Growing collection of strike ephemera from students, CUPE staff, and faculty members at UNBC. Collection includes picketing signs, strike buttons, photographs, art, and videos from pickets and UNBC Faculty Association events during the 2015 and 2019 strikes, as well as posters and other ephemera from the UNBC Occupiers group.
Fonds consists of the research and professorial records of Dr. Joselito Arocena, a founding faculty member of UNBC. Arocena was an internationally-recognized soil scientist and UNBC’s first Canada Research Chair. His records demonstrate his accomplishments as an academic and researcher, as well as his many and varied interdisciplinary research endeavours. Also included are selections from Arocena’s extensive photographic slide collection which illustrate his teaching, research projects, and personal interests.
Series consists of records created and collected after Dr. Joselito Arocena's death on December 20, 2015. Includes information about Arocena's work in China, photographs and video of the unveiling of the Lito Lab, and video recordings and presentation materials from a memorial lecture for Dr. Joselito Arocena by Mike Rutherford, Hugues Massicotte, and Paul Sanborn.
File consists of notes, clippings, and reproductions relating to the Central Fort George Elementary School. Also includes photographs depicting the Central Fort George School prior to its demolition (2004).
Subseries consists of material collected and created by Kent Sedgwick for research regarding schools in Prince George and area, as well as materials relating to Kent Sedgwick's involvement with the Prince George Retired Teacher's Association. Files primarily consist of notes regarding the location and history of various schools in and surrounding Prince George and photographs depicting historic school buildings. The research on schools aided the development of a history of schools for the Prince George Retired Teachers' Association.
File consists of notes, clippings, and reproductions relating to Duchess Park Secondary School. Prince George Junior High changed its name in 1958 to Duchess Park Junior High School when Connaught Junior High School opened. The school was named after the existing city park where it was located. The first building used as Duchess Park Junior High School was the old Prince George High School located at 9th and Winnipeg. This was across the school grounds from the new Prince George Senior Secondary School, which was built on Ross Crescent in 1956.
File consists of notes and reproductions relating to a presentation on the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway conducted by Kent Sedgwick. Includes a CD titled "GTP Talk" containing a recording of Kent Sedgwick's presentation on the Grand Trunk Pacific (Oct. 2010).
File consists of typed documents titled "The Prince George Writings of Kent Sedgwick" by Kent Sedgwick, and includes "The Land of Sunshine, Warm Days, and Cool Nights: Early Agricultural Settlement in the Prince George Area,"; "Prince George as a Central Place"; "A New Historical Framework for New Caledonia,"; "The Salmon River Portage," "Dr. George in the Central Interior,"; "Chala-oo-chick Revisited,"; "Connaught Hill Park,"; "A Brief History of Cottonwood Island,"; and "Some comments on the Cottonwood Island Park Designation of the Official Community Plan".
Item consists of the panel on "Applying Traditional Knowledge to Future Initiatives: First Nations Historical and Future Relationships with the Forests" at the the "Exploring Our Roots: Forest History in Our Communities Annual Conference of the Forest History Association of BC" at UNBC in Prince George, September 19, 2009.
Item consists of second part of the panel on "Looking to the Past to Inform the Future? Forest History within a Contemporary Context" at the the "Exploring Our Roots: Forest History in Our Communities Annual Conference of the Forest History Association of BC" at UNBC in Prince George, September 19, 2009.
Item consists of recording of panels "Forest History in our Communities: Robson Valley and Prince George" and "Exploring our Roots: Forest History Research Methodology" (part 1) at the the "Exploring Our Roots: Forest History in Our Communities Annual Conference of the Forest History Association of BC" at UNBC in Prince George, September 19, 2009.
Item consists of a recording of the panel "From Exploration to Development: Bringing Forest History Forward" (part 2) at the the "Exploring Our Roots: Forest History in Our Communities Annual Conference of the Forest History Association of BC" at UNBC in Prince George, September 19, 2009.
File consists of notes, clippings, and reproductions relating to the Prince George Retired Teachers Association. Includes: "Kent Sedgwick's Information on Rural Schools" typed document by Kent Sedgwick (Feb. 2009); and "Help Save the History of Our Schools" pamphlet prepared by the Prince George Retired Teachers' Education Heritage Committee (Apr. 2004).
File consists of a clipped article and a reproduction relating to a field trip to Lethbridge, Alberta. Includes "Lethbridge field trip" typescript document prepared by Kent Sedgwick for the field trip (1982).
File consists of notes, clippings, and reproductions relating to Kent Sedgwick's book "Giscome Chronicle: The Rise and Demise of a Sawmill Community in Central British Columbia, 1912-1976". Includes various printed email correspondences regarding copies of "Giscome Chronicle"; and "New book explores Giscome's history" clipped article from the Prince George Citizen newspaper (18 Dec. 2008).