2 edition of Gold in the Cariboo. found in the catalog.
Gold in the Cariboo.
by Clarke Irwin [in association with Jackdaw Publications, London in [Toronto]
Written in English
|Series||Jackdaw no. C18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 pieces (in portfolio)|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||71119423|
Cariboo gold rush., (pbk.): Toronto Public Library. Gold mines and mining--British Columbia--Cariboo (Regional district) Gold in the Cariboo Ludditt, Fred W., , Book, 40 pages: 1 copy Regular Print Book: Physical description: 40 pages: illustrations, map. Date acquired: Not available.
The Cariboo Gold Rush had profound effects on British Columbia. First of all, it attracted thousands of prospectors to what had once been a remote backwater. Cariboo Runaway and teacher’s guide, by Sandy Frances Duncan”. This page was last edited on 9 Septemberat Other important towns of the Cariboo gold rush era were Keithley CreekQuesnel Forks or simply “the Forks”, Antler, RichfieldQuesnellemouthe which would later be shortened to QuesnelHorsefly and, around the site of the Hudson’s Bay Company’s fort of the .
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Some of the richest claims in British Columbia lay along the Quesnel River and its creeks. And some of the grandest mining schemes were hatched there.
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Scores perished during the gruelling journey, but some made their fortune and many pressed on northwards to the creeks of the Cariboo. Originally compiled by Art Downs, founder of Heritage House, this is a vivid and detailed account of the first gold strikes, the Continued Buy Gold, Gold in Cariboo.
by C Phillips-Wolley (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible :// Another installment in the story of British Columbia's Cariboo-Chilcotin region, this book is a delightful collection of spirited tales by the area's most talented authors, plus a couple of 'outsiders.' Joining well-known Cariboo favorites Rich Hobson, Paul St.
Pierre and Eric Collier are Barry Broadfoot and his touching tribute to Cariboo legend Fred Lindsay, historian/journalist Bruce Ramsey The result of years of around-the-world research, Barkerville and the Cariboo Goldfields brings to life the men and women of the creeks who came in search of gold and left their mark on BC history.
Wright mined the archives to bring forth new information on the development of the Cariboo goldfields and nearby places of :// Find Cariboo restaurants.
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Originally compiled by Art Downs, founder of Heritage House, this is. Gold, Gold, in Cariboo. A Story of Adventure in British Columbia Language: English: LoC Class: PZ: Language and Literatures: Juvenile belles lettres: Subject: Adventure stories Subject: Friendship -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Gold mines and mining -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Household employees -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Artists -- Juvenile.
The result of years of around-the-world research, Barkerville and the Cariboo Goldfields brings to life the men and women of the creeks who came in search of gold and left their mark on BC history.
Wright mined the archives to bring forth new information on the development of the Cariboo goldfields and nearby places of interest. Thomas Elwyn, the Cariboo gold commissioner inrecords the case of a young man who actually expected to find gold lying on top of the ground.3 'Williams, at first known as "Humbug," was soon shown to be the richest Cariboo creek.
Billy Barker, an Englishman, and John A. ("Cariboo") Cameron, a Scotch Canadian, in struck paying.The Cariboo Trail is a fascinating history of the Canadian gold rush that began in When, in earlya group of ragged miners arrived in the sleepy town of Victoria from California, no one would have believed that a little over ten years later a gold rush would hit the Fraser River.
Between andthousands of miners and prospectors travelled north and east from .Margaret McNaughton was a Scottish Canadian author and historian. Her account of her husband's experiences travelling across Canada to the Cariboo gold fields was the second non-fiction book published by a woman in British Columbia.
Born Margaret Peebles in to Thomas Peebles and his wife Jane Mackenzie Murie in Balmaghie Kirkcudbrightshire.