ISENOR, Dick




Author Tags: Local History

Dick Isenor (b. 1928), Donna Watson (b. 1938) and Edith Stephens (b. 1929) worked as a team (Land of Plenty Enterprises) to produce three extensive and expensive histories, Land of Plenty: A History of the Comox District, One Hundred Spirited Years: A History of Cumberland, 1888-1988 and Edge of Discovery: A History of the Campbell River District. These three titles collectively total 1,207 pages and contain more than 1,500 photos. Related historical titles for the Comox area are Ben Hughes' History of the Comox Valley, 1862-1946, Winnifred Isbister's My Ain Folk and Reta Hodgins' Merville and Its Early Settlers, 1919-1985.

Author of:

Edge of Discovery: a History of the Campbell River District. Written by D. E. Isenor, E. G. Stephens and D. E. Watson. Ptarmigan Press, 1989.

Edited:

Land of Plenty: a History of the Comox District. D. E. Isenor, W. N. McInnis, E. G. Stephens and D. E. Watson, author-editors. Ptarmigan Press, 1987.
One Hundred Spirited Years: a History Of Cumberland, 1888-1988. Editors, D. E. Isenor, E. G. Stephens and D. E. Watson. Ptarmigan Press, 1988.

[BCBW 1992] "Local History"