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Acknowledgement and Additional Resources


Revelstoke Museum and Archives gratefully acknowledges the support of the following individuals and organizations who assisted in the creation of this exhibit:

  • Arrow Lakes Historical Society, Nakusp, B.C.
  • Touchstones Museum, Archives and Gallery, Nelson, B.C.
  • City of Vancouver Archives, Vancouver, B.C.
  • Vancouver Library Archives, Vancouver, B.C.
  • BC Hydro
  • Tourism Revelstoke
  • Eileen Delehanty Pearkes, author of “A River Captured”, interviewee and advisor
  • Shelly Boyd, Sinixt/Arrow Lakes facilitator, Colville Confederated Tribes, interviewee and advisor
  • Bill Green, director of the Canadian Columbia River Inter-tribal Fisheries Commission, interviewee
  • Bruce Tillen, former resident of Arrowhead, interviewee
  • Brian Gawiuk, Revelstoke, interviewee
  • Marris Gawiuk, Revelstoke, interviewee
  • Ron Gawiuk, Revelstoke, interviewee
  • Walter Bobicki, Revelstoke, interviewee
  • Kate Borucz, Revelstoke, interviewee
  • Harold Catherwood, Revelstoke, interviewee
  • Nancy Martin, Revelstoke,  interviewee
  • Joyce Hall Taylor, provided family photographs
  • Leonard Lazzarotto, provided family photographs
  • Don Daem, Beaton, provided information
  • Mike Graeme, photographer
  • Holly Rosenberger, photographer
  • Bjorn Patterson, photographer
  • Bruno Long, photographer
  • Rob Buchanan, photographer
  • Agathe Bernard, filmmaker

The exhibit was researched and written by Cathy English, curator of Revelstoke Museum and Archives, and produced by Madison Bridal, Rachael Lewis, and Mandy Broberg, project managers at Revelstoke Museum and Archives.

French translation by Sarra Dupuis and corrections by Christine Sylvain.

Additional Resources:

For more information on the Columbia River Treaty, visit this website: Columbia River Treaty News and Resources

To view the full video interviews please visit the Revelstoke Museum and Archives YouTube Channel.

Visit the onsite Stories Beneath the Surface exhibit at Revelstoke Museum and Archives. Additional information on the subject is accessible in the archives upon request.