 38:4 (2005): 30.
MARSHALL, Dents. Sawdust Caesars ond Family
Ties in the Southern Interior Forests.
Reviewed by Gordon Hok. 38:3 (2005): 34.
MILLER, Bill. Wires in the Wilderness: The
Story of the Yukon Telegraph. Reviewed by
George Newell. 38:2 (2005): 33.
MULLEN, Tom. Trailing the Waterways of Lewis
and Clark. Reviewed by Susan Stacey.
18:2 (2005): 31.
NORRIS, Pat Wastell. High Seas, High Risk: The
Story of the Sudburys. Reviewed by
Doreen Armitage. 18:4 (2005): 28 29.
NORTON. Wayne and Tom Langford. eds. A
World Apart: The Crowsnest Communities of
Alberta and British Columbia. Reviewed by
Tom Lymbery. IS: 1 (2005): 25.
O'KEEFE, Betty and Ian MacDonald. Dr. Fred
and the Spanish Lady: Fighting the Killer
Flu. Reviewed by Sheryl Salloum. 38:1
(2005); 16.
PATENAUDE, Branwen C. Ruby Red and Gold
Rush Yellow: An Early Cariboo Adventure.
Reviewed by M. Wayne Cunningham. 38:3
(2005): 1114.
RAUSCH, V.L and D.L. Baldwin, eds. The
Yukon Relief Expedition and the Journal of
Carl Johan Sakariassen. Reviewed by Lewis
Green. 18:1 (2005): 228 29.
RAYMENT, Hugh and Patrick Sherlock. Camp
Vernon, a Century of Canadian Military
History. Reviewed by Peter Russell. 18:3
(2005): 1112.
REID. Martine, ed. Trans.by Daisy Sewid-Smith.
Paddling to Where 1 Stand: Agnes Alfred,
QwiqwosutinuKW Noblewoman . Reviewed
by PhyUis Reeve. 38:2 (2005): 34.
ROBERTS. W.R. (Bill). The Best Miners in the
World Stories from Canada's Sullivan Mine.
Reviewed by Alistair Drysdale. 38:4 (2005):
31-32.
ROSE, Alex. Spirit Dance ot Meziadin: Chief
Joseph Gosnell and the Nisga'a Treaty.
Reviewed by Phyllis Reeve. 38:1 12005): 28.
ROY, Patricia E. and John Herd Thompson.
British Columbia, Land of Promises.
Reviewed by Erie Jamieson. 38:4 (2005): 26.
SHERWOOD, Jay Surveying Northern British
Columbia: A Photojournal of Frank
Swannell. Reviewed by W. Grant Hazetwood.
38:2 (2005): 34-35.
SIM, Gary. Art fi Artists in Exhibition
Vancouver: 1890-1950. [electronic resource].
Reviewed by Cheryl Siegel. 38:4 (2005,1:26.
SIMPSON, Sharron. Boards, Boxes, and Bins:
Stanley M. Simpson ond the Okanagan
Lumber Industry. Reviewed by Denis
Marshall. 38:1 12005): 25-26.
SLEIGH, Daphne. Walter Moberly ond the
Northwest Passage by Roil. Reviewedhy
Frank Leonard. 38:1 (2005): 29.
TURNER, Nancy J. Plants of the Haida Gwaii.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Walker. 28:2 (2005): 35.
BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORY - Vol, 39 No. 2        39 TWIGG, Alan. First Invaders: The Literary
Origins of British Columbia. Reviewed by
Peter Mitham. 38:2 (2005): 35.
WAISER, Bill. All Hell Can't Stop Us: The On-
to-Ottawa Trek and Regina Riot Reviewed by
Duff Sutherland. 28:1 (2005): 22-23.
WEICHT, Chris. North by Northwest: An
Aviation History. Reviewed by Mike Higgs.
18:1 (2005)): 31.
WELLS. Oliver. Edenbank - the History of a
Canadian Pioneer Farm. Reviewed by
John Cherrington. 38:1 (2005): 24.
WHITE, Patricia. Mountie in Mukluks: The
Arctic Adventures of Biltl White. Reviewed
by Carol Lowes. 38:3 (2005): 30.
WILLIAMS, Judith. Dynamite Stories. Reviewed
by Arnold Ranneris. 38:1 (2005): 22.
WINDH, Jacqueline. The Wild Edge: Clayoquot,
Long Beach a Barkley Sound. Reviewed by
Philip Teece. 38:3 (2005): 34-35.
WINTERS, Barbara, ed. Legh Mullhall Kilpin -
Teacher, Painter, Printmaker. Reviewed by
Harvey Buckmaster. 38:4 (2005): 29.
WUEST, Donna Yoshitake. Coldstream: Ths
Ranch Where It All Began. Reviewed by M.
Wayne Cunningham. 38:4 (2005): 26-27.
YESAKI, Mitsuo. Wotori-Dori (Birds of Passage).
Reviewed by Sheryl Salloum. 38:4 (2005): 32.
NOTEWORTHY BOOKS
Includes books not reviewed but that are of
interest and may be reviewed at a later date.
38:1 (2005): 40; 38:2 ((2005): 35; 38:3 (2005):
37; 38:4 (2005): 33.
Miscellany
The BC Historical Federation is
pleased to announce their 23rd
Annual 8ook Competition Prizes.
The Lieutenant Governor's Award and First
Prize ($600.00) for the top 2005 British
Columbia Historical Book:
HISTORICAL ATLAS OF VANCOUVER
AND THE LOWER FRASER VALLEY by
Derek Hayes, Publisher Douglas & Mclntyre
Second Prix ($400.00):
VANISHING BRITISH COLUMBIA by
Michael Kluckner, Publisher UBC Press
Third Prize ($200.00):
ISLANDS IN THE SALISH SEA - A
Community AUas edited by Sheila
Harrington and Judi Stevenson, Publisher
Heritage House
Honourable Mention:
HOMF.FRONTf* BATT1.F.FRONT: NELSON
BC IN WORLD WAR 11 by Sylvia Crooks,
Publisher Cranvillc Island Publishing
STELLA - UNREPENTANT MADAM
by Linda Eversole, Publisher r leritage House
THE UFE AND TIMES OF VICTORIA
ARCHITECT, P. LEONARD JAMES by
Rosemary J. Cross, Publisher Dear Brutus
Publishing
The BC Historical Federation Book
Prizes Ceremony took place at their annual
BCHF Conference Banquet which was held
in Kimberley, BC, on May 6* 2006,6pm at
the Marriott Residence Inn.
Thank you to the Judges of the Book
Competition: Diane Rogers, Alice Marwood
and Barb Hynek
Submitted by Bob Mukai, Chair of the BCHF
Book Writing Competition
The University of Victoria announced in
July, 2006 that Pat Roy, President of the
BC Historical Associaton has been made a
fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
Best Article Award for 2005
Dr. Jean Barman, is the winner of the
best article award for 2005 for her article
"Lost Nanaimo — taking back our past"
which appeared in BC History, Vol 38:3.
Salt Spring Island Historical
Society
Kev personality at a recent meeting
of the society was John Patlon Booth, first
elected to the B.C. Legislature in 1871. He
failed to gain a seat in subsequent elections
until in 1900 he held the office of Speaker of
the House, which lasted until his death in
February 1902. Booth was also a farmer on
Salt Spring Island.
He was of course played by an actor
but the grandchildren and greatgrandchildren ol the early pioneers were
real. He intoduced several who gave
interesting stories of their forbears at a time
when logging and farming were the
principal activities, deer hunting supplied
meat for the table, and cougars were a pest.
The organizers were lucky to find
some half-dozen direct descendants of the
pioneer settlers of Salt Spring Island still
living on the island. Their ages rangecUm
2C to 80.
The event was co-sponsored by the
Farmers' Institute, which was celebrating its
110th anniversary and offered its spacious
hall for the performance. Anund 200 people
from both organizations attended.
The Land Conservancy
Purchases Historic Property
The Land Conservancy of BC are
official owners of the Historic Joy Kogawa
House in Marpole. Thanks to 550 donors
from around the globe and one lasl minute
donation of about 5500,000 dollars from an
anonymous corporate donor, the cultural
landmark will be saved as part of Canada's
history for future generations.
40 BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORY - Vol. 39 No. 2

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