RUCKLE, GWEN (1931- )

This tape is part of the Salt Spring Island Historical society Collection and comprises an address to its members.
Gwen Ruckle outlines the history of the family from the 18th Century, giving details of the family's arrival on Salt Spring in 1872, with the first pre-emption of land. Farming over the years is described.
 

 


SUBJECT LISTINGS:

I. RUCKLE, GWEN
II. PIONEERS
III. AGRICULTURE; MIXED FARMING
IV. NAMES; PAPPENBERGER; KING; MCLENNAN; TRAGE; PYATT;
GOOD; MONK
V. PAPPENBERGER FAMILY
VI. KING FAMILY
VII. MCLENNAN FAMILY
VIII. PYATT, MR. FRANK
IX. TRAGE FAMILY
X. GOOD, CAPTAIN
XI. MONK FAMILY
XII. BUILDINGS: RUCKLE FARM; PATTERSON STORE
XIII. RUCKLE FARM
XIV. PATTERSON STORE
XV. BEAVER POINT POST OFFICE
XVI. POST OFFICE: BEAVER POINT; BURGOYNE BAY
XVII. JAPANESE ON SALT SPRING ISLAND
XVIII DOMESTIC ROUTINES
XIX. WHARVES: BEAVER POINT
XX. BEAVER POINT WHARF
XXI. GOVERNMENT
XXII. BURGOYNE BAY POST OFFICE
XXIII SSI HISTORICAL SOCIETY ADDRESS

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