Geoffry Castle : Geography, Placenames and Exploration in the Pacific Northwest  

This tape is part of the SSI Historical Society
Collection, and comprises an address given to the Society meeting.

September 13, 1988 029 Tape Cassette Tape Box File #24 to File #48 Shelf 8C LOCATION: Central Hall
TOPIC: "Geography, Placenames and Exploration in the Pacific Northwest"
DETAILED TAPE GUIDE: No
Mr. Castle gives a brief history of the exploration of the Pacific Northwest from 400 BC to the late nineteenth century, with origins of many of the placenames included.


SUBJECT LISTINGS:

I. CASTLE, GEOFFREY
II. EARLY EXPLORATION
III. NAMES: Placenames; Southey Point, Ganges Harbour, Fulford
Harbour, Vesuvius, Beaver Point, Rainbow Road
IV. SOUTHEY POINT (origin of name)
V. GANGES HARBOUR (origin of name)
VI. FULFORD HARBOUR (origin of name)
VII. VESUVIUS BAY (origin of name)
VIII. BEAVER POINT (origin of name)
IX. RAINBOW RD (origin of name)
X. BEAVER POINT SHALE PLANT
XI. BUSINESSES: Beaver Point Shale Plant
XII. SALT SPRING ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY ADDRESS,
Sept. 1988 CASTLE, GEOFFREY (19 -) "Geography and Placenames in
B.C.


Accession Number 989.031.032 Interviewer Geoffrey Castle
Date September 13, 1988 Location Central Hall
Media Cassette Tape mp3 duration 42 minutes
ID 29