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The junction of the Skeena and the Kitsumkalum Rivers was originally the site of a Tsimshian Indian Village.
Fur trading and gold prospecting were the principal activities along the Pacific Shore, including the Skeena area from 1770 to 1900.
BC Institute of Technology Archives - Historical Photograph Repository The BCIT Archives holds approximately 250,000 photographic images on film, dating from the founding of the Institute to the present day.
They present a visual record of BCIT's growth and development, our relationships with industry and the community, images of student life, and campus events since our founding in 1964.
-------------------------------------------------- 30000 BC: Java; 30,000 BC: Last stands of Homo erectus (Java) and Neanderthal (Spain) species, decline in favor of Homo sapiens (NYT, 12/13/96). Abrupt cooling in Europe and North America, return of near glacial conditions; in the Near East, an abrupt drought, leading to retreat to oases, possibly related to development of agriculture as a coping strategy.
He gave land to the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, resulting in the creation of a railway station in Terrace, rather than at Kitsumkalum.
Up to World War II, the town existed as a sawmill community, having incorporated in 1927.
City of Surrey Archives The City of Surrey Archives' SAMOA (Surrey Archives & Museum Online Access) database provides access to over 30,000 digitized photographs.
City of Vancouver Archives Historical Photographs The Archives photograph holdings are comprised of more than one million images from private-sector and public-sector records.