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

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Bibliography

Manuscript Collections

Archives of the Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Kootenay. Kelowna

Archives of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Windsor Station, Montreal

Archives of the Rossland Historical Museum

Bourke, Colleen Toppings. Collection. Special Collections Division, University of British Columbia Library

Cominco Papers. Add. Mss. 15. Add. Ms. 2500, BC Archives and Records Service

Guildhall Library, London. Financial Reports, Stock Exchange Records

Harris, J.M. Papers. Old West Museum, Penticton

Hill, James J. Papers. Held at the James Jerome Hill Reference Library, St. Paul, Minnesota

International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers. Papers. Special Collections Division, University of British Columbia Library

Loch Muniments. GD 268. Scottish Record Office, Edinburgh

McCluskey, Henry Stanley. Collection. Arizona Collection. University Libraries, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

One Big Union. Vertical File 213, Special Collections Division, University of British Columbia Library

Rossland Vertical File. Microfilm Reel 122, exposures 1187-1617. BC Archives and Records Service

Shaughnessy Letterbooks. Microfilm copy. National Archives of Canada

Western Federation of Miners Collection. Western Historical Collections. Norlin Library, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado


Government Records

Unpublished

British Columbia. Attorney Generals Papers. BC Archives and Records Service

British Columbia. 'Minutes of Evidence of the B.C. Commission on Labour, 1912-1914.' Typescript. GR 684. BC Archives and Records Service

British Columbia. Premiers Papers. BC Archives and Records Service

Canada. Federal Royal Commissions. 'Report of the Commission Relating to Unrest and Discontent among Miners and Mine Owners in the Province of British Columbia.' Report No. 91. Typescript 1899

Canada. Mackenzie King Diaries. Mackenzie King Papers. MG 26-J. National Archives of Canada

Canada. Laurier Papers. MG 26-G. National Archives of Canada

Canada. Borden Papers. MG 26-H. National Archives of Canada

Published

British Columbia. Sessional Papers, Annual Reports of the Minister of Mines

British Columbia. Provincial Bureau of Mines. 'Report on the Trail Creek Mining District.' Bulletin No. 2 prepared by William A. Carlyle. Victoria 1896

British Columbia. Provincial Bureau of Mines. 'Report on the Slocan, Nelson and Ainsworth Mining Districts in West Kootenay, British Columbia.' Bulletin No. 3 Prepared by William A. Carlyle. Victoria 1897

Canada. House of Commons. Debates

Canada. Labour Gazette, Ottawa

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