3 edition of The romance of historic names in Vancouver Harbour, Howe Sound, and Jervis Inlet found in the catalog.
The romance of historic names in Vancouver Harbour, Howe Sound, and Jervis Inlet
S. C. Heal
Includes bibliographical references (p. 81) and index.
|LC Classifications||F1089.5.V22 H43 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||2007367388|
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During this survey, Vancouver explored Burrard Inlet, Howe Sound, the length of the Sunshine Coast up to Pender Harbour, and Jervis Inlet to the end of Queens Reach. He traveled over km in the process. Vancouver first entered the waters off the Sunshine Coast in the afternoon of June The Romance of Historic Names In Vancouver Harbour, Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet.
Vancouver: Cordillera Books, 86 p. Hill, Charles C., Johanne Lamoureux, and Ian M. Thom. Emily Carr: New Perspectives on a Canadian Icon. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada; Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, p. The names Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet themselves came from George Vancouver.
See The Howe Sound of Historic Names by S.C. Heal (Cordillera Books, ) for a concise summary of the stories behind many of the names used in these areas. Large-Scale Chart of Pender Harbour ( manuscript) (United Kingdom Hydrographic Office).
- The Romance of Historic Names: In Vancouver Harbour, Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet - Ferries West: A West Coast Photo Album (WCMS#7) - Stand By, Let ’Er Go: The Gillnetter Years: The Memoirs of a Commercial Fisherman (with Robert Karliner).
What they were doing at the time was running loggers from Vancouver up into Howe Sound and to Jervis Inlet and it was on one of the return trips that they wreck It is always a bit of a rumor that somebody had been put on the boat to sabotage it because at that time they were running opposition to Union Steam Ships.
Cape St. Vincent in (in Jervis Inlet). The names Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet themselves came from George Van-couver. See The Romance of Historic Names by S.C. Heal (Cordillera Books, ) for a concise summary of the stories behind many of the names used in these areas.
The admiraltys Hydrographic Of- ce published a printed chart based on. – The Romance of Historic Names: In Vancouver Harbour, Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet – Ferries West: A West Coast Photo Album (WCMS#7) – Stand By, Let ’Er Go: The Gillnetter Years: The Memoirs of a Commercial Fisherman (with Robert Karliner) [BCBW ] by Alan Twigg.
Vancouver sure has changed over the past 40 years. After sitting in storage for several decades, photographer POP SNAP uncovered the slides they had put away and started basic lo-res scanning of these Kodachrome pictures.
Kodachrome is quite challenging to scan, as they told us, but as you can see, it was all worth it. POP SNAP’s interest was largely in buildings and structures, which.
Green lettering on a blue pictorial spine, white and green lettering on the pictorial front cover. A fine copy of this description of historic names in the Vancouver Harbour, Howe Sound and Jarvis Inlet Howe Sound.
Illustrated with a few b/w photographs. Signed on the title page by the author. Size: x Signed. Place Names British Columbia. It is the present day main harbour area of the City of Vancouver beyond Stanley Park.
He surveyed Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet over the next nine days. Then, on his 35th birthday on 22 Junehe returned to Point Grey, the present-day location of the University of British Columbia.
Names can act as daily reminders of a colonial presence. To unsettle Settler origin stories, we strive to reveal the legacy of (dis)possession rooted in naming. As case studies, we consider the attribution of the name Salish Sea, the naming of the Straits of Juan de Fuca and Georgia, and the delineation of national boundaries during the San Juan Water Boundary Dispute.
The older autograph book holds many signatures from young members of local pioneer families, names such as Soames, Inglis, Hinsta, Winegarden, and Chamberlin. It is fascinating to witness the unfiltered humour of past generations. There are many sweet sentiments in these books; however, there are just as many witty and slightly crude remarks.
The Second Narrows Bridge: spanning Burrard Inlet - Port of Vancouver, British Columbia. Booklet which commemorated the official opening of the bridge on Saturday, November 7, Photographs and illustrations included. Swan, Andrew Don. Vancouver Harbour, B.C. (Canada). & Co.
Report of C.D. Howe & Co. of Port Arthur, Ontario on facilities for grain shipments and elevator sites on the Fraser River and Burrard Inlet, British Columbia. Arguments for and against the Fraser River as the logical location for the Canadian National Railway grain terminals. MacDonald is responsible for designating most of the current place names in the Jervis and Princess Louisa Inlet areas.
Mac was a dedicated loafer and actually wrote a creed on the art of creative relaxation, which says, in part: "The world needs ten million full-time, thinking loafers dedicated to the purpose of bringing this cockeyed life.
Downtown Vancouver. Downtown is Vancouver's primary business district, houses many arts, entertainment, and sports venues, and is close to several vibrant residential communities. A peninsula, Downtown is bounded by Burrard Inlet on the north, False Creek and the popular district of.
Staff at the Vancouver Aquarium are scratching their heads over what is causing thousands of sunflower starfish to die in the waters of Vancouver Harbour and Howe Sound.
Oct 3, Advertisement. Romance of Historic Names in Vancouver Harbour, Howe Sound, and Jervis Inlet British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast is a sublimely scenic kilometre stretch of waterfront between Howe Sound and Desolation Sound, reached by a minute ferry ride from West Vancouver. Join Howard White, award-winning humorist and lifelong coast denizen, on a guided tour from Gibsons, where the long-running TV series The Beachcombers was.
The Strait of Juan de Fuca (officially named Juan de Fuca Strait in Canada) is a body of water about 96 miles (83 nmi; km) long that is the Salish Sea's outlet to the Pacific international boundary between Canada and the United States runs down the centre of the Strait.
It was named in by the maritime fur trader Charles William Barkley, captain of Imperial Eagle, for Juan. We ride the ferry across Jervis Inlet to Earls Cove.
This is a day of magnificent scenery as we explore one of British Columbia's best known fjords. De-parting from Egmont, we cruise for two hours up Jervis Inlet past soaring peaks and waterfalls that cascade directly into the ocean.
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Come and join this unique tour, cruising some fabu-lous scenic. Built to look like a ship, you’ll find sweeping views of the Vancouver Harbour as well as tons of restaurants, shops, and bars. Stop by the Digital Orca, a lego-ized sculpture of a killer whale located right next to the Vancouver Convention Centre for some fun photos.
Vancouver, city, southwestern British Columbia, Canada. It is the major urban center of western Canada and the focus of one of the country’s most populous metropolitan regions.
The city is just north of the U.S. state of Washington. It has a fine natural harbor on a superb site facing the sea and mountains.
Nootka Sound (French: Baie de Nootka) is a sound of the Pacific Ocean on the rugged west coast of Vancouver Island, in the Pacific Northwest, historically known as King George's separates Vancouver Island and Nootka Island., part of the Canadian province of British played a historically important role in the maritime fur trade.
As long as his health permitted, Vancouver often took part in the boat expeditions. On 22 Junewhen returning to the ships after exploring Howe Sound, Jervis Inlet, and what is now Vancouver harbour, he found the Spanish survey ships Sútil and Mexicana, under the command of Dionisio Alcalâ-Galiano*, at anchor off Point Grey.
From. Sunshine Coast and Vancouver: Boating in this region takes you along the mainland of British Columbia from Howe Sound to Desolation Sound. The Sunshine Coast, has one of the highest totals of sunshine in Canada, as the name beaches, mountains, inlets and waterfalls make sailing and exploring this region fun.
Previous owner's name on title page. Many b/w photos and illustrations. 62,  pp. 10" x 8". Covers the early explorers and traders, early settlers, the native, indigenous First Peoples, steamships, whaling, the development of the fishing, logging, and mining industries, roads, schools, and some details of several small localities (Beaver Cove.
Linguists later applied the name to related languages in the Pacific Northwest. Juan de Fuca () was probably the first white man to visit the country inhabited by Salish people. Later British and American vessels came to trade, the most notable expedition being that of George Vancouver (), whose name became attached to Vancouver Island.
For property within School. District No. 48 (Howe Sound) at Squamish, B.C., on Friday, February 1, 1*, at 10 o'clock in the Forenoon hi the Village Office. For property within University Hill Rural School District at Vancouver, B.C., on Monday, Febru.
The item was presented to Lord Tweedsmuir during a visit to Vancouver in Accompanying the map there is a booklet by the Vancouver Harbour Commissioners entitled "Interesting Facts about the Port of Vancouver" and a note to Henry "Budge" Bell-Irving from John Tweedsmuir. The map shows English Bay and Burrard Inlet with soundings in feet.
The hectare park is located on the northwest shore of Keats Island in Howe Sound, immediately to the east of the town of Gibsons on the Sunshine Coast.
The park has a well maintained hiking trail system, a grassy upland picnic area and 20 forested walk-in campsites toward Observatory Point. Around the Sound A History of Howe Sound-Whistler By Doreen Armitage. Hope Lives Here A History of Vancouver's First United Church By Bob Burrows.
The Royal Fjord Memories of Jervis Inlet By Ray Phillips. Paperback $ Three Men and a Forester. Perched on a hillside, it overlooks a harbour and faces nearby islands in Howe Sound.
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Nootka Sound is a complex inlet or sound of the Pacific Ocean on the rugged west coast of Vancouver Island, in the Canadian province of British Columbia.
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To research the book, the authors traveled from Sooke on the southern tip of the island to Port Hardy in the north, and. Why You Should Do It: If you’re brave enough to take on the Lyon Lake Loop, you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of Pender Harbour and Sakinaw Lake, the Strait of Georgia, Vancouver Island, Texada Island, Jervis Inlet, Narrows Inlet, Salmon Inlet, Sechelt Inlet and the Coast Mountains.
This trail is in some of the oldest forest in Canada. The arms of the Fraser River are navigable and you can pub hop to historic Fort Langley, while observing an urban, then agricultural, landscape going by. search out the calm waters of Howe Sound.
Half an hour north of Vancouver is Horseshoe Bay, the point of arrival and departure for ferry traffic between Vancouver and Vancouver Island, the.
Ballet Bay and Hardy Island Marine Park are popular stops at the mouth of Jervis Inlet On your way back the Harmony Islands offer a set of glorious anchorages.
See a selection of Sunshine Coast anchorages. At the top of the Sunshine Coast and Salish Sea is world-famous Desolation Sound, with its. Vancouver (i /vænˈkuːvər/) is a coastal seaport city in Canada, located in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia.
As the most populous city in the province, the census recorded 1 people in the city. The Greater Vancouver area had a population of 4 inmaking it the third-largest metropolitan area in Canada, and the largest in Western the Bowen Island (originally Nex̱wlélex̱m in Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Sníchim), British Columbia, is an island municipality that is part of Metro addition, Bowen Island is within the jurisdiction of the Islands Trust.
 Located in Howe Sound, Bowen Island is approximately 6 kilometres ( mi) wide by 12 kilometres ( mi) long, with the island at its closest point about 3 kilometres. Black Ball then brought her up to when they pioneered HSB-DPB, Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet services after their extensive Washington state opperations were bought by the newly formed, government owned Washington State Ferries.
It's interesting to Note that the "Smokey" was the last steam-engined ferry on the North American west coast.