HULLAND, Susan




Author Tags: Local History

Born in Vernon, B.C. on April 24, 1946, Susan Hulland wrote The History of the Pilot Bay Lighthouse (Friends of Kootenay Park, 1996). With A. Terry Turner she co-wrote Impressions of the Past: The Early History of the Communities of Crawford Bay, Gray Creek, Kootenay Bay, Pilot Bay and Riondel, on the East Shore of Kootenay Lake, British Columbia. It was a runner-up for the B.C. Historical Federationís Lieutenant-Governorís Medal for History. Contact: Riondel & Area Historical Society, Box 201, Riondel BC V0B 2B0. They also co-authored Remember When... Celebrating 100 Years of Crawford Bay on Kootenay Lake, B.C. (self-published, 2004). Contact: Riondel & Area Historical Society, Box 201, Riondel BC V0B 2B0.

EMPLOYMENT OTHER THAN WRITING: storytelling, interpretive guiding

BOOKS:

The History of the Pilot Bay Lighthouse (Friends of Kootenay Park, 1996).

Impressions of the Past: The Early History of the Communities of Crawford Bay, Gray Creek, Kootenay Bay, Pilot Bay and Riondel, on the East Shore of Kootenay Lake, British Columbia (Riondel & Area Historical Society, Box 201, Riondel BC V0B 2B0). With Terry Hunter.

Shipwreck on Kootenay Lake: The Story of the S.S. City of Ainsworth (The Kootenay Lake Environmental Education Centre Society, Box 20 Crawford Bay, BC, V0B 1E0, 2000).

Remember When... Celebrating 100 Years of Crawford Bay on Kootenay Lake, B.C. (self-published, 2004). Contact: Riondel & Area Historical Society, Box 201, Riondel BC V0B 2B0.

[BCBW 2005] "Local History"