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Displaying completed and published resources of collection #0500 from Castlegar & District Heritage Society.

Completed records in this collection: 49

Inonokline Creek : Photo taken 16 miles up Inonokline Creek. Looking N.N.E. over the burn that occured in 1925.
Inonokline Creek
Inonokline Creek : Photo taken 16 miles up Inonokline Creek, looking west over the burn that occured in 1925.
Inonokline Creek
Inonokline Creek : Photo taken behind the rangers cabin, 23 miles up Inonokline Creek, showing the 1896 burn reproducin
Inonokline Creek
Inonokline Creek : Looking west from point behind rangers cabin on Inonokline Creek. Excellent reproduction of Lodgep
Inonokline Creek
Hemlock on Mosquito Creek. : Twenty-eight inch Hemlock with from 4 to 6 inches of sound wood around the perimeter. This tree was
Hemlock on Mosquito Creek.
Hemlock Discard : Butt log of a 22 inch Hemlock. It was discarded by local operators and contains 80% of sound wood.
Hemlock Discard
Hemlock Discard : Hemlock log 18", red heart. 90% good for our purpose, left in the West Kootenay bush by local operat
Hemlock Discard
Timber in Whatshan Lake Area : Exceptionaly fine grade of timber removed by local operators. Hemlock width with some Spruce. Near C
Timber in Whatshan Lake Area
Standing Hemlock : 34" DBH. Hemlock left standing in cut over area. This is a sound tree - Whatshan Lake area.
Standing Hemlock
Hemlock Timber : Testing a 38" Hemlockfor butt rot. This was sound to within 3" from the pith.
Hemlock Timber
Inonokline Creek : Taken in cut over area of Inonokline Creek. Large sound tops left on the ground, and excellent pulpw
Inonokline Creek
Inonokline Creek Area : Small area of decadent forest, Inonokline Creek. Far overmature.
Inonokline Creek Area
Hemlock Trees in Whatshan Lake Area : A logged over area with Hemlock trees averaging 22"DBH. There is undoubtedly a certain percentage o
Hemlock Trees in Whatshan Lake Area
Whatshan Lake : Photo of Whatshan Lake after 1925 burn occured.
Whatshan Lake
Whatshan Lake : Photo taken of Whatshan Lake after 1925 burn occured.
Whatshan Lake
Whatshan Lake : This area contains wonderful advanced reproduction on lower slopes, Spruce Hemlock and Fir.
Whatshan Lake
Whatshan Lake : Looking northeasterly 2/3 distance up Whatshan lake. Exceptionaly fine stand of reproduction of Heml
Whatshan Lake
Whatshan Lake : Extension of photo 17 southerly, Whatshan Lake.
Whatshan Lake
Whatshan Lake : Whatshan Lake looking North Westerly near outlet.
Whatshan Lake
Canoeing the Canoe River : 24' canvas canoe loaded for trip down the Canoe River. Staring point is 6 miles from Valemount, on C
Canoeing the Canoe River
Canoe River : View of the Canoe River just below a jam - fine spruce stand on river banks.
Canoe River
Canoe River : First jam of debris blocking inlet to slough on left. Those are not serious from the river driving
Canoe River
Canoe River : Gravel beds on the Canoe River at near normal water level.
Canoe River
On the Canoe River : This photo shows dense reproduction of Logepole Pine, an old burn on the upper left.
On the Canoe River
On the Canoe River : Lining canoe down rapids on the Canoe River. NB. Fine Spruce down the river banks.
On the Canoe River
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