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Tatting

Tatting

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Made in England about 100 years ago. Long white tatted cord. Tatting is like crocheting but finer.

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012.13.01a

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Tatted Pouch

Tatted Pouch

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Made in England about 100 years ago. White tatted pouch with lining of white cloth. Tatting is like crocheting but finer.

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012.13.01b

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Tatted Baby hat

Tatted Baby hat

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Made in England about 100 years ago. White tatted baby's hat. Tatting is like crocheting but finer.

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012.13.01e

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Tatted Collar

Tatted Collar

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Made in England about 100 years ago. White tatted item. Possibly a collar for a dress. Tatting is like crocheting but finer.

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012.13.01f

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Tatted Pouch

Tatted Pouch

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Made in England about 100 years ago. Off-white tatted pouch, possibly a piece of a dress. Half circle shape. Tatting is like crocheting but finer. Half circle shaped with scalloped edge and small rosettes as part of the design.

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012.13.01g

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Tatting

Tatting

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Made in England about 100 years ago. Rectangular tatted item (possibly a cuff). Tatting is like crocheting but finer.

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012.13.01c

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Tatting

Tatting

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Made in England about 100 years ago. White tatted item. Possibly a collar for a child's dress. Tatting is like crocheting but finer.

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012.13.01d

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Plaque

Plaque

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This is a plaque shaped rectangular, brown and possibly made of brass. This plaque has four holes, one in each corner and was hung under a picture of 29 Mile House. Inscription- " 29 Mile House on Harrison - Lillooet route as it appeared in 1863. Oil painting". Donated by Mr. Jack Smith, Pemberton. History: The plaque identified the painting by "Trapper Jack" Smith which was destroyed in the October 1984 flood at Pemberton Secondary School.

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Accession #:

987.02.01

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A Handbook of Woodcutting

A Handbook of Woodcutting

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"A Handbook of Woodcutting" from the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. 1946. handbook has a green, paper cover, and is 44 pages long. Written by P. Harris.Plain. Front cover has no design or illustration. Published by His Majesty's Stationart Office-- stated on back cover. Staples are used to bind the book. Printed by the Authority of the Legislative Assembly, by William H. Cullen, in Victoria BC.

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014.06.02

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Car Wheel, Steel Spokes

Car Wheel, Steel Spokes

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This is an old wheel with steel spokes, center and rim. The rim is concave suggesting a place for an inner tube or tire. It is the wheel of a car. The diameter of the wheel is 51 cm. This wheel is in good condition however it is rusted.

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Accession #:

986.09.07

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Boot Jack

Boot Jack

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This shoe jack was used for removing tight fitting boots. It is an unpainted wooden stand with non-slip rubbery material. Leather guard in the "U" part of the jack and a leather thong for hanging. Condition is good.

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991.01.01

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Leg Hold Traps

Leg Hold Traps

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Made completely of metal and consisting of two springs and a trigger, with chain to attach to a tree. Inscription: "Oneida Jump - Victor, Reg US. Pat (Office?) made in USA". Mr. Fougberg used the size 0 traps on a trap line up the Lillooet River. [there are 20 traps - 2013 - see Note].

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Accession #:

984.12.05

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Oil Lamp

Oil Lamp

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This is an oil lamp; shaped in a sphere and mounted on a conical stand. Cream coloured with a few rust spots, and made of metal. There is a passage where the wick would come out and an adjustment knob; however it is bent.

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Accession #:

986.33.02

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Priest's Buggy

Priest's Buggy

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1) A high light-weight horse drawn wagon with one seat, really a democrat. The wagon was once used by the Oblate Priest who travelled between Port Douglas and 29 Mile House. Shafts are missing, sections of plank make the red painted box frame. Six boards nailed to boards below them make the floor within the frame. The seat is a piece of plank with strips of lighter board on the back and on both ends. Secured by two metal straps screwed to the seat area is an elevated back rest. The wheels have metal tires and wooden spokes ; back wheels are larger than the front set. Tied to the wooden back axle and at right angles to it are two sets of metal leaf springs. The front spring is parallel to the front axle. A reach connects the two axles Condition: In general, all metal is rusted. The wheels are disintegrating. 2) [October 2013] - this wagon was rebuilt in 2011 including the box and the wheels. The wheels were constructed by a wheelwright from Armstrong BC. The local Catholic church provided private funding for the new wheels. All that remains of the original artifact is the undercarriage and suspension and axels. The box was rebuilt by George Henry. The wagon was re-painted by museum staff.

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Accession #:

984.23.01a

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Shovel Blade

Shovel Blade

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The rusted and pitted shovel was originally round, but now the worn cutting edge is irregular. The Fougbergs found it at Skookumchuck Hotsprings in August 1964. Probably Goodwin Purcell built the Hotsprings House. Certainly buildings existed there and for who knows how long people lived there.

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984.05.04

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