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Central British Columbia Map
2000. · Item · 1929
Part of Audrey Smedley L'Heureux fonds

Map depicts central British Columbia including Prince George, Queen Charlotte Island, Prince of Wales Island, Prince Rupert, and describes what these areas are known for.

Timber Sale X9696
2007. · Item · 5 Oct. 1932
Part of Aleza Lake Research Forest fonds

Map of Timber Sale X9696 shows the area for the TSX with spruce balsam timber. Location is 4 miles from the Myra Station of the Kettle Valley Railway.

2001.1.086 · Item · 2 Sept. 1943
Part of NBCA Document and Ephemera Collection

Pennock, W.B. RIVER CROSSING EXERCISE. Prince George, B.C. 2 SEP 43. Presented to Major-General H.N. Ganong G.O.C. 8 CDN. DIV. by Lt-Col. W.B. Pennock C.R.C.E. 8 CDN. DIV. 1943. Oblong 4to. 24pp of text, color maps, one showing the proposed crossing of Nechako River. 20 b/w snapshot photos, mounted with corners, each with captions + Appendix A, B and C of facts and figures. A large folding contemporary map of Vernon is laid in, with one of the training zones (?) highlighted on the map in a red square box. Fabricoid spine and corners.

The original typescript for a (presumably confidential and secret) document listing the preparations for defensive manoeuvres in the event of war with Japan taking place in Northern British Columbia. This document describes a simulation of what events and defences could take place, including how to conduct river crossings; when in the war game, the author imagines what would happen should the Japanese invade Prince Rupert as a starting point for the invasion of Canada.

An important document providing insight into the thinking of the Canadian military while preparing for the possibility of Japan extending its war into the North Pacific Theatre during World War II.

2008.2.1.037 · Item · [after 1901]
Part of Northern BC Cartographic Collection

Original linen map depicts mining claims in the Cassiar District of British Columbia that were located in 1900-1901: L. 115 Princess Louise, L. 310 North Star, L. 311 Bonanza, L. 309 Emerald, and L. 312 Emma.