3 edition of The great gold fields of Cariboo found in the catalog.
The great gold fields of Cariboo
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Library Division, Provincial Archives of British Columbia. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1982.
|Statement||by William Carew Hazlitt.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 35431|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 microfiches (105 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||105|
Founded as Mile 0 on the wagon road leading to the Cariboo and Barkerville gold fields, Lillooet was a child of the Gold Rush, like so many Cariboo towns. Serving as a terminus for boat routes across Harrison and Anderson Lakes, at the start of the first Cariboo Road, the town had swelled to alm residents within twenty years of its. If you don't know anything about the Klondike gold rush, this is the book about it you should read. It covers everything, including the parts that are not so pretty. In the end, I'll always remember one of Pierre Berton's final television appearances, in which he benevolently taught the Canadians watching how to /5.
The series is presented by Cariboo Waggon Road Restoration Project. Watch as Richard Wright follows in the footsteps of adventurers from Eastern Canada who not only made it to the gold fields of the Cariboo, they helped build the Cariboo Waggon Road. Narrated by Amy Newman. Agnes C. Laut was born in Huron County, Ontario, in She became a reporter and editorial writer for the Manitoba Free Press in the s and later a wide-ranging travel writer. Her books include Pioneers of the Pacific Coast, The Cariboo Trail, Lords of the North, Heralds of Empire, The Story of the Trapper, Pathfinders of the West, Vikings of the Pacific, and The Romance of the : CreateSpace Publishing.
With the discovery of gold in the Cariboo in the mids, it was mining that started the rush to the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast. Modern-day prospectors still live the dream panning for nuggets in. Harriet Palmer's mother has just died, and if that isn't bad enough, the children's caregiver is talking about taking her brother away. Harriet decides that she must disguise herself as a boy and travel overland to the Cariboo gold fields to find her father and reunite what remains of her family/5.
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Source: William Carew Hazlitt, The Great Gold Fields of Cariboo, (London: Routledge, Warne, & Routledge, ), We conclude with a few selected extracts from the Journal of the Bishop of Columbia June, — One of the most interesting things in connexion [sic.] with gold-mining is the courage and enterprise of the miner.
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Letter donating the book to a library in Atlanta is tipped in on a rear endpaper. Folding map is tipped in on rear pastedown. Illustrations from Early Photographs.
Chapter titles include: The Great North Road. The Road is Built: The Golden Cariboo: The B. The Gold Escorts. The Cariboo Today.
Cattle Raising and Farming. The Cariboo Gold Rush was a gold rush in the Colony of British Columbia, which earlier joined the Canadian province of British first gold discovery was made at Hills Bar infollowed by more strikes in on the Horsefly River, and on Keithley Creek and Antler Creek in The actual rush did not begin untilwhen these discoveries were widely publicized.
The great gold fields of Cariboo ; with an authentic description, brought down to the latest period, of British Columbia and Vancouver Island. Author: William Carew Hazlitt.
The discovery of the Cariboo Goldfield followed peak production from California's gold fields, but the pattern of discovery was similar to California's (Rickard ).
A number of bona fide discoveries by aboriginals or others took place without creating much excitement. The Great Gold Fields of Cariboo: With an Authentic Description, Brought Down to the Latest Period, of British Columbia and Vancouver Island: ISBN (.
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.
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, Scotland, she came to British Columbia.
About this Item: Hansebooks OktTaschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Gold, Gold, in Cariboo - A Story of Adventure in British Columbia is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres.
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In this video I head up to one of my claims in the BC Cariboo region near the historic gold rush town of Barkerville.
Had a great time wild life and well getting GOLD.I'm.A “drink-miner” was a gold rush term for a miner who was indebted to a grog shop or saloon-keeper. Advice to would-be miners was given in a booklet titled “Cariboo, the Newly Discovered Gold Fields of British Columbia, Fully Described by a Returned Digger Who Has Made His Own Fortune There and Advises Others To Go and Do Likewise” published in London, England in