Maureen Atkinson & Ed Harrison - "Channeling Histories – The Dynamic Past of the Georgetown Sawmill”
From CTLT User on April 17th, 2019
Presentation date: April 17, 2019 ***Due to usage rights of the images used as part of this presentation, we will only be able to stream the audio from the event. *** Maureen Atkinson & Ed Harrison Present "Channeling Histories – The Dynamic Past of the Georgetown Sawmill” Where and what was Georgetown Mills? Georgetown was one of the first lumber mills on the North Coast of British Columbia. Located near Lax Kw'alaams this water-powered mill provided lumber to many of the small communities and fish packing plants on the coast for almost 100 years. In this presentation we will explore the many facets of the community as it struggled for a place in the history of the peoples of the North Coast.