Roaring Days: Rossland's Mines and the History of British Columbia

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Illustrations, Figures, and Maps
Illustrations
16 Excavation begins on No. 1 shaft of Rossland's California Mine. Courtesy National Archives of Canada, C-7861
20 Underground workers in Rossland's City of Spokane Mine. Courtesy Albertype Company/ National Archives of Canada, PA-46001
25 Le Roi's ore pile, ca. 1896. Courtesy National Archives of Canada, C-81456
28 The first shipment of Le Roi ore to go via railway to the Trail smelter. Courtesy National Archives of Canada, C-7859
41 Photo collage of 'Residences of Spokane Mining Men' in July 1899 issue of the SpokesmanReview Quarterly. Courtesy University of British Columbia Library, Special Collections and University Archives Division
51 A dignified group posing with their tea cups at Mrs. Baine's garden party for Sir Charles Ross in 1896. Courtesy Rossland Historical Museum, catalogue no. 42-3768
59 Whitaker Wright addressing shareholders at a meeting of the London and Globe Finance Corporation in late 1900. Courtesy University of British Columbia Library, Special Collections and University Archives Division
64 Premier Turner paying a visit to the Centre Star Mine in 1896. Courtesy Rossland Historical Museum, catalogue no. 53-18605
70 Idealized sketch of a working mine prepared by Bernard MacDonald, manager of Rossland's Le Roi Mine, in 1903. Courtesy University of British Columbia Library, Special Collections and University Archives Division
72 Illustration of the Le Roi workings, published in New York's Engineering and Mining Journal in 1903. Courtesy University of British Columbia Library, Special Collections and University Archives Division
73 View of the War Eagle Mine's 625-foot level, where four miners were killed in June 1899. Courtesy Rossland Historical Museum, catalogue no. 1278
90 Members of the carpenters' union marching with their banner during Rossland's Labour Day festivities in 1900. Courtesy Rossland Historical Museum, catalogue no. 2925
93 A group of Le Roi miners on the 500-foot level. Courtesy Carpenter & Millar/National Archives of Canada, PA-51326
98 A group of miners at the Centre Star posing in their work clothes. Courtesy Rossland Historical Museum, catalogue no. 1849
117 A group of female hockey players posing in the Rossland skating rink. Courtesy Rossland Historical Museum
123 A colourful parade of members of Rossland's Chinese community. Courtesy Rossland Historical Museum, catalogue no. 799
126 Residents of Rossland celebrating the news of the relief of the British troops at Mafeking during the South African War. Courtesy Rossland Historical Museum, catalogue no. 6
135 A view west down Rossland's Columbia Avenue, ca. 1901. Courtesy National Archives of Canada, PA-28965
142 Members of the country's corporate elite visiting Rossland in September 1900. Courtesy Rossland Historical Museum, catalogue no. 42-1948
153 A rock drilling contest in Sandon in 1904. Courtesy University of British Columbia Library, Special Collections and University Archives Division, no. BC 235
158 A band assembling in front of the Rossland miners' union hall. Courtesy Rossland Historical Museum

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