Date Of Record Release: 2005-03-03 18:32:03
Title: Onderdonk's Way

Description: A virtual exhibit curated by Roger H. Boulet for the Kamloops Art Gallery, Onderdonk's Way "features the archival photographs documenting one of the most remarkable engineering feats in Canada's history: the building of a railway from Port Moody to Craigellachie in British Columbia, Canada, a distance of about 342 miles (547 km). The Contractor for the project was Andrew Onderdonk (1848-1905)." The site includes an item-level inventory of six photograph albums preserved by the British Columbia Archives, and an essay by David Mattison, "The Photographers of Onderdonk's Way".

Release Flag: OK for Viewing
Relation: Kamloops Art Gallery
Date Issued: 1997-01-01
Date Of Record Creation: 2005-03-03 18:29:01
Date Record Checked: 2005-03-03
Date Last Modified: 2005-03-03 18:32:03
Publisher: Kamloops Art Gallery
Contributor: Mattison, David H.
Boulet, Roger H.
Subject: Canadian Pacific Railway--History
Photographers--British Columbia
Latitude: 00.0000
Longitude: -000.0000
Classification: Historical Disciplines and Subjects -- Engineering
Historical Disciplines and Subjects -- Labour
Historical Disciplines and Subjects -- Transportation -- Land
Exhibitions Online -- Canada -- British Columbia
Images Online -- Photographs
Historical Disciplines and Subjects -- Geography -- Regional-Community-Urban History -- British Columbia -- Lower Mainland-Fraser Valley-Yale
Historical Disciplines and Subjects -- Geography -- Regional-Community-Urban History -- British Columbia -- Okanagan-Shuswap-Similkameen-Thompson Region
Resource Type: Image
Interactive Resource
Language: English
Audience: Lifelong Learner
Format: HTML
BC History Portal logo (View on C.P.R. showing four tunnels by C.S. Bailey)


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