Hamilton-Davis  

The Hamiltons speak of their years on the Island from 1897 to 1914.

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I. HAMILTON, MISS BEA
II. HAMILTON, MRS INA
III. DAVIS, MRS MABEL (NEE HAMILTON)
IV. HAWAIIANS V. FLORA AND FAUNA
VI. BRITISH INFLUENCE VII. CULTURE
VIII. AGRICULTURE; Fruit farming
IX. CHURCHES; St. Paul's Catholic Church; St. Mary's Church
X. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
XI. ST. MARY'S CHURCH XII. LOCALITY; South end of Island
XIII. POST OFFICE XIV. TRANSPORTATION; Horse and buggy; roads; boats; CPR
XV. SHIPS; CPR Boats, the Iroquois; Tugboat Alert
XVI. THE IROQUOIS XVII. DROMORE, The Hamilton's home
XVIII. NAMES; Rev. E. Wilson; Mr. Bullock; John Maxwell; Ruckle family; Wilson family (South end); Mr. Blandy, William Norkin
XIX. REVEREND E. WILSON
XX. BULLOCK, HENRY
XXI. MAXWELL, JOHN
XXII. RUCKLE FAMILY
XXIII. WILSON FAMILY (South End)
XXIV. BLANDY'S STORE
XXV. NORKIN, WILLIAM
XXVI. BUSINESSES; Mr. Blandy's store
XXVII. WHARVES
XXVIII. ORCHARD, IMBERT HAMILTON, MISS BEA, HAMILTON, MRS INA, DAVIS, MRS MABEL (NEE HAMILTON) Imbert Orchard No copies, no broadcast except for private auditions and research use 989.031.002 Audio CD MP3 \This tape was obtained from the Provincial Archives of B.C. and is part of the CBC Imbert Orchard Collection.

I. HAMILTON, MISS BEA
II. HAMILTON, MRS INA
III. DAVIS, MRS MABEL (NEE HAMILTON)
IV. HAWAIIANS V. FLORA

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