Turner-Turner was an English big-game sportsman who hunted in the Skeena area from 1886 to 1888, and lived in Vancouver for a few months. In 1888 he left Victoria for England.

Author of:

Three Years' Hunting and Trapping in America and the Great Northwest, illustrated by Constance Hoare (London, Maclure & Co., 1888). Documents the author's B.C. travels, which extend along the coast, up the Skeena River to Babine Lake, and south through central B.C. His stops included Metlahkatla, Fort George, Alexandria, Kamloops, Vancouver and Victoria.

[BCBW 2004] "Early B.C."