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Andy Motherwell tells of the introduction of diesel trucks to the forest industry
Book written in 1885 by Elisabeth Custer describes was it was like to travel with Custer and the 7th Cavalry
Once the boom in railroad traffic slowed down, many towns like Finmore were abandoned
Retired forester Gordon Russell provides history of his 40 years in logging in Quesnel
Local amateur historian Andy Motherwell chronicles the life and loss of Hidden Paradise, a one-time busy recreational area.
A snapshot of some of the more interesting exhibits at the AMP
Andy Motherwell provides a light-hearted look at the hunting season.
George Turner was a beekeeper, trapper and former deputy sheriff for Bat Masterson
Andy Motherwell tells the story of lives lost in the pursuit of power
In his column, Andy Motherwell tells the story of how Quesnel was connected to Second World War
A faithful boat's last days on the banks of the Fraser River near the footbridge in Quesnel
They don't make cars like they used to as this Model T attests to
Old cabins mark where history was made but are deteriorating with time
Andy Motherwell tells the story of Don and Phyllis Munday and their discoveries
A good book for those who enjoy learning about early B.C. exploration
Tom Rafferty's story is one of successful teacher and Rotarian
Historical Footnotes columnist Andy Motherwell knew Dolman well
Many entrepreneurs saw the opportunity in bringing goods to remote settlements.
It was a train ride, picnic and a lot of fun for Quesnel residents