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The Chief

This granite monolith is approximately 700 metres high and is second only to Gibraltar in size. It is so named because its outline against the sky forms the profile of a sleeping Indian chief. The profile of a chief's face can also be seen ...

The Chief

This granite monolith is approximately 700 metres high and is second only to Gibraltar in size. It is so named because its outline against the sky forms the profile of a sleeping Indian chief. The profile of a chief's face can also be seen ...

The Chief

"The Chief" photographed in 1912 from the home of E.D. Reeves, the first telegraph operator in Squamish.This granite monolith is approximately 700 metres high and is second only to Gibraltar in size. It is so named because its outline a...

Squamish Advance: Thursday, April 5, 1951

STAWMUS RIVER BRIDGE COLLAPSESLOGGER INJURED IN FREAK ACCIDENTTALENT SHOW AT BRITANNIA BEACHBRACKENDALE BITSCHANGES IN HOSPITAL ACT PROTESTED HEREWOODFIBRELOCAL AND PERSONALSTAFF OF SCHOOL ANNUAL APPOINTEDLOCAL LEGION ALSO PROTESTS INSURANCEBUSY S...

Squamish Advance

Merrill & Ring Logging Camp

Merrill & Ring Logging Camp (now Valleycliffe) in 1927. Looking north up Stamish Valley.Photo by: Ed Aldridge.Merrill and Ring, an American company bought their claim in 1888 for 25 cents per acre. This went from Valleycliffe through the foo...

Aldridge, Ed

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