A manuscript dated 1908 of hand-written lecture notes, on ruled paper, hand-numbered in upper right corners 1 to 18. Consists of an account of Frank Sylvester's travels to the Fork of the Quesnell River in 1860 and 1864, and the changes that gold mining caused in the area. Also mentions the Old Brigade trail, his reasons for traveling, the lakes, towns and other places he passed on his travels.
- In Collection:
- 18 leaves, handwritten ; 21 x 34 cm
- 52.96658, -122.50289
- 52.97842, -122.4931
- Frank and Cecilia Sylvester Collection
- Acc. No.: 1998-071, 1.9
- 600 dpi tif, Epson GT-15000 scanner, scanned by KSW, edited by CDW. Metadata by KD.
- Contact Special Collections and University Archives for access to the original manuscript and for reproduction requests (firstname.lastname@example.org). Patrons may view the material through the Victoria's Early History Collection, but may not use images without permission of the University.
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