Artist Title Album
Alan Pickard
Eric Holdijk

Interview - Alan Pickard, part three: the 'how' and 'why' historical research, and the 'who' of early BC exploration.

"That’s why I’m interested in bridges. Bridges tend to be a focal point…so people came from all angles to this point…so I thought ‘Ah! If I actually start researching bridges, just as a topic, and forget everything else, I’ll find out everything else.’”

Endnotes

A great written complimentary to Alan's interviews is this online exhibit by Brenda Guernsey titled Spanning the Distance: Aboriginal Bridges of Northwestern British Columbia.

Local cartographer Morgan Hite profiled Simon McGillivray's map in his Northword column.

If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to check out part one and part two of Alan's interview as well.

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