Family History
Family History
the koyama family history
The Koyama Family History is part of Life Histories. Historical Manuscripts of the District of Lake Country. Funding and assistance for this project were provided by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.

This material may not be reproduced for commercial purposes, unless written permission is obtained from the Lake Country Museum and Archives. In all cases, when you reproduce this material we ask that you acknowledge the copyright ownership and the source of the material as follows: “Reproduced with permission from the Lake Country Museum and Archives website.”

Family History
the Goldie Saga
The Goldie Saga. 1793-1886 is part of Life Histories. Historical Manuscripts of the District of Lake Country. Funding and assistance for this project were provided by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.

This material may not be reproduced for commercial purposes, unless written permission is obtained from the Lake Country Museum and Archives. In all cases, when you reproduce this material we ask that you acknowledge the copyright ownership and the source of the material as follows: “Reproduced with permission from the Lake Country Museum and Archives website.”

Family History
the gibbons family genealogy and life in the okanagan
The Gibbons Family Genealogy and Life in the Okanagan is part of Life Histories. Historical Manuscripts of the District of Lake Country. Funding and assistance for this project were provided by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.

This material may not be reproduced for commercial purposes, unless written permission is obtained from the Lake Country Museum and Archives. In all cases, when you reproduce this material we ask that you acknowledge the copyright ownership and the source of the material as follows: “Reproduced with permission from the Lake Country Museum and Archives website.”

Family History
the Gleed family

The 1995 Lake Country Museum Challenge Grant research project began as the history of the Gleed family. It then broadened to include the history of “The Store” in Okanagan Centre and also the history of the Okanagan Centre Community Hall, as Mr. and Mrs. James Gleed played such major roles in the development of the original store and the community hall.

This material may not be reproduced for commercial purposes, unless written permission is obtained from the Lake Country Museum and Archives. In all cases, when you reproduce this material we ask that you acknowledge the copyright ownership and the source of the material as follows: “Reproduced with permission from the Lake Country Museum and Archives website.”

Family History
the japanese pioneers of lake country
The Japanese Pioneers of Lake Country is part of Life Histories. Historical Manuscripts of the District of Lake Country. Funding and assistance for this project were provided by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.

This material may not be reproduced for commercial purposes, unless written permission is obtained from the Lake Country Museum and Archives. In all cases, when you reproduce this material we ask that you acknowledge the copyright ownership and the source of the material as follows: “Reproduced with permission from the Lake Country Museum and Archives website.”

Family History
biography
of J. J. Carney

The attached PDF is a brief biography of John James (Jim) Carney written by John James Carney Jr. (JJ) and prepared for CBC Vancouver’s WW I Commemorative Book From the West Coast to the Western Front. Published with permission of John James Carney Jr. and Harbour Publishing.

Family History
the autobiograpy of Harold David Butterworth

 

The Autobiography of Harold David Butterworth is part of Life Histories. Historical Manuscripts of the District of Lake Country. Funding and assistance for this project were provided by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.

This material may not be reproduced for commercial purposes, unless written permission is obtained from the Lake Country Museum and Archives. In all cases, when you reproduce this material we ask that you acknowledge the copyright ownership and the source of the material as follows: “Reproduced with permission from the Lake Country Museum and Archives website.”