Volume 4, Number 1 (Spring 1988) – Slabtown

Officers' Quarterly Volume 4, Number 1 (Spring 1988) - Slabtown

Officers’ Quarterly Volume 4, Number 1 (Spring 1988) – Slabtown

Contents:
“President’s Perspective” by J. Gideon Mersereau (page 2)

“Slabtown: What’s in a name?”by D. Murray Young (page 3)

Abstract:
This article describes the community endearingly known as ‘Slabtown’ in Marysville because of the slabs of wood milled there. It describes the mills and businesses as well as the favorite gathering places of the children.

“Frognotes” (page 7)

“A Large Frog” by Avery Morehouse (page 7)

“Curator’s Corner: The Spring Sing (Artistic Traditions of Canada’s First Peoples)” by Cynthia Wallace-Casey (page 9)

“Relationships to the North” by Chris Turnbull (page 11)

“Society Acquisitions” (page 13)

“Society News” (page 15)

“President’s Last Word” by H. G. Quinlan (page 17)

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