LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S, Medal for Historical Writing




Winners of the Lieutenant Governor's Medal for B.C. Historical Writing, an annual competition for authors of British Columbia historical titles, sponsored by the B.C. Historical Society:

2005
Derek Hayes. Historical Atlas of Vancouver and the Lower Fraser Valley (D&M $49.95). 1-55365-107-3

2004
Nancy J. Turner. Plants of the Haida Gwaii.

2003
Jean Barman: Sojourning Sisters: The Lives and Letters of Jessie and Annie McQueen

2002
Francis Mansbridge: Launching History: The Saga of Burrard Dry Dock

2001
Milton Parent: Circle of Silver

2000
Richard Sommerset Mackie: Island Timber: A Social History of the Comox Logging Company, Vancouver Island

1999
Lilia D’Acres and Donald Luxton: Lions Gate

1998
Kathryn Bridge: By Snowshoe, Buckboard and Steamer: Women of the Frontier

1997
Richard Somerset Mackie: Trading Beyond the Mountains: The British Fur Trade on the Pacific 1793–1843

1996
Richard J. Cannings and Sydney G. Cannings: British Columbia: A Natural History

1995
Christine Frances Dickinson & Diane Solie Smith: Atlin: The Story of British Columbia's Last Gold Rush

1994
Tom Henry: The Good Company: An Affectionate History of the Union Steamships

1993
Allison Mitcham: Taku: The Heart of North America's Last Great Wilderness

1992
James R. Gibson: Otter Skins, Boston Ships and China Goods

1991
Geoff Meggs: Salmon: The Decline of the West Coast Fishery

1990
Paul Tennant: Aboriginal People and Politics: The Indian Land Question in British Columbia, 1849-1989

1989
John Hayman: Robert Brown and the Vancouver Island Exploring Expedition

1988
Peter B. Waite: Lord of Point Grey: Larry MacKenzie of UBC

and

Bridget Moran: Stoney Creek Woman: Sai'k'uz Ts'eke: The Story of Mary John

1987
Lynne Bowen: Three Dollar Dreams

1986
Charles Lillard: Seven Shillings a Year: The History of Vancouver Island

1985
John Norris: Old Silverton 1891–1930

1984
Barry M. Gough: Gunboat Frontier British Maritime Authority and Northwest Coast Indians. 1846–1890

1983
Daphne Sleigh: Discovering Deroche: From Nicomen to Lake Errock