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Bill Quackenbush

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Barkerville

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Barkerville

79F North Third Ave

Williams Lake, British Columbia,V2G2A3

Canada

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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Notes from the Curator

www.barkerville.com [cached]

Bill Quackenbush
Curator, Barkerville Historic Town


bcmag.ca

"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.


www.bcmag.ca

“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.


dragontails.com.au

William (Bill) George Quackenbush | Quackenbush, William (Bill) George
Bill Quackenbush graduated with a Master's degree in Archaeology from Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C. in 1990 and has been curator at Barkerville Historic Town ever since. Born and raised in southern Ontario, he migrated to B.C. as an adult, spending five years in the Queen Charlotte Islands before entering University at the age of 27.


ARTscan E-Newsletter October/November 2005

www.artscouncilnapavalley.org [cached]

Days later, William Quackenbush, Historian and Curator of the Barkerville museum, wrote back, intrigued by the find of the painting.
Making Its Way Home Even though Quackenbush had not personally seen their Toft painting, he was convinced that it was authentic judging from the year it was painted and the accurate depiction of the town of that time. Mr. Quackenbush added that the painting would be a valuable addition to the collections of Barkerville - words Karol and Kristine had hoped to hear. Karol and Kristine shipped the Toft Barkerville landscape painting directly to Mr. Quackenbush and his colleagues for evaluation. Mr. Quackenbush was able to acquire $1,000 Canadian dollars from the government and a deal was struck.


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