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Granville was named after Earl Granville, Secretary of State for the Colonies. Page 48 of the historic Vancouver album has an 1857 cover from Earl Granville in London to Ampthill
Cover from Toronto to New Westminster, B.C. during American Civil War
Wellburn Page 44
unnumbered introductory page from Gerald Wellburn's Historic Vancouver
Page 5 of Gerald Wellburn Historic Vancouver
Page 6 of Gerald Wellburn Historic Vancouver
Page 24 Gerald Wellburn's Historic Vancouver Burrard Inlet P.O. Notes
Page 25 Gerald Wellburn's Historic Vancouver Burrard Inlet P.O. Notes
Page 27 Gerald Wellburn's Historic Vancouver Capt.Stamp Notes etc
Page 28 Gerald Wellburn's Historic Vancouver Capt.Stamp Notes etc
1879 Burrard Inlet Deposition of Jonathan Miller
1879 indictment for cutting and wounding by a seaman,evidence by J. Miller, Constable.
Page 65 of Historic Vancouver features 1884 Granvile and includes a postcard from Fanny McCartney in Granville to Agnes Deans Cameron in Victoria. Fanny was the wife of Allan Edward McCartney- a civil engineer and architect who had worked on Hastings sawmill and had land at Deep Cove. Agnes Deans Cameron was a famous woman of her time. A progressive schoolteacher from Victoria, she went on to become "the first white woman to reach the Arctic" and published a bestselling book about her journeys called "The New North"
Agnes Deans Cameron "Intellectual, adventurer, journalist, women’s right campaigner, first woman to reach the Arctic Ocean overland, literary sensation, when she died suddenly, editorials described her as “the most remarkable woman citizen of the province.”" Read Stephen Hume's article in The Vancouver Sun here
There's a full biography of this astonishing woman in the B.C. Historical News journal.
Page 65 of Historic Vancouver: 1884 Granville
Sold for $385 in our 11 Feb 2017 auction
to Miss Thain, a schoolteacher in Victoria
Sold for $396 in our February 18th 2017Auction
Cover to Jessie Cameron, the mother of Agnes Dean Cameron James Bay, Victoria
& Wellburn continues the Granville story:
Offered in our auction on March 4th 2017.
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