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Waste in Mine Valley

Photograph depicts large swath of dark waste down mountainside to right of valley. The waste dump is believed to be visible at top of swath on right of image. Bench mining visible on the North and South peak in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Oct. 25 / 65 4:25 PM."

Experimental Project Compilation - Prince George Region (Ministry of Forests)

File consists of a compilation of Experimental Projects in the Prince George Region. This compilation work was done by Stewart Taylor of the Ministry of Forests. Included are Experimental Projects regarding the Aleza Lake Research Forest that were selected from Taylor's larger project, which contained over 400 EP summaries for the Prince George Region.

Footage of Pack Train and Caribou Hunt

Footage of ducks on a lake and flying away, horses in a corral, a campsite, caribou in the high country of the mountains, probably the Rainbow Mountains, a campsite where men are packing horses and game kill and their journey home in pack train.

Possible locations of filming include Anahim Lake, Chilcotin area, Holt Homestead, Rainbow Mountains, Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, or Wells Gray Provincial Park.

Aboriginal Forest Planning Research Project Collection

  • 2011.7
  • Collection
  • 2001-2002

Collection consists of eight interviews with experts reviewing A Guidebook for Improving Aboriginal Participation in Forest Management Decision-Making, later published with the title The Aboriginal Forest Planning Process: A Guidebook for Identifying Community-Level Criteria and Indicators by Melanie Karjala, Erin Sherry, and Stephen Dewhurst in 2003. The reviewers were chosen based on their expertise and interest in Aboriginal participation in forest management decision-making. They were asked to provide their opinions on issues related to Aboriginal participation in decision-making processes in BC, as well as feedback on the Aboriginal Forest Planning Process (AFPP) Guidebook. Reviewers had the option to make their review confidential resulting in the return or destruction of the interview. Eight of the original twenty-nine interviews are archived in this collection; the remainder are no longer extant.

The Aboriginal Forest Planning Process: A Guidebook for Identifying Community-Level Criteria and Indicators can be found:

Bob Harkins interview with Elmer Nelson

Item consists of transcript and tape summary of interview with Elmer Nelson who discusses Axel Wenner- Gren's business interest in the Rocky Mountain Trench area of Northern British Columbia in the 1950s.

Bob Harkins

Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

  • 2000.1
  • Fonds
  • 3 April 1952 - 15 March 1993

Fonds consists of textual, photographic, cartographic, electronic and promotional films/video recordings related to the mining operations of Cassiar Asbestos Mining Corporation (CAMC) and creation of Cassiar townsite. CAMC records primarily consist of records related to mining operations including construction, engineering, daily mining operations, administration of CAMC, tallies of extractions, labour and union activities, corporate events and visits by dignitaries. Townsite records are primarily visual representations of townsite construction, including the creation of health, education and community services including Cassiar's private hospital, school, library, as well as townsite images. Photographs include documentation of natural and man-made landscapes within the Cassiar region of Northern BC. Other holdings include a near complete run of Cassiar's community newspaper.

Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd.

Seton Lake Fish Hatchery

Photograph depicts the Seton Lake hatchery building constructed by the British Columbia provincial government in 1903.

Additional photographs and information about this construction is provided in the Fisheries Commissioner's Report for that year:
"In October, 1902, bids were invited for the construction of a hatchery building and Superintendent's cottage on Lake Creek, the outlet of Seton Lake, near the village of Lillooet. There were six bidders. A contract was let to W. Duguid, of Lillooet, the lowest bidder, in November. The buildings were completed and accepted in March, 1903. The hatchery building is a substantial wooden structure 210 feet long by 40 feet wide. The roof is supported by the walls, thus giving a clear floor space for the 160 hatching troughs, which are each 16 feet long, 16 inches wide and 7 inches deep. Two troughs are placed end to end and extend the width of the building, and receive the water from the head flumes which run lengthwise of the building. The equipment permits of the handling of forty million eggs. The water supply is taken from Lake Creek at a point some 1,400 feet from the hatchery, and about the same distance from Seton Lake, by means of a wooden flume three feet wide and two feet deep. A comfortable cottage for the Superintendent and a boarding-house for the other employees were constructed and furnished. The station in all its equipment is modern, and is not excelled by any other on the coast..."

Hatchery operations were terminated in Seton Creek in 1915 because the salmon runs had been almost destroyed.

Seton Lake, Lillooet

Photograph depicts the steam-operated sawmill at Seton Lake and a fish weir at the mouth of the creek. The railway grade alongside the lake, constructed circa 1914-1915, is visible in the background. The Seton Lake fish hatchery, which built and used the fish weir, ceased operations in 1915, dating this photograph sometime around 1914 or 1915.

Logging, Newport, BC

Photograph depicts the unloading of logs from rail cars into the Mamquam River Blind Channel in Squamish (then Newport). The valley bottom around Squamish was logged from Mamquam River north to across the Cheakamus River before the construction of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway.

TFL 30 1996 Fisheries Inventory

Item consists of data and reports on The Fish and Fish Habitat Inventory Project on TFL 30. This project was designed to undertake a reconnaissance level stream inventory to describe watershed-wide fish distributions and habitat characteristics in all the streams within Tree Farm Licence #30.

"Northeastern Loggers' Handbook"

File contains an original copy of a United States Department of Agriculture Handbook No. 6 "Northeastern Loggers' Handbook" by Fred C. Simmons. This handbook includes detailed information about logging tools and techniques, many of which would have been used in British Columbia logging practices.

Maps

Series consists of cartographic materials including maps and blueprints of the Aleza Lake Research Forest. The maps reflect permanent sample plots and other study areas. The blueprints outline details for the development of a Ranger Station.

Harry Coates fonds

  • 2016.5
  • Fonds
  • 1957-2014

Fonds consists of records Harry Coates created or received and retained during his career as a BC Forest Service Research Technician and into his retirement as a Sustainable Forest Management activist. Fonds includes materials from his work at the Aleza Lake Research Forest.

Harry Coates

Objects series

Series consists of tools and materials Harry Coates used during his work as a BC Forest Service Research Technician at Aleza Lake Research Forest. Series also includes awards Harry Coates received during his career.

Timber Sales

Series consists of timber sale contracts, correspondence, logging inspection reports, diagrams, datasheets, prescription reports, and maps.

Permanent Sample Plots

Series contains handwritten notes, remeasurement charts, research reports, journals and cross section books, stump data, diagrams, maps, photographs, logging inspection reports, timber sale contracts, and correspondence.

Floating Logs, Eaglet Lake?

Image depicts numerous tree logs floating on a body of water. The location is uncertain, but is likely Eaglet Lake.

Northwood Pulpmill

Image depicts the Northwood Pulpmill in Prince George, B.C. taken from above the Nechako River looking east. Map coordinates 53°56'00.0"N 122°44'29.7"W

Prince George Sawmill

Image depicts Prince George Sawmill taken from across the Nechako River looking southwest. Map coordinates 53°56'00.0"N 122°44'29.7"W

Prince George Sawmill

Image depicts Prince George Sawmill taken from across the Nechako River looking southwest. Map coordinates 53°56'00.0"N 122°44'29.7"W

"Shift in Forest Policy"

File consists of News Release regarding Major Shift in Forest Policy for British Columbia (September 15, 1987).

"Royalty BN"

File consists of Briefing Notes for Hon. F.D. Wilson, Minister of Forests regarding Law Suits Over Timber Licences and Royalty (March 29, 2001).

"OP Letter (2)"

File consists of correspondence from Overton W. Price to H.R. MacMillan, October 7, 1913.

"OP Letter (1)"

File consists of correspondence from Overton W. Price to H.R. MacMillan, October 3, 1913 and includes copy of original letter and transcript.

"News Rel"

Fire consists of a News Release regarding Timber Royalties, 1995.

"MOU 1986"

File consists of Canada – U.S.A. Trade M.O.U. Correspondence, 1986.

"J.S. Stokes December 19, 1974"

File consists of Correspondence from J.S. Stokes, Deputy Minister, 1974-1976, including correspondence, memorandum, newspaper clippings, cabinet submissions.

"E. Knight June 18, 1973"

File consists of a memorandum to I.T. Cameron, Chief Forester from E. Knight, Forester re: Timber Licence Royalties, June 18,1973.

"CF June 13, 1973"

File consists of memorandum to Deputy Minister from I.T. Cameron, Chief Forester, June 13, 1973.

"C. Cooper June 28, 1973"

File consists of correspondence regarding “Temporary Tenures” from C. Cooper, Forest Counsel, June 28, 1973.

"British Columbia Forest Policy"

File consists of "Comments and policy decisions by the Forest Policy Advisory Committee on the Recommendations of the Pearse Royal Commission," May 16, 1978.

BC Forest Industry Research

Series consists of scanned historical documents pertaining to stumpage and royalty in British Columbia's forest industry, including:

  • British Columbia Forest Policy, "Comments and policy decisions by the Forest Policy Advisory Committee on the Recommendations of the Pearse Royal Commission," May 16, 1978
  • Correspondence re: “Temporary Tenures” from C. Cooper, Forest Counsel, June 28, 1973
  • Memorandum to Deputy Minister from I.T. Cameron, Chief Forester, June 13, 1973
  • Memorandum from E.L. Young, Chief Forester, September 11, 1974
  • British Columbia Forest Service, "Comparative Value Timber Pricing," September 15, 1987
  • Memorandum to I.T. Cameron, Chief Forester from E. Knight, Forester re: Timber Licence Royalties, June 18,1973
  • Correspondence from J.S. Stokes, Deputy Minister, 1974-1976; includes correspondence, memorandum, newspaper clippings, cabinet submissions
  • Correspondence from President Ronald Reagan to Senator Bob Packwood, May 8, 1986
  • Memorandum from T.M. Apsey, Deputy Minister, October 1, 1981
  • Canada – U.S.A. Trade M.O.U. Correspondence, 1986
  • BC News Release re: Timber Royalties, 1995
  • Correspondence from Overton W. Price to H.R. MacMillan, October 3, 1913; includes copy of original letter and transcript
  • Correspondence from Overton W. Price to H.R. MacMillan, October 7, 1913
  • Briefing Notes for Hon. F.D. Wilson, Minister of Forests re: Law Suits Over Timber Licences and Royalty (March 29, 2001)
  • BC News Release re: Major Shift in Forest Policy for British Columbia (September 15, 1987)
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