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60.10867, -113.64258 Map of Canada

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Trip to British Columbia and southern Alaska, 1926 and 1931

Field notes of William Alakangas, the chief engineer of the "Westward", documenting a trip along the coast of British Columbia, May 2-19, 1926. Included is an article draft by Alakangas, "It's a scream, but no fair laughing $5,000,000.00 reward for a suitable title." The article discusses a trip along the coast of British Columbia and southern Alaska with a group, including Arthur Pack and William Finley, July-August 1931. Activities described include hunting porpoises, fishing for salmon, and collecting bird specimens.

Alakangas, William

Clark, J. F.

Mug shot from the Victoria (B. C.) Police Department of J. F. Clark. Transcription from back: “Victoria Police Department. Name: J. F. Clark, Residency: B.C.(?), Nativity: America, Occupation: Laborer, Age: 33, Height: 6-1, Weight: 160, Build: Slim. Complexion: Fair, Eyes: Blue, Color of Hair: D.B., Color of Mustache: Brown, Color of Beard: None, Date of Arrest: Dec. 22, 1910, Where Arrested: Victoria, Crime Charged: Vag, Mole on R. side of neck. Two months, H.L.”

British Columbia. Police Services Division

Clark, J. F.

Verso of a mug shot from the Victoria (B. C.) Police Department of J. F. Clark. Transcription from back: “Victoria Police Department. Name: J. F. Clark, Residency: B.C.(?), Nativity: America, Occupation: Laborer, Age: 33, Height: 6-1, Weight: 160, Build: Slim. Complexion: Fair, Eyes: Blue, Color of Hair: D.B., Color of Mustache: Brown, Color of Beard: None, Date of Arrest: Dec. 22, 1910, Where Arrested: Victoria, Crime Charged: Vag, Mole on R. side of neck. Two months, H.L.”

British Columbia. Police Services Division

Migratory Bird Advisory Board, 1934

Document focuses include changes to Migratory Bird Treaty Act, waterfowl conditions, and extent of hunting seasons. Additional focuses include homesteading issues on wildlife refuges and hunting practices, including baiting.

Fernald, Charles

Last Will and Testament of Jason Lee, 1845

Handwritten last will and testament of Jason Lee, written on February 20, 1845 by C.B. Richardson, Notary Public. Richardson writes that Lee was sick in bed during the dictation of this will, but that he is of sound mind. Two witnesses signed the document, Eli Banys and Joseph Morrell. Written in Lee's hometown of Stanstead, Québec, where he passed away on March 12, 1845.

Richardson, C. B.

Letter from Daniel Lee to Brother Bond, 1845, Preservation Copy

Handwritten preservation copy of Mss1212_B1F2_003. Letter written in 1845 to Brother Bond by Daniel Lee, nephew of Reverend Jason Lee. Daniel informs Brother Bond of the death of Jason Lee, and writes of his late uncle's life. Subjects include Jason Lee's spiritual awakening, his health and state of mind in his final days, and the illness that led to his death. This preservation copy of the letter from Daniel Lee to Brother Bond is written in more modern and legible handwriting than the original.

Lee, Daniel, 1806-1895

Letter from Daniel Lee to Brother Bond, 1845

Handwritten letter written in 1845 to Brother Bond by Daniel Lee, nephew of Reverend Jason Lee. Daniel informs Brother Bond of the death of Jason Lee, and writes of his late uncle's life. Subjects include Jason Lee's spiritual awakening, his health and state of mind in his final days, and the illness that led to his death. A preservation copy of this document, with more modern and legible handwriting, is available in Mss1212_B1F2_004.

Lee, Daniel, 1806-1895

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