Voices of British Columbia.
Voices of British Columbia. Between 1959 and 1966, the late CBC Radio journalist Imbert Orchard travelled across British Columbia with recording engineer Ian Stephen interviewing nearly a thousand of the province’s pioneers. The resulting collection - 2,700 hours of audiotapes describing both extraordinary events and everyday experiences - is considered by historians to be one of the best sources of primary information about the province.
Robert Budd, known to many as "Lucky", holds an MA in history, with a focus on oral history. He has worked with the CBC and the Royal British Columbia Museum preserving and restoring one of the largest oral history collections in the world. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia. Библиографические данные. Voices of British Columbia: Stories from Our Frontier.
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Robert "Lucky" Budd is a Canadian author, oral historian, and radio host. He is known for his books based upon the stories of British Columbia pioneers, as well as his book collaborations with artist Roy Henry Vickers. Budd received the nickname "Lucky" from his brother soon after his birth, and the name became his preferred moniker. He moved to Victoria from Toronto in 1995, taking a BA in Humanities from the University of Victoria, and touring with a rock band.
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BC Book Prizes By: BC Book Prizes. author of Voices of British Columbia: Stories from Our Frontier. shortlisted for the 2011 Bill Duthie Booksellers’ Choice Award.
There are tales about rawhiding to the Klondike; being rescued by the legendary Chief Capoose; of riding and racing horses standing up; of homesteading, birth and murder.
Echoes of British Columbia: Voices from the Frontier. Voices from the Skeena: An Illustrated Oral History. Sockeye Silver, Saltchuck Blue. Roy Henry Vickers, Robert Budd. Robert Budd, Roy Henry Vickers.
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The award is named in honour of BC bookseller Bill Duthie who founded Duthie Books in 1957 Robert Budd - Voices of British Columbia: Stories from Our Frontier (Douglas & McIntyre).
The award is named in honour of BC bookseller Bill Duthie who founded Duthie Books in 1957. It was first awarded in 1985 and was one of the original four prizes awarded by the BC Book Prizes. The prize used to be called "BC Booksellers' Choice Award in Honour of Bill Duthie" but the name was simplified in 2010 to align with the other BC Book Prizes. Winners and Finalists. Robert Budd - Voices of British Columbia: Stories from Our Frontier (Douglas & McIntyre). 2012 Chuck Davis – The Chuck Davis History of Metropolitan Vancouver (Harbour Publishing). Charlotte Gill - Eating Dirt (Greystone Books in partnership with the David Suzuki Foundation).