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Barkerville Online

Barkerville

233 Cherry St

Sumas, Washington 98295

United States

Company Description

Barkerville Gold Rush, stories and pictures from The Cariboo Sentinel and The Gold Rush Trail Journal. History of the gold rush of 1858-1872, the stories of the pioneers and characters of the Canadian old west. ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Curator

Wanderism Travel

Curator

WordPress

Education

Master's degree

Archaeology

Simon Fraser University

Web References (36 Total References)


Secret Societies

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The editors wish to thank the following for showing us the meeting notice sticks in their collections:  Ron Candy, Director of the Vernon Museum, Ellen Vieth at the Lewis-Clark Center for  Arts & History in Lewiston, Bill Quackenbush, Curator at Barkerville and Susan Hawkins of the U.S.


Contact Us

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Bill Quackenbush; Curator(250) 994 3302 ext 25Bill.Quackenbush@barkerville.ca


"The evidence suggests these men should ...

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"The evidence suggests these men should share the distinction of having been the first to manufacture a bicycle in British Columbia," writes Bill Quackenbush, Barkerville Historic Town's former curator, now retired.


“The evidence suggests these men should ...

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“The evidence suggests these men should share the distinction of having been the first to manufacture a bicycle in British Columbia,” writes Bill Quackenbush, Barkerville Historic Town’s former curator, now retired.


“The evidence suggests these men should ...

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“The evidence suggests these men should share the distinction of having been the first to manufacture a bicycle in British Columbia,” writes Bill Quackenbush, Barkerville Historic Town’s former curator, now retired.

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