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Doctors Apprentice
The Doctors Apprentice - Sequel to Moses, Me & Murder - 5.25"x8.25" (13.3x21 cm) soft cover 149 pages Ann Walsh sets the scene at the height of the Gold Rush amidst the blaze that levelled Barkerville in 1868. She continues the adventures of Ted MacIntosh, now fourteen, still tormented by nightmares of James Barry, a murderer he helped to convict and hang. To distract himself from these troubling dreams, Ted apprentices to an eccentric doctor named J.B. Wilkinson, and as their frindship progresses, he discovers that the doctor is battleing dreams and demons of his own. When J.B. and Ted must tend to an outcast Chinese man on his deathbed, the ghosts from both their pasts return, hurtling the story toward an unexpected and fiery climax.

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Dog Creek
Cariboo

Dog Creek - A Place in the Cariboo 9x6" (22.5x15 cm) soft cover 254 pages Today Dog Creek is little more than a junction on the backroads that lead from the Cariboo Highway to Gang Ranch. Over a hundred years ago Dog Creek was on the route of the pack trains that carried supplies to gold miners at Barkerville. Hillary Place recalls his family, his community, and the heartland of the Cariboo-Chilcotin. In this collection of autobiographical stories, Hilary depicts Dog creek as it moved from horse power to horsepower.


Fraser Canyon Story
 

Fraser Canyon Story

Paperback - 96 pages (1988)
Language: English
Big Country Books ISBN: 0888392044

 

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Frontier Days
in the Yukon
 
Frontier Days in the Yukon - 8 1/4x10 3/4" (21x27 cm) soft cover 95 pages 66 colour photographs Editor Garnet Basque enchants us with: Prelude to Bonanza, Rabbit Creek, Queen of the Klondike, Gateway to the Klondike, White Pass & Yukon Railway, Paddle Wheels on the Yukon River, Jack Dalton: Pioneer Trail Builder.

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Ghost Towns & Mining Camps Vancouver Island
 

Ghost Towns & Mining Camps of Vancouver Island

Ghost Towns & Mining Camps of Vancouver Island 8.25"x11" (21x27.5 cm) soft cover 104 pages Leechtown, Wellington, Bevan, Kildonan, Fort Rupert, Cape Scottâ the litany of Vancouver Island ghost towns stretches from the south to the northern tip of the island, and their stories chart the boom and bust of the resource economy that still characterizes the area. Well illustrated with maps and an abundance of photos, archival and modern, Ghost Towns & Mining Camps of Vancouver Island is filled with stories of the famous and not-so-famous: the Dunsmuirs appear throughout the book, but so do the Natives who lived here first and the many European and Asian settlers who were drawn by the promise of wealth and land.

Paperback - 104 pages Revised edition (1989)
Language: English
Sunfire Pubns ISBN: 0919531296


 

 

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