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A Centennial Commentary Upon the Early Days of Squamish, British Columbia

A booklet on Squamish history, with photos, stories, maps and more. It was created as a part of British Columbia centennial celebrations that carried across the province in 1958. According to the booklet, 1888 was the beginning of real settlement that led to the formation of the town of Squamish.

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Squamish Centennial Committee

Austin Harry on saw

B.P.O.E. Lodge (Hudson House) in background.

Austin Harry (Peḵultn Siyam), of Squamish Nation, lived in Sta-a-mis in the early 1900's.

38033 Second Avenue
Hudson House was originally built in the 1930's as a local community hall (PGE Hall). Built by railway and community volunteers, the PGE Hall was once the site of basketball games, dances, and other gala community events. It later became the Hudson House, and then an empty lot.

Original Use: Community Hall.
1993 use: Rooming House (Hudson House).
1993 condition: Retained original form without significant alteration. Location among newer buildings left the Hall looking somewhat run down.

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