0050.0298: Basin Notes
Newspaper article noting ongoing prosperity and growth in the basin, including new fire hall in Grand Forks, new post office in Greenwood, Chinese still barred from B.C. mines.
Medium: Newspaper - Text
Date: August 11, 1898
Publisher: Cranbrook Herald
Collection: Columbia Basin Institute (0050)
Keywords:fire hall ore rancher hay organized labor surveying postoffice liquor railroad city hall federal courthouse salmon steamers mines supreme court chinese
People Ah Sing
Cities Grand Forks Development
Cities Grand Forks Services Fire Departments and Fires
Cities Greenwood Services Postal
Cities Kaslo Buildings
Industry Mining Mines Le Roi Mine
Industry Mining Mines Virginia Mine
Industry Construction Railway
Industry Construction Surveyors and Engineers
Unions and Labour Unemployment
Social Criminal Activity Liquor
Social Racism Chinese
Industry Shipyards Nelson
Transportation Boats SS Athenian
Transportation Boats SS Tartar
Transportation Ferries Kootenay Lake
Transportation Railways Companies Kaslo and Slocan Railway
Social Ethnic Groups Japanese
Cities Sandon Buildings
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