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Mt. Currie Group

Mt. Currie Group

Description:

Chief Paul Dick had just finished his speech, at Mt. Currie ball field - Easter Sunday.

Date of Creation:

1958

Accession #:

p35.11

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Public Works Building

Public Works Building

Description:

Public Works, established 1968.

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Accession #:

p1.29

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Lokken Farm

Lokken Farm

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p122.9

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Filing shed

Filing shed

Description:

Filing shed

Date of Creation:

1930

Accession #:

p289.18

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Tim Fire

Tim Fire

Description:

The Tim fire, summer 1990, burned 1,500 ha. and consumed many established plantations along the Lillooet River forest road.

Date of Creation:

1990

Accession #:

p264.14

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Lillooet River Bridge

Lillooet River Bridge

Description:

Logging truck crashed through the Lillooet River Bridge.

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p225.1

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Lillooet River Bridge

Lillooet River Bridge

Description:

Logging truck crashed through the Lillooet River Bridge.

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p225.2

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W.C. Green House

W.C. Green House

Description:

The building was finished in the summer of 1920 and was located on Meadows Rd., across from Green Road. It is no longer in existence.This painting was done by Pat Wilson, a Pemberton farmer who went overseas with the Canadian forces during WWII and was killed in action.

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Accession #:

p205.1

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St. Mark's Church

St. Mark's Church

Description:

St. Mark's church at Port Douglas was floated on six Indian canoes to Chilliwack in 1873 and was reconstructed as St. Thomas Anglican Church. It was demolished in 1879 when a larger church was built.

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p150.1

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Cable Ferry

Cable Ferry

Description:

Probably Fowler's, crossing the Lillooet River. Used by parties climbing to Tenquille Lake. Ferry washed away in the flood.

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Accession #:

p8.30

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