4 edition of Report on explorations and collections in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia found in the catalog.
|Statement||by James G. Swan.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 16230, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 16230|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (9 fr.).|
Queen Charlotte Islands Fish-Forestry Project The Queen Charlotte Islands Fish-Forestry Interaction Program was an interdisciplinary study assessing the interactions between timber harvesting operations and mass wasting, and their effects on fish habitat. OFFSHORE HYDROCARBON EXPLORATION Report and Recommendations of the West Coast Offshore Exploration Environmental Assessment Panel April Canad: Province of British Columbia. EXPLORATION Island, Queen Charlotte Islands Report West Coast Offshore Exploration Environmental Assessment Panel April
FOREWORD improved p~ices for copper and gold, the Similco, Gibraltar and AftodAjax mines have uction was British Columbia experienced a significant upswing in mining and exploration activity during Buoyed in part by completed on the Eskay Creek Ag-Au mine and it will be the fourth largest silver producer in the Size: 5MB. The Haida were the first Aboriginal group in BC to meet with Europeans. This happened in when the Santiago, a small Spanish sailing ship, arrived near one of the Queen Charlotte Islands on a voyage of exploration. A canoe carrying nine Haida paddlers came out from shore to have a look at the strangers, then more canoes came out.
The collection consists of diaries (), correspondence, business records, reports, family genealogical material and correspondence, financial records, and historical and cultural writings relating to Swan's experiences as a pioneer in Washington, authority on Pacific Northwest Indians, and Indian artifact collector on behalf of the Smithsonian Institution. Located off the northwest coast of British Columbia, the mystical archipelago of Haida Gwaii is a place of unrivalled natural beauty and is rightly found on the must-see list of many travellers. Ancient homeland of the Haida people, this collection of about islands, located kilometres from Vancouver as the crow flies, has long attracted 5/5(1).
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Report on explorations and collections in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia [electronic resource] / By James G.
(James Gilchrist) Swan and Smithsonian Institution. Abstract. Running title: Report on the Queen Charlotte t from Smithsonian Institution. Annual report, --National Union Catatlog pre I CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. Sandford Fleming, Engineer-in-Chief.
REPORT OF British Columbia book ON THE EXPLORATIONS AND MMEYS i TTP TO JANUARY,Ottawa: PEINTE.D BY MacLEAN, EOGEE & CO., "TpE^QFFICE Report of Progress on the Explorations and Surveys up to January,by Sandford Fleming.
pages and several large. Book Reviews 91 Explorations and Collections in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, which appeared in the SmithsonianG Repor. t for Dorsey, Curator of Physical Anthropology for Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History, toured the islands in 7in what has been seen, then and now, as nothing short of an expedition of plunder.
Official report of the exploration of the Queen Charlotte Islands. Official report of the exploration of the Queen Charlotte Islands. for the Government of British Columbia. Newton H. Chittenden. 0 (0 Reviews) Published: Downloads: Share This. Official report of the exploration of the Queen Charlotte Islands for the government of British Columbia [microform] Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : A DRILLING REPORT ON THE EARLY BIRD CLAIM GROUP.
- INTRODUCTION The EARLY BIRD Claims are on the west side of Mitchell Inlet, near the west coast of Moresby Island, Queen Charlotte Islands, B. about 40 kilometres southwest of Sandspit. logging road at Peel Inlet. Official Report of the Exploration of the Queen Charlotte Islands for the Government of British Columbia lesson plan template and teaching resources.
This e-book text has been shared by Project Gutenberg Report on the Harmony Gold Project and Sutherland Brown’s () Geology of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia.
The Queen Charlotte Islands and the offshore shelf areas of Dixon Entrance, Hecate Strait and Queen Charlotte Sound make up the Queen Charlotte. Niblack, A. The Coast Indians of Southern Alaska and Northern British Columbia; based on the collections in the United States National Museum and on personal observations of the writer in connection with a survey of Alaska in the seasons ofand Cited by: 2.
Newton H. Chittenden, Official Report of the Exploration of the Queen Charlotte Islands for the Government of British Columbia, Victoria: Government of British Columbia, Susan Musgrave, “Entrance of the Celebrant” in Selected Strawberries and Other Poems, Victoria: Sono Nis Press,pp.
–; BOP Consulting, World Cities Culture ReportLondon: Mayor of London,p. [Map showing route of Captain George Dixon in the Queen Charlotte along the coast of British Columbia including Queen Charlotte Islands, June August 7, ].
Contributor Names Dixon, George. Created / Published [ca. The Queen Charlotte Islands were officially renamed Haida Gwaii in December as part of an historic reconciliation agreement between the Haida Nation and the province of British Columbia.
Haida Gwaii was created as an alternative name for the islands to acknowledge the history of the Haida Nation. To the Charlottes: George M. Dawson's Survey of the Queen Charlotte Islands (The Pioneers of British Columbia, Vol 10) [Cole, Douglas, Lockner, Bradley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
To the Charlottes: George M. Dawson's Survey of the Queen Charlotte Islands (The Pioneers of British ColumbiaAuthor: Douglas Cole. Item X Carving, Haida, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte Islands, North American North West Coast, British Columbia, Canada, Summary This twelve metre totem pole from British Columbia, Canada, has four major iconic carvings that represent the major totems that traditionally travel through the maternal line in Haida society.
Dawson, George M., Report on an exploration from Port Simpson on the Pacific coast, to Edmonton on the Saskatchewan [electronic resource]: embracing a portion of the northern part of British Columbia and the Peace River country, / (Montreal: Dawson, ) (page images at HathiTrust).Warner BG, Mathewes RW, Clague JJ () Ice-free conditions on the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, at the height of late Wisconsin glaciation.
Sci ()– Google Scholar Warner BG, Clague JJ, Mathewes RW () Geology and paleoecology of a mid-Wisconsin peat from the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, by: 1.Preliminary exploration by a number of companies in recent years has failed to identify sufficient resources to justify continued development.
References (compiled July ) Sutherland-Brown, A., Geology of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Bulletin