Harrison history
 
 
 
Harrison history
 
canadian army newsreel
canadian army newsreel
canadian army newsreel

Harrison Hot Springs – Canadian Army Newsreel No. 71

Wartime brought drastic changes to Harrison Hot Springs. Halfway through the war the hotel became a military convalescent hospital, when the Department of National Defense took over the building, leasing it for $32,000 a year t...
 
Agassiz History
 
Agassiz Valley featured
Agassiz Valley featured
Agassiz Valley featured

Agassiz Valley and Harrison Hot Springs

  The Agassiz Valley is named after its first settlers, the Agassiz—pronounced by them, Aggazise. Capt. Louis Agassiz was in the English army, and when he came to British Columbia, in the early rush, it was on account of t...

 
Books
 
big timber
big timber
big timber

Big Timber, Bertrand W. Sinclair (1916) – eBook

Bertrand Sinclair‘s descriptions of Harrison village are exact in every particular that can now be verified, and he is accurate too in his impressions of places farther up the lake – the holiday cottages, the loggin...
 
People of Harrison
 
Dick Warde550x400
Dick Warde550x400
Dick Warde550x400

Captain Dick Warde – Harrison Hermit, An Echo of Abraham Lincoln from the Cascade Foothills.

 Hear ye: ” Hermit? Hell; I came here to enjoy what I call absolute liberty and live as I damn well pleased. They can’t make me out,as most men are slaves. But Ezekiel Gould Warde,with eighty-odd years atop of him ,...