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Copy of letter to A.E. Munn from T.G. Murphy, Superintendent of Indian Affairs. RE: Damage to Squamish Indian Reserve by flooding of Squamish River.
Description
Media Type
Text
Item Type
Correspondence
Description
Three sets of correspondence regarding the Indian Department and flooding. A.E. Munn in the letter addressed to T.G. Murphy notes with reference to the Squamish River published in the Vancouver Daily Province, of how the 'Indian agent' had neglected his duty and as a result, the land reserve washing away. It suggests that protection work be implemented.
Date of Original
July 1934
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
A.E. Munn, T.G. Murphy, Dr. Paul
Corporate Name(s)
Department of National Defence
Collection
Digitization of the Squamish Board of Trade Correspondence Documents from 1926
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.42094 Longitude: -75.69029
  • British Columbia, Canada
    Latitude: 49.74967 Longitude: -123.13597
Donor
Squamish Chamber of Commerce
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Box 1039
Squamish, BC V8B0A7
604-892-3110
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Copy of letter to A.E. Munn from T.G. Murphy, Superintendent of Indian Affairs. RE: Damage to Squamish Indian Reserve by flooding of Squamish River.


Three sets of correspondence regarding the Indian Department and flooding. A.E. Munn in the letter addressed to T.G. Murphy notes with reference to the Squamish River published in the Vancouver Daily Province, of how the 'Indian agent' had neglected his duty and as a result, the land reserve washing away. It suggests that protection work be implemented.