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Fort Victoria (B.C.)



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Christ Church Cathedral records

Copies of registers of baptisms, marriages and deaths kept at Fort Vancouver, Fort Victoria, Fort Langley, and the Parish of Victoria. The original dates of the records are 1836 to 1886 while the photocopies and transcripts were probably made aro...

Christ Church Cathedral (Victoria, B.C.)

Edward Cridge papers

Edward Cridge, the son of John and Grace Cridge was born in Devonshire on 17 December 1817. He attended grammar school in Devonshire and by the age of 19 he was the third master at a grammar school in Northamptonshire. In 1848, he received his B...

Cridge, Edward, 1817-1913

Fort Victoria fonds

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  • 1844-1860, 1877-1895

The fonds consists of correspondence, account books, letterbooks, and fur tariffs of Fort Victoria and the Victoria Land Office of the Hudson's Bay Company. Fonds include a register of land purchased from Indians near Fort Victoria and a rec...

Hudson's Bay Company. Fort Victoria

Frederick Clark interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1964-03-18 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Clark recounts his father's [Robert Clark] arrival in BC in the 1860s with the Hudson's Bay Company at Fort Victoria. Mr. Clark was left an orphan at the age of three; as a...

Saturday evening : The fort and the city

SUMMARY: "Saturday Evening" was a series of 1.5-hour programs that were broadcast from 8:30 to 10:00 PM. Usually in two parts, the programs featured plays, classical music concerts, documentaries, and talks. The series ran from October 1...

Sir James Douglas records

Journal of a journey from Fort Vancouver to York Factory,1835 (original and typed transcript), notebooks and clipping books, expense book (1869), synopsis of Columbia affairs (1843-1848), messages of the governor on the opening and prorogation of ...

Douglas, James, Sir, 1803-1877