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References Chapter 1 - Why Study Local History 1. Odom, Anthony. “The Importance of History” at www.associatedcontent.com/ article/50133/the_importance_of_history Chapter 2 – Geography, Flora and Fauna 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coquitlam#Geography (adapted) retrieved Oct. 2010 2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tri-Cities_(British_Columbia) retrieved Oct. 2010 3. http://www.metrovancouver.org/about/publications/Publications/ KeyFacts-LandusebyMunicipality-2006.pdf (adapted) retrieved Nov. 2010 4. Coquitlam River Watershed Society and the Cities of Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam (a partnership project), June 2003, version 1, Lower Coquitlam River Watershed Atlas, 4. 5. http://en/wikipedia/org/wiki/coquitlam_climate (adapted and summarized), retrieved November 2010. 6. Coquitlam River Watershed, 19 and 20 adapted and summarized. 7. Ibid., 13. Chapter 3 – The Kwikwetlem First Nation 1. Carlson, Keith Thor, Sto:lo-Coast Salish Historical Atlas. Vancouver : Douglas and McIntyre, 2001, 16 2. Duff, Wilson. The Indian History of British Columbia. Victoria : Royal BC Museum, c1997, 39 3. Kwikwetlem First Nation. www.kwikwetlem.com 4. Alan D. MacMillan, The original inhabitants of the Port Moody – Coquitlam Area, quoting Boas, 15 quoting Boas, Franz. The Indian Tribes of the lower Fraser River, 1894. 5. McBay, Olive Stewart, interview with John Perry and Silvana Harwood, October 29, 2010. 6. Ibid., MacMillan, 9 7. Smallpox in History and Culture at www.kwikwetlem.com 8. Hugh Johnston ed. The Pacific Province : a History of British Columbia. (Vancouver : Douglas and MacIntyre, c1996), 113. 9. Robert T. Boyd, “Demographic History 1774 – 1874” in Handbook of North American Indians, vol. 7, (Washington DC: Smithsonian, 1990), 135. 10. Ibid., 114 11. Kwikwetlem First Nations. Culture and History. www.kwikwetlem.com 12. Koop, Will. Red Fish Up the River. Vancouver: Koop, 2001, 28 13. Kate Poole, “Isolated native band fights for future, sense of privacy,” Tri-City News, December 28, 1989. 14. Ross, Myra. “Coming Home Again … Indian Band Regroups,” Coquitlam NOW, May 6, 1990, 3. 15. Janice Cleugh, “Kwik Quit Kway,” Tri-City News, August 2, 2000, 8. 16. Kwikwetlem First Nation. “15 and counting,” www.kwikwetlem.com Chapter 4 – Exploration and Early Settlers 1. Lamb, W. K, The Letters and Journals of Simon Fraser, 1906 – 1808, Toronto : Macmillan, 1960, Introduction, 14-15.

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Lamb, Letters, 23 Lamb, Letters 24-25. Lamb, Letters 96-97. Lamb, Letters 101-114. H. A. J. Monk and John Stewart, A History of Coquitlam and Fraser Mills. Coquitlam : District of Coquitlam, 1958, 45 For a summary of this evidence, see Norton, Early History, 26. Correspondence from Bronwen Quarry, archivist at the Hudson’s Bay Company Archives, and John Perry, dated Nov.3, 2010. Monk, History, 12-13; For more information on the decision to locate the capital city, and the disagreement between Colonel Moody and Governor Douglas on this topic, see: (Gresko 1986), Chapter 1, especially 11-19, and the references cited there. Monk, History, 15-20. D. M. Norton, Early History of Port Moody, Surrey, BC : Hancock House, 1987, 72-73 and 80-81. The quotation comes from an item in the Mainland Guardian on December 8, 1883, as cited in Norton, Early History, 80. Chuck Davis, Where the Rails meet Rivers : The Story of Port Coquitlam. Madeira Park, BC. Harbour Publishing, 2000, “The Settlers”, 24-25. Davis, Where, 30, quoting Sir James Douglas. Davis, Where, 31.

Chapter 5 – 1886 to 1914 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Monk, History, 21-22. Davis, Where, 31-34. Monk, History, 23-24. Monk, History, 23-24. Davis, Where, 44. Coquitlam Pioneer Tales Book Committee 1990, 20-21, interview with Otis Munday, George’s grandson. 7. Davis, Where, 41. 8. Ibid, 43. 9. For the date Fraser Mills finally closed, see: (Trotter 2005), “The end of Coquitlam’s beginning”, by Kate Trotter, Nov.2, 2005, A1 & A12 10. Monk, History, 21-22. 11. Ibid., 27-29. 12. The tram may not have been completed until 1912. See Coquiitlam Pioneer Tales, 85, recollections of Elsie Windram McKinnon. 13. Monk, History, 35-36, and see caption to photograph of Fraser Mills in 1913 at 38. 14. Ibid. , 35-36. 15. Most of this information comes from Coquitlam Pioneer Tales Book Committee, which has many more stories of daily life in Coquitlam at this time. 16. Ibid., 38-40, recollections of Stuart Windblad. 17. Ibid., 54-56, recollections of Kenneth Charlton. 18. Ibid., 97, recollections of Florida Nadon Lamoreux. 19. Ibid., 58, recollections of Harold Schiefke. 20. Ibid., 58, Harold Schiefke; See also the recollections of Elsie Windram McKinnon in the same source, 88. 21. (From Harold Schiefke’s statement it is unclear whether the company paid for

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