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Each year, over eight million people visit Stanley Park, a 400-hectare (1000-acre) haven of beauty that offers a backdrop of majestic cedars and firs and an environment teeming with wildlife just steps from the sidewalks and skyscrapers of Vancouver. But few visitors stop to contemplate the secret past of British Columbia's most popular tourist destination. Officially opened in 1888, Stanley. Each year, over eight million people visit Stanley Park, a 400-hectare (1000-acre) haven of beauty that offers a backdrop of majestic cedars and firs and an environment teeming with wildlife just steps from the sidewalks and skyscrapers of Vancouver. But few visitors stop to contemplate the secret past of British Columbia's most popular tourist destination. Officially opened in 1888, Stanley Park was born alongside the city of Vancouver, so it is easy to assume that the park was a pristine wilderness when it was first created. But much of it had been logged and it was home to a number of settlements. Aboriginal people lived at the villages of Whoi Whoi, now Lumbermans Arch, and nearby Chaythoos. Some of the immigrant Hawaiians earlier employed in the fur trade took jobs at the lumber mills that dotted Burrard Inlet from the 1860s and settled at "Kanaka Ranch", which was located just outside the parks south-east boundary. Others resided at Brockton Point on the peninsula's eastern tip. Only in 1958 was the last of the many families forced out of their homes and the park returned to its supposed "pristine" character. Working in collaboration with descendants of the families who once lived in the park area, historian Jean Barman skilfully weaves together the families' stories with archival documents, Vancouver Parks Board records and court proceedings to reveal a troubling, yet deeply important facet of BCs history. Books, , Stanley Park's Secret~~Book~~9781550174205~~Jean Barman, , Stanley Park's Secret, Jean Barman, 9781550174205, Harbour Publishing, 08/07/2007, , , , Harbour Publishing

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Finalist for 2006 BC Book Prize - Roderick Haig-Brown Regional PrizeShortlisted for George Ryga Award for Social Awareness in B.C. Writing and PublishingEach year, over eight million people visit Stanley Park, a 400-hectare (1000-acre) haven of beauty that offers a backdrop of majestic cedars and firs and an environment teeming with wildlife just steps from the sidewalks and skyscrapers of Vancouver. But few visitors stop to contemplate the secret past of British Columbia''s most popular tourist destination. Officially opened in 1888, Stanley Park was born alongside the city of Vancouver, so it is easy to assume that the park was a pristine wilderness when it was first created. But much of it had been logged and it was home to a number of settlements. Aboriginal people lived at the villages of Whoi Whoi, now Lumberman''s Arch, and nearby Chaythoos. Some of the immigrant Hawaiians earlier employed in the fur trade took jobs at the lumber mills that dotted Burrard Inlet from the 1860s and settled at Kanaka Ranch, which was located just outside the park''s southeast boundary. Others resided at Brockton Point on the peninsula''s eastern tip. Only in 1958 was the last of the many families forced out of their homes and the park returned to its supposed pristine character.Working in collaboration with descendants of the families who once lived in the park area, historian Jean Barman skilfully weaves together the families'' stories with archival documents, Vancouver Parks Board records and court proceedings to reveal a troubling, yet deeply important facet of BC''s history. Jean Barman, Books, Travel, Canada, Stanley Park's Secret: The Forgotten Families Of Whoi Whoi, Kanaka Ranch, And Brockton Point Books>Travel>Canada, HARBOUR PUBLISHING

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781550174205
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1550174207
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: HARBOUR PUB CO LTD
279 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,463 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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