HARRIS, Lorraine




Author Tags: Cariboo, Gold, Local History, Transportation

Lorraine Harris was born in Vancouver and raised in Ocean Falls from 1918 until 1939, before moving to Nanaimo. She has written numerous B.C. histories, mainly about the B.C. Interior in general and Barkerville in particular. Her 1977 history of Lillooet is Halfway to the Goldfields.

Author of:

Barkerville: the Town That Gold Built. Hancock House, 1984.
Fraser Canyon: From Cariboo Road to Super Highway. Hancock House, 1984.
Gold Along the Fraser. Hancock House, 1984.
British Columbia's Own Railroad (Hancock, 1982)
Halfway to the Goldfields: A History of Lillooet (Vancouver: J.J. Douglas, 1977).

Co-author of:

Vancouver, Once Upon a Time (Radio Station DJOR, 1974).

[BCBW 2005] "Local History" "Gold" "Cariboo" "Transportation"