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Summary "This 4th edition contains the previous edition plus new subdivisions and 80 new street names created from 2005 to early 2016. It also includes revisions to some entries in the 2005 edition."--Foreword.
Summary: This is the story of how one building - the 6th Avenue government liquor store in Prince George - became a heritage building. But along the way, the author casts his eye back to the beginnings of the hospitality industry, hotels and liquor distribution in the area, from 1910 onward. A well researched and interesting contribution to our local history.
Partial Contents: Early attempts at liquor control -- The early licenced establishments -- The railway and liquor problems -- Rivals to the Hotel Northern -- Prohibition -- Government monopoly -- Government liquor stores on George Street -- A modern liquor store -- Store sale gets complicated -- Heritage designation -- Private ownership -- New use for a heritage building.
"This is a snapshot history of approximately 150 schools established in School District No. 57 (Prince George) over the last one hundred years. Included are statistical and factual events, student and staff activities, unique programs, projects and services and "historical memories" of many schools."--Introduction.
Partial Contents: Rural school paintings -- Gone but not forgotten -- Elementary schools -- Secondary schools -- Programs and Services.