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Kanaka Village, Vancouver Barracks 1974

David H. Chance

Kanaka Village, Vancouver Barracks 1974

by David H. Chance

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Published by Office of Public Archaeology, University of Washington in Seattle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Washington (State) -- Vancouver.,
  • Vancouver Barracks, Wash. -- Antiquities.,
  • Kanaka Village, Wash -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David H. Chance and Jennifer V. Chance ; with historical appendix by J. Steven Addington ; and bead and button analyses by J. M. Storm.
    SeriesReports in highway archaeology -- no. 3.
    ContributionsChance, Jennifer V.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination306 p. :
    Number of Pages306
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14353344M

    The mill and its associated structures at Vancouver Barracks eventually covered fifty acres south of old Upper Mill Road, including the Hudson's Bay Company's Fort Vancouver site. Operations began on February 7, ; it had taken forty-five working days from ground-breaking to opening ceremonies. Above, a map of the Vancouver Barracks from the s shows the Catholic mission at the lower left portion of the map but no cemetery. By that time, it had been abandoned. however, in the northwest corner of the map, the cemetery the U.S. Army established in the s is depicted.

    Artillery Barracks at The Historic Trust (formerly Fort Vancouver National Trust) Whether you're planning an intimate dinner corporate retreat for 50 or a grand reception, The Historic Trust in Vancouver, WA offers a unique historic venue to fit your celebration and meeting space needs.   These included Kanaka Creek, Kanaka Glade, Kanaka Dam, Kanaka Flat, Kanaka City, Kanaka Diggings, Kanaka Ravine, Kanaka Hill and Kanaka Town. Of the two Kanaka Bars in El Dorado County, the one nearest Kanaka Valley was located on the South Fork of the American River, between Coloma and Mormon Island, about where Weber Creek empties into the river.

    Photo, Print, Drawing Vancouver Barracks, Camp Killpack, Vancouver, Clark County, WA Enlarge View 4 images in sequence. [ Photos from Survey HABS WA ]. Before being renamed the Vancouver Barracks, the post had three previous names: Camp Vancouver (), Columbia Barracks (), Fort Vancouver (). The original army contingent had arrived on , to protect settlers and to police the Oregon Territory.


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Kanaka Village, Vancouver Barracks 1974 by David H. Chance Download PDF EPUB FB2

Kanaka Village, Vancouver Barracks Seattle: Office of Public Archaeology, University of Washington, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David H Chance; Jennifer V Chance. The numbers of Hawaiian employees increased, such that by the s the village became known as "Kanaka Town," or "Kanaka Village," referring to the Hawaiian word for "person." Not only was the village a living quarters for the Company employees, it was also crucial in establishing the U.S.

Army as a permanent presence in the Pacific Northwest. Kanaka Village / Vancouver BarracksReports In Highway Archaeology 3 [David H. and Chance, Jennifer V. with Historical Appendix by Addington, J.

Steven Chance] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. HBC Kanaka Village/Vancouver Barracks Reports in Highway Archaeology 8. Seattle: Office of Public Archaeology, University of Washington, Caywood, Louis.

Final Report Fort Vancouver Excavations. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, July Chance David and Chance, Jennifer. Kanaka Village, Vancouver Barracks This was taken a step further in when a acre ( km 2) area Vancouver Barracks 1974 book the fort, including Kanaka Village, the Vancouver Kanaka Village and the bank of the river, was established as the Vancouver National Historic Reserve maintained by the National Park Service.

It is possible to tour the on: Vancouver, Washington, United States. Cite this Record. Kanaka Village / Vancouver Barracks, David H. Chance. (tDAR id: ). Kanaka Village / Vancouver Barracks David H. Chance, Jennifer V. Chance. Office of Public Archaeology Reports In Highway Archaeology,1.

Seattle, WA: University of Washington. ( Cited by: Chance and Chance, Kanaka Village/Vancouver Barracks,by Roderick Sprague MacColl, The Shaping of a City, by P.

Merriam Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Nancy Pryor. Because of its significance in United States history a plan was put together to preserve the location. The HBC Fort Vancouver was declared a U.S. National Monument on Jand redesignated as Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on J This was taken a step further in when a acre ( km 2) area around the fort, including Kanaka Village, the Vancouver Barracks.

Kanaka Village, Vancouver Barracks Reports in Highway Archaeology No. Charleston, West Virginia. Clark, Hayla The Tin Can Book. New American Library, New York. Collar, Helen Mormon Land Policy on Beaver Island. Michigan History The Pre-Mormon Settlement on Beaver Island, Kanakas were workers from various Pacific Islands employed in British colonies, such as British Columbia (Canada), Fiji, and Queensland (Australia) in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

They also worked in California and Chile (see Easter Island and Rapanui people as related subjects). "Kanaka", originally referred only to native Hawaiians, from their own name for themselves, kānaka ʻōiwi.

Vancouver Barracks is an American Military Post which currently () is home to the th and th divisions of the U.S. Army Reserve. It is located just north of the Fort Vancouver and south and west of Vancouver's historic Officer's Row.

This first American military post in the Pacific Northwest was established in May in response to killings of Marcus and Narcissa Whitman in References Cited Aalen, F.H.A., Kevin Whelan, and Matthew Stout Cultural Resource Series Number 6.

Bureau of Land Management, Utah State Office, Salt Lake City. Bernard, Richard M. Kanaka Village, Vancouver Barracks Reports in Highway Archaeology No.

Charleston, West Virginia. Charlton, Faith. Kanaka Village/Vancouver Barracks University of Washington, Reports in Highway Archaeology No. Seattle. Chance, David H., and Jennifer V. Chance () Kanaka Village/Fort Vancouver Barracks - Reports in Highway Archaeology No.

Office of Public Archaeology, University of Washington, Seattle. Christianson, D. ENDNOTES. Royce Pollard, "The Presence and Missions of the United States Army at Vancouver Barracks, Vancouver, Washington, ," p.

Oregonian, 6 April Ibid., 14 August ; 7 December Ibid., 6 April ; 2, 19 February ; 28 December ; 25 January Vancouver Evening Columbian, 19 April15 June23 July Kanaka Village/Vancouver Barracks, by David H. Chance, Jennifer V. Chance Kanaka Village/Vancouver Barracks, by David H.

Chance, Jennifer V. Chance (pp. Vancouver Barracks () - Established first as Columbia Barracks 13 May by Captain John S. Hatheway (Cullum ) and two companies of the 1st U.S. Artillery in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington.

Renamed Fort Vancouver (2) 13 Jul and finally named Vancouver Barracks 5 Apr Abandoned in See also Fort Vancouver (1) and Vancouver Arsenal. Officers Row, a part of the Vancouver National Historic Reserve Historic District, is a congregation of 21 of the former homes of U.S. military officers stationed at the Vancouver Barracks in Vancouver, Washington.

The oldest of the homes, named the Grant House (after Ulysses S. Grant, who was stationed at the barracks as a Captain at that time but never lived in the house), dates from Vancouver and the U.S. Army Vancouver Barracks (Vancouver, Washington) Vancouver is the largest city in Clark County.

It grew out of the Hudson's Bay Company stockade and homes of its employees around it. Fort Vancouver was not just a trading post. Afterit was the regional headquarters of all the Company's operations.

Archaeology and the Fur Trade: The Excavation of Sturgeon Fort, Kanaka Village/Fort Vancouver Barracks - Reports in Highway A r chaeol ogy. Book Co., Oakville, : Michael Pfeiffer. Robert John Bonham. Author(s): Bonham, Robert John. Title: Some common aesthetic tendencies manifested in examples of pioneer American cabins and Old Harp music and in selected works of H.H.

Richardson and Charles E. Ives / Year:Description: xi, p.: ill., maps, music. Language: English SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Hymns, English -- History and criticism.About the Spirit Tales of the Vancouver Barracks Tour: The walking tour takes place in Vancouver, Washington, at the historic Vancouver Barracks.

The tours run June through November The Vancouver Barracks was founded inand members of .much to the disappointment of the citizens of Vancouver. Vancouver Barracks Pearson Air Park Located on the east edge of Vancouver barracks, the air field attracted early aviators as well as the military.

The Army Air Corps used the site as an operational base for forest fire patrol in and soon a commercial field started up net to it.