Stories Susan Marsden 0 The Tsimshian Defeat the TlingitIt was as if a dam broke, when 1500 years ago a wave of migrants invaded northern Tsimshian territory. Nothing Julia Aguiar 0 From Feed Store to Grapevine: the House on Market PlaceThe house on 139 Market Place played very much a minor character in my last post on Prince Rupert’s Sunken Bruce Wishart 0 A Few, Mad, Fatal WeeksSurely the suffering was almost over. The cost had been so high. Thousands of young men had come for jobs, Julia Aguiar 0 Reflecting on Prince Rupert’s Sunken GardensEntering Prince Rupert’s downtown via McBride Street is a journey that puts on display some of the best Prince Rupert Bruce Wishart 0 Building the First CanneryCharlie Lane was a man of opportunity. He was a self-styled “Colonel,” one of those San Francisco mining speculators who Susan Marsden 0 NuluIn 1998 I presented a paper at the Canadian Archaeological Association annual conference in Victoria, identifying major events in the Susan Marsden 0 Mrs BeesleyIn the mid1980s, I was researching the early history of Prince Rupert for the new Kwinitsa Railway Station Museum exhibits. Thoughts 0 Thoughts on HistoryI can only note that the past is beautiful because one never realizes an emotion at the time. It expands Bruce Wishart 2 Little DetailsThat Tell Big StoriesI was intrigued when Susan Marsden proposed the idea of this blog, with a few of us telling historical stories.