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December Newsletter

December Newsletter

Here is the December Newsletter for your reading enjoyment...  [more]

Artifact Artifiction 05

Test your Pioneer knowledge in Artifact or Artifiction! Which answer is correct and which answers are fiction?  [more]

Artifact Artifiction 04

Artifact Artifiction 04

Test your Pioneer knowledge in Artifact or Artifiction! Which answer is correct and which answers are fiction?  [more]

November Newsletter

November Newsletter

Here is the museum newsletter for your reading enjoyment....  [more]

Artifact Artifiction 03

Artifact Artifiction 03

Test your Pioneer knowledge in Artifact or Artifiction! Which answer is correct and which answers are fiction?  [more]

Artifact Artifiction 02

Artifact Artifiction 02

Test your knowledge in Artifact or Artifiction! Which answer is correct and which answers are fiction?  [more]

Moving the Walker Horse Carriage

Moving the Walker Horse Carriage

This is a short video showing the Walker Horse Carriage on the move to the Pemberton Museum...  [more]

Mayor Shirley Henry 2009 - Pemberton Town Development 1970s

Mayor Shirley Henry 2009 - Pemberton Town Development 1970s

Welcome to Flyback Fridays - a glimpse into Pemberton’s past! This week we feature Mayor Shirley Henry who talks about Pemberton's development from 1970 -1980 in this short version of her presentation about Pemberton town development from 1956-2006.  [more]

October Newsletter

October Newsletter

Here is the most recent newsletter for your reading enjoyment. Perfect for digesting after Thanksgiving dinner.  [more]

Flyback Fridays - George Vanderwolf The Lillooet Cattle Drive 1877 - short version

Flyback Fridays - George Vanderwolf The Lillooet Cattle Drive 1877 - short version

Welcome to Flyback Fridays - a glimpse into Pemberton’s past! This week we feature George Vanderwolf who told us the Legend of the 1876-1877 Lillooet Cattle Drive at Tea & Tales in 2018. George Vanderwolf has lived in Lillooet for 64 years and has worked as a prospector, game guide, trapper, rancher, and in road construction. Robert Carson's cattle drive of 1977 led to improvements in trail construction and maintenance through the Pemberton area. Remnants of the old trail can still be found in the Sea to Sky corridor.  [more]

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