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Wuikinuxv (?) Totem Pole, Rivers Inlet, B.C

Photograph depicts a totem pole along a shoreline with canoes overturned at its base. A forested area is visible in the background. Pole is likely on the territory of the Wuikinuxv Nation, also known as the Oweekeno Nation whose traditional territory includes the shores of Rivers Inlet and Owikeno Lake. Annotation on recto of photograph states: "Indian Totem Pole, Rivers Inlet, B.C"


Photograph depicts four Indigenous totem carvings at Kitwanga with two wooden houses in the background.

Totem Pole

Photograph depicts a totem pole and a tall wooden plant holder in front of a body of water.

A man in uniform and a woman pose for a photo beside totem poles

Photograph depicts a man in uniform and a woman posing for a photo on a road situated between a fenced area featuring totem poles. Along the water’s edge in the background there is a float plane, wharf and the Camosun vessel. Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “Alert Bay B.C. Union Steamships Ltd.”; “Alert Bay BC”; photographer’s stamp on verso states: “W.E. Nicholson, 268 E. 10th, Vancouver 10, B.C.”

Memorial Pole for Tlaqwa Latle

Photograph depicts a memorial totem pole in front of a fence line and a forested environment. Inscription on memorial pole states: “In loving memory of Tlaqwa Latle of the Qidwasudinuk Tribe, Died Nov. 9 - ” Photographer’s stamp on verso: “W.E. Nicholson, 268 E. 10th, Vancouver 10, B.C.”

Totem pole standing amongst the trees

Photograph depicts a totem pole standing amidst a forested environment. Handwritten annotations on verso read: “Raven, ?, Sea Lions, Grizzly Bear, Dzondgwa”; “Kwakiutl Pole, Alert Bay & Fort Rupert” photographer’s stamp on verso: “W.E. Nicholson, 268 E. 10th, Vancouver 10, B.C.”

Namu group around flag pole

Photograph depicts a crowd gathered near the shore of a body of water around a flag pole, with a band to the left. Annotation on verso of photograph states: "Myself accepting the flag pole etc., - Namu crowd in fore-ground - School children around the pole, + Band to the left."

Barry McKinnon fonds

  • 2000.6
  • Fondo
  • 1958-2003

Fonds consists of a large and extended correspondence, manuscript materials (both his own and others), publications, proofs, financial records, transcriptions, audio tapes, lectures and preparation work for teaching. A large quantity of influential (and obscure) periodicals published in the west is also included. Includes material related to Barry McKinnon and The Caledonia Writing Series and Gorse Press. The audio collection consists of cassette and reel to reel tapes of poetry readings and interviews in Prince George and other locations within Canada, including Edmonton, Montreal, and Vancouver. Readings from the 1980 Writing Conference Words/Loves at the College of New Caledonia (CNC) are also included along with many Poetry Readings at CNC during the 1970s to the 1990s. Poets and writers in the audio collection include Barry McKinnon, Ken Belford, Earle Birney, Bill Bissett, George Bowering, Robert Creeley, Brian Fawcett, Gerry Gilbert, Arti Gold, Elizabeth Hay, Roy Kiyooka, Robert Kroetsch, Evelyn Lau, Irving Layton, Dorothy Livesay, Daphne Marlatt, Susan Musgrave, bp Nichol, Michael Ondaatje, Stan Persky, David Phillips, Al Purdy, George Stanley, Sharon Thesen, Fred Wah, and Tom Wayman.

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Stage 2 - Putting it together: Stoney Creek Woman

File consists of Misc. typewritten notes under the following titles: the name "Nulki Lake," indian medicine, alcohol on reserve, housing on reserve, T.B. on reserve, indian agent, the Watchmen, the Church, alcohol, and families on Stoney Creek; typewritten notes under the following titles: early life, ancestors, Mary's childhood (racism), Mary's childhood (menstruation), Mary's childhood (the 1918 Flu), Mary's childhood (on the trapline), Mary's childhood (the trapline), Mary's childhood (her first coat), Mary's childhood (Christmas), and Mary's childhood (camping out and going to a Potlach); typewritten notes under the following titles: Mary's school days, childbirth, school life of Mary's kids, Mary's marriage, Lazarre's mother, marriage - housing, marriage - children, marriage - shopping in town, marriage - finances, marriage - work, work - depression, Indian Agent, marriage - hard work, camping, Lazarre's cabin at Wedgewood, doing hides, social life, whites, survival, Lazarre's family, Indian Agent and department of Indian Affairs, politics on reserve, citizen of the year, Catholic school, hides, potlach, siblings, net fishing, and changes; Lejac School: Thesis "And Then We Prayed" (pages 1 - 9) and questions for Mary.

"Kemano / Justa"

File consists of newspaper clippings:

  • "Surrender" (The Georgia Straight, July 19-26)
  • "The Kemano deal: scientists, salmon sacrificed" (The Watershed, Nov. 1993)
  • "Carrier-Sekani people speak for the fish" (The Watershed, Nov. 1993)
  • "Alcan bid rejected by Court"(Canadian Press, Sept. 26, 1994)
  • "Kemano hearings concluded" (The Democrat, Autumn, 1994)
  • "What's up with Kemano II" (The Democrat, Spring, 1994)
  • "How Kemano deal came to happen" (The Prince George Citizen, Aug. 13, 1994)
  • "Memos reveal Kemano project conflicts ; editorial comments" (The Prince George Citizen, Oct. 14, 1994)
  • "Kemano battle shifts to Ottawa" (The Prince George Citizen, Dec. 9, 1992)
  • "Scientists condemn Kemano deal" (The Prince George Citizen, May 27, 1994)
  • "North must stick together to protect river" (The Prince George Citizen, Feb. 6, 1993)
  • "Controversy clouds start of hearings" (The Prince George Citizen, Nove. 9, 1993)
  • "Alcan explains contract" (The Prince George Citizen, July 15, 1994)
  • "Fisheries chief stays out of Kemano controversy" (The Prince George Citizen, April 7, 1994)
  • "Kemano hearings reconvene in city" (The Prince George Citizen, July 19, 1994)
  • "Exemption on Kemano ruled illegal" (The Vancouver Sun, May 25, 1993)
  • "Kemano opponents get federal cash" ((The Prince George Citizen, March 31, 1994)
  • "Ottawa joins Kemano project inquiry" ((The Prince George Citizen)
  • "Your Opinion" ((The Prince George Citizen, Oct. 28, 1993)
  • "Kemano hearings almost at an end" (The Prince George Citizen, July 23, 1994)
  • "Siddon proud of Kemano deal" (The Prince George Citizen, July 22, 1994)
  • "Former fisheries minister testifies" (The Prince George Citizen, July 21, 1994)
  • "Social, economic costs of Kemano described here" (The Prince George Citizen, July 20, 1994)
  • "Siddon anticipated" (The Prince George Citizen, July 16, 1994)
  • Editorial comment on the Kemano project by Carolyn Linden (The Prince George Citizen, July 16, 1994)
  • "Pulp mill's effects debated" (The Prince George Citizen, July 13, 1994)
  • "Farming issues raised at Kemano hearing" and "Float plane operators worried about project" (The Prince George Citizen, July 12, 1994)
  • "Vanderhoof wary about Alcan plan" (The Prince George Citizen, July 11, 1994)
  • "Natives seek..." (The Prince George Citizen, June 4, 1994)
  • "Where will the power from Kemano..." (The Prince George Citizen, June 11, 1994)
  • "Scientists testify at inquiry" (The Prince George Citizen)
  • "Threat to Tweedsmuir Park predicted"
  • "Protesters disrupt inquiry" (The Prince George Citizen, June 24, 1994)
  • "Power struggle" (The Weekend Sun, April 23, 1994)
  • "Council rates Nechako 'most endangered river'" and "Alcan finds no evidence of PCB contamination" (Lakes District News, May 18, 1994)
  • "Siddon wanted at hearings" (The Prince George Citizen, May 20, 1994)
  • "Weed growth fears expressed" (The Prince George Citizen, July 8, 1994)
  • "Chemical threat to river feared" (The Prince George Citizen, April 14, 1994)
  • Newspaper advertisement: "Five things you should know about Kemano Completion" (The Weekend Sun, April 23, 1994)
  • "Retired scientist says he was told to support gov't" (The Prince George Citizen, May 12, 1994)
  • "Kemano opponents rifle paper" (The Prince George Citizen)
  • "Court rejects Kemano challenge" (The Prince George Citizen, Feb. 4, 1993)
  • "Kemano probe called 'a sham'" (The Prince George Citizen, April 14, 1994)
  • "Special Kemano 'deals' denied" (The Prince George Citizen, July 15, 1994)
  • "Nechako warning 'ignored' in '86" (The Prince George Citizen, May 4, 1994)
  • "Scientists say deal bad" (The Prince George Citizen, May 7, 1994)
  • "Kemano in jeopardy, gov't hints" (The Prince George Citizen)
  • "Kemano inquiry promise sought" (The Prince George Citizen, July 14, 1994)
  • "Kemano fight pledged" (The Prince George Citizen)
  • "Kemano report 'shocks' natives" (The Prince George Citizen)
  • "Single moms worst off"
  • "Kemano won't be shut down" (The Prince George Citizen, Jan. 20, 1993)
  • "Your Opinion" (The Prince George Citizen, Nov. 25, 1992)
  • "Kemano queries keep group busy" (The Prince George Citizen, March 25, 1993)
  • "Kemano project battle promised" (The Prince George Citizen, Feb. 5, 1993)
  • "Indians get flooding settlement" (The Prince George Citizen, March 17, 1993)
  • "A move to damn cabinet action in dam controversy" (Vancouver Sun, Jun 24, 1993)
  • "Your Opinion" (The Prince George Citizen, April 7, 1993)
  • "Fort Fraser folk just let it all hang out" (The Prince George Citizen, April 10, 1993)
  • "Kemano answers demanded" (The Prince George Citizen, April 5, 1993)
  • "Nechako 'worth more than a few lousy jobs'" (The Prince George Citizen)
  • "Indians gather to reclaim heritage" (The Prince George Citizen, July 7, 1993)
  • "Kemano hearings hit the road" (The Prince George Citizen, July 25, 1994)
  • "Stand rapped" (The Prince George Citizen, Jan. 26, 1992)
  • "Kemano-gov't conflict claimed" (The Prince George Citizen, April 11, 1994)
  • "Natives could join inquiry" (The Prince George Citizen, Jan. 24, 1994)
  • "Gov't kills Kemano project" (The Prince George Citizen, Jan. 23, 1995)
  • "The Kemano decision" (The Prince George Citizen, Jan. 24, 1995)
  • "Alcan breaks silence: Kemano decision criticized" and "Long, tiring battle over for Monk" (Prince George This Week, Jan. 29, 1995)

File also includes:

  • River Views: Newsletter of the Allied Rivers Commission, vol.1, issue 2 (May. 1992) including Allied Rivers Commission "Policies and Objectives" (July 10, 1991) and "Nechako River winter flow comparison"
  • River Views: Newsletter of the Allied Rivers Commission, vol.3, issue 1 (Nov. 1993)
  • Blueprint: "Tanizul Timber Ltd. T.F.L 42, updated to 93 / 07
  • Brian Gardiner, M.P. Campaign '93 Newsletter
  • Gardiner Report - Update by Brian Gardiner, MP re: Fed must act on Kemano.
  • Handwritten note by Bridget Moran re: Kemano project.
  • Newsletter for the Nechacko Environmental Coalition, Edition 1:14 (Mar/April 1993)
  • River Views: Newsletter of the Allied Rivers Commission, vol.2, issue 2 (March 1993)
  • Information sheet re: public review of Kemano completion project.

Art Gallery: Violence Against Women

File consists of:

  • Letter from Annette Schroeter, Exhibition Technician, Prince George Art Gallery to Bridget Moran re: Bridget's involvement with the exhibition entitled: "Creating, Preventing & Transforming: Art on the Prevention of Violence Towards Women" (March 17, 1998)
  • Copy of "Prevention of Violence Towards Women" exhibition agreement between Bridget Moran and the Prince George Art Gallery (Sept. 17, 1997)
  • Artist's biographies for the "Prevention of Violence Towards Women" exhibition
  • Prince George Art Gallery Programming Schedule, Sept.-Oct. 1997
  • Four copies of the publication created for the exhibition "Prevention of Violence Towards Women" in which is found an article "A Thousand Words" written by Bridget Moran. (1997)
  • "A Cold Coming We Had of It: a collection of art and writing" produced by the Prince George Art Gallery and contributed to by Bridget Moran as literary juror to this project.

Adulation (1) B

File consists of:

  • Letter from Jon Swainger, UNBC, Peace River / Liard Regional Office, to Bridget Moran re: visit and itinerary for trip to satellite campus (Jan.2, 1997)
  • Letter from Rosalie Goldstein to Bridget Moran re: feedback from class visit (June 1, 1996)
  • Package containing thank you cards from classes at Mackenzie Secondary School to Bridget Moran
  • Card from Katharine Mansfield to Bridget Moran re: personal update (1998)
  • Letter from Jackie to Bridget Moran
  • Letter from student Elaine Hauck to Bridget Moran re: participation in CNC Convocation Ceremony (June 14, 1998)
  • Letter of thanks from School District No.91 to Bridget Moran re: facilitation of workshop Stoney Creek Woman (June 24, 1998)
  • Thank you card to Bridget Moran from New Caltec team, Simon Fraser University, Faculty of Education re: Moran's participation in conference "Diversity Honouring Differences" (1998)
  • Thank you card from grade nine classes at Kelly Road Secondary School to Bridget Moran re: Stoney Creek Woman.
  • Thank you card from Corey, with the Federation of B.C. Writers to Bridget Moran re: her comments (1998)
  • Fax from Jacqui Ferry, Co-chair, Children, Families, Communities '98 Conference to Bridget Moran re: her attendance at conference opening ceremonies (May 14, 1998)
  • Letter from Andrea Sanborn, U'mista Cultural Society to Bridget Moran re: thank you for gift (Oct. 22, 1998)
  • Postcard from Roseanne Moran to Bridget Moran re: trip to Greece (Sept.11, 1998)
  • Thank you card from Marie Alexander to Bridget Moran, CNC Board member re: her attendance at a farewell tea
  • Letter from Violence Against Women in Relationships Committee to Bridget Moran re: thank you for speaking at memorial (Dec.10, 1998)
  • Letter from Myra Rutherdale, Women's Studies at Simon Fraser University to Bridget Moran re: personal update (Dec.9, 1998)
  • Card from Lorna Crozier to Bridget Moran re: appreciation for Moran's poetry (Sept.22, 1998)
  • Card from Bev Dow, Adult Education Instructor, CNC, Fort Babine, to Bridget Moran re: request for Bridget to meet students (May 10, 1995)
  • Card from Barb Dean, Prince George Public Library to Bridget Moran re: thank you for participation in "Roots and Wings '95 Conference" (Oct.26, 1995)
  • Letter from Brian John Busby, of the Federation of British Columbia Writers to Bridget Moran re: her participation in BC High School Reading Pilot Project (Oct.16, 1995)
  • Letter from Corey Van't Haaff welcoming Bridget Moran to the Federation of British Columbia Writers (Oct.6, 1995)
  • Note and card of gratitude from a students to Bridget Moran; summary form of talk given by Bridget Moran to Kelly Road Secondary School students (Nov. 1995)
  • Photocopy of letter to Tillaccum Library from Margaret Bradshaw (?) re: appreciation for book Stoney Creek Woman (Oct.7, 1990)
  • Package sent to Bridget Moran from Dianne de Champlain re: student response to visit by Bridget Moran March 25, 1996; includes notes of appreciation and three student papers.
  • Letter from Nan Dickie to Bridget Moran re: appreciation of workshop and of meeting (Jan.8, 1998)
  • Newspaper articles: Photograph of Mary John with honourary UNBC doctorate, and Dr. Antonia Mills (May 30, 1996); "Time to pay tribute to the Earth" (The Free Press, April 21, 1996).


Collection consists of 30 audio cassettes containing 46 interviews conducted primarily by radio & TV broadcaster Bob Harkins with local personalities. Most recordings were conducted at CJCI Studios, Prince George. The station was launched in 1970 by Central Interior Radio, broadcasting on 620 AM. In 1983, Central Interior also launched CIBC-FM in the city. Central Interior Radio was acquired by the Vista Broadcast Group in 2005.

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"The Doctor's Apprentice" novel

Includes 1 b&w photograph from the BC Archives featuring a gold rush town (Barkerville?) ca. 1860, copies of 2 alternate novel covers, promotional bookmarks, related correspondence, fan mail, handwritten author's notes, book reviews, background research material, draft manuscript, bestseller’s listings, press clippings and The Doctor’s Apprentice Teacher’s Guide.

Literary Career

Series consists of records relating to Ann Walsh's activities in relation to her literary career. Walsh led and participated in writing-related events such as writer's talks, workshops, readings, and tours. Records include correspondence, handouts, speaking notes, and photographs in relation to these events. Also includes grant applications, correspondence with other writers, and correspondence with readers.

Publishers and Publicity

Series consists of records relating to the publication and publicity of the literary works of Ann Walsh in general (non-specific to a particular work). Publication records include contracts, negotiation correspondence, and rejections from publishers. Publicity material includes article features about Ann Walsh, publisher catalogues, publicity posters, promotional material, bookmarks, book reviews, event programmes, news clippings, and publicity photographs. Also includes audio recordings and video recordings of Ann Walsh.

Publications and Manuscripts: Monographs

Series consists of unpublished manuscripts and drafts of Ann Walsh's monograph literary works, including juvenile novels, anthologies, screenplays, and non-fiction books. Includes accompanying correspondence from publishers, editors, other writers, and readers. Also includes publication contracts, grant applications, teaching guides, research material, and notes.

Publications and Manuscripts: Short Works

Series consists of unpublished manuscripts and publications of Ann Walsh's short literary works, including short stories, poetry, essays, articles, writing exercises, and short dramatic works. Includes correspondence with publishers and publication contracts. Also includes full issues of various periodicals in which Ann Walsh's writing was published.

Ann Walsh fonds

  • 2019.12
  • Fondo
  • 1959-2018

This fonds illustrates the writing career of Canadian author Ann Walsh. Types of records included in this fonds include: published and unpublished short stories, manuscripts, correspondence, grant applications, photographs, audio and video recordings, contracts, book reviews, plotting notes, speaking notes, promotional materials and workshop materials.

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File consists of photographs relating to Ann Walsh's literary career, as well as her Banff Centre membership card.

BC Government literacy correspondence

File consists of Ann Walsh's correspondence with the BC Ministry of Education regarding Arts Starts, the provincial literacy plan, and BC writers.

Readings and tours

Includes conference agendas, related correspondence, workshop proposals, expense claims, reading tour schedules, and event notices.


Includes correspondence and an event report pertaining to Ms. Walsh's trip to Sweden as a representative Canadian author (along with Robertson Davies and Sylvia Fraser) at the Bok and Bibliotek Book Fair in Goteborg, Sweden, Sept. 6-10, 1989.

Book Week

Includes reports written by Ann Walsh for the Canadian Children's Book Centre on Book Week activities, itineraries, related correspondence.

Salmon Arm workshop for adults

Includes workshop speaking notes, Shushwap Lake Writers' Festival programme, and a list of writing tips from B.C. Children's writers.

Workshop handouts

Includes workshop handouts as well as workshop speaking notes.

Talks and workshops

Includes workshop notes, various speaking notes including University College of the Cariboo Convocation Address (May 1994), a few workshop handouts.

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