- CA SQPL ST_RTP-1950-1955.xx.xx.041
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- CA SQPL PAMBY-CCUED
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
- CA SQPL 11-013
Albert Chamberlain pre-empted on an island across from the Brennan property. It was named Chamberlain Island. The island is now part of Baynes Island.
Albert also had a farm.
- CA SQPL 11-058
Allan Barbour (left) and Bill Wallace of Cheekye (right) and one of the first cars in Squamish.
- CA SQPL 11-063
- CA SQPL ST_RTP-1950-1955.xx.xx.047
Hank Tatlow is playing horseshoes.
- CA SQPL 12-020
Left to right: Charlie Douglas (Xwa-lacktun), Ernie Harry (Pekultn Siyam), and George Harry (Xwach-la-nexw) at Stardust Hop Yards.
Charlie Douglas is Ernie Harry's grandfather.
Hop farming was Squamish's first major industry. The major producer was Squamish Valley Hop Raising Co. (Bell-Irving Ranch). Hops are perennials and grown about 6 feet apart. They are picked during September and August. Hops are dried and bleached with sulphur in a kiln. In Squamish, Chinese labour was brought in to tend the hops. Local First Nations were the pickers. They would camp in the area now between Petro Canada gas station and the Cottonwood condominiums. The hops in Squamish were top grade. They were shipped to Vancouver in bales wrapped in Burlap, then shipped to Britain where they were used to make beer.
- CA SQPL ST_RTP-Unknown-19xx.xx.xx.396
- CA SQPL ST_RTP-1950-1953.07.xx.003
- July 1953
Delores Mason (Del Tatlow) is in the middle and Elizabeth Richardson (Beth Tatlow) is second from the right.
- CA SQPL ST_RTP-Unknown-19xx.xx.xx.340