RAMSEY, Bruce




Author Tags: Cariboo, Gold, Local History, Mining, Mitchell Press

Born in Nakusp, Bruce Ramsey grew up in West Vancouver. For many years he was the librarian for the Vancouver Province. He was a past-president of the Vancouver Section of the B.C. Historical Association.

BOOKS:

A History of the German-Canadians in British Columbia (Vancouver Alpen Club, 1958).
Barkerville: a Guide in Word and Picture to the Fabulous Gold Camp of the Cariboo (Mitchell Press, 1961, 1966, 1970, 1972, 1974)
PGE--Railway to the North (Mitchell Press, 1962)
Ghost Towns of British Columbia (Mitchell Press Ltd., 1963, 1966, 1968, 1970, 1971)
Britannia: the Story of a Mine (Britannia Beach Community Club, 1967)
Mining in Focus: An Illustrated History of Mining in British Columbia (Self-published, Vancouver: Agency Press / Briden, Anfield & Co., 1968)
The Big Dam Country, a Pictorial Record of the Development of the Peace River Country. Co-authored with Dan Murray (In Focus Publications, 1969)
Rain People: The Story of Ocean Falls, British Columbia (Ocean Falls Centennial '71 Committee, 1971; Kamloops: Wells Gray Tours Ltd., 1997)
Five Corners: the Story of Chilliwack. Chilliwack Historical Society, 1975.
A Place of Excellence: a Chronicle of West Vancouver, 1912-1987 (The Corporation of the District of West Vancouver, 1986)
Barkerville: a Guide to the Fabulous Cariboo Gold Camp. (Mitchell Press, 1977; Sunfire Publications, 1987)
100 Years of Coal Mining: The Elk River Valley (Ramsey Publications,
Sparwood, British Columbia, 1997)

[BCBW 2003] "German"