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James to Fort Mc Leod 1807 David Thompson visits the Kutenai.Kutenai House established 1808 Simon Fraser explores Fraser River and meets Indians at Lytton 1811 David Thompson reaches the mouth of the Columbia River 1811 The ship is captured and the crew killed in the Clayoquot area 1812 Fort Astoria acquired and renamed Fort George after War of 1812 1812 Astorian and Northwest Company establish posts in Kamloops 1820 Permanent HBC post established at Fort George 1821 Northwest Company and Hudson’s Bay Company merge, known as HBC 1822 Fort Kilmaurs (Babine) established 1824 Fatal epidemic (cause unidentified) in Columbia River drainage (to 1825) 1824 54° 40’ established as boundary separating American and Russian spheres of influence 1825 HBC becomes active on the northwest coast 1826 Fort Vancouver established by HBC on Columbia River 1827 Fort Langley established 1828 Chief Factor John Mc Loughlin takes charge of area west of the Rockies 1828 James Douglas is captured in Carrier territory and released after negotiations 1828 Clallum village shelled by HBC gunboat 1828 Fort Alexandria established 1829 Fort Halkett established by HBC on Liard River 1829 Rev.Jonathan Smith Green (Protestant) tours Northwest coast 1830 Indian Affairs transferred from military to civilian jurisdiction in the Canadas (east) 1830 First Chilcotin post established by HBC 1830s HBC begins innoculating Native people against small pox 1831 Fort Simpson built on Nass River then moved to Tsimshian Peninsula 1832 A. Anderson of the HBC arrives at the Columbia River 1833 Fort Mc Loughlin established in 1833 in Lama Passage, it was later abandoned in 1843 1834 James Douglas becomes Chief Trader of the HBC 1835 Coal deposit at Fort Rupert publicized 1836 HBC Chaplain and missionary Reverend Herbert Beaven arrives at Fort Vancouver 1836 Small pox epidemic in northern BC and southern Alaskan coast (to 1838) 1836 Indian reports of coal on Vancover Island confirmed 1837 Dease Lake post established by HBC 1838 HBC granted 21 year exclusive hunting and trading license to northwest coast 1838 First Roman Catholic priests arrive at Fort Vancouver (F. Demers) 1839 James Douglas becomes Chief Factor of HBC 1840s Jesuit Priest Father Pierre De Smet is in Kootenays and Okanagan 1840s Father John Nobilis active in northern New Caledonia 1842 Fort Victoria established by HBC 1842 Father Demers active in New Caledonia 1843 HBC begins laying out land boundaries 1846 Oregon Treaty establishes 49th parallel as US-British boundary 1846 HBC’s Pacific Headquarters shifts from Oregon (Columbia River) to Victoria 1846-7 A. Anderson explores routes between Thompson and Lower Fraser Rivers 1847 Measles epidemic (to 1850) 1848-9 Fort Hope established by HCB 1849 Royal Charter grants Vancouver Island to the HBC 1849 Richard Blanshard becomes first Governor of the Colony of Vancouver Island 1849 Chief Factor James Douglas receives direction to negotiate with VI Tribes 1849 Fort Rupert established by HBC to supply coal to an American steamship line 1849 Coal deposits at Nanaimo publicized 1850 Douglas concludes treaties in Victoria, Sooke & Metchosin 1850 Measles epidemic spreads from coast to interior 1850s OMI Bishop Pierre Paul Durieu comes to the Northwest coast 1850s Peter O’Reilly is Stipendiary Magistrate in Langley, then Fort Hope 1850-1 Royal Navy destroys Newitti Village 1851 Douglas becomes Governor but remains Chief Factor of the HBC (to 1858) 1851 Douglas concludes treaties in Fort Rupert 1851 Joseph Despard Pemberton becomes Colonial Surveyor 1851 Gunter’s Chain unit of land measurement introduced 1851 Gold found on Queen Charlotte Islands.Each month is packed with 30-50 great event choices: foodie, night out, active adventure, casual hangout…We are an invitation-only club of people like you spending social time having fun with like-minded people. You must be single and over 21 years of age to be a member of Events & Adventures.Run the Emperor's Challenge, a mountainside half-marathon, take in some music at the Grizfest outdoor music festival, participate in the Tumbler Ridge Golf & Country Club tournament, watch mushers race to the finish at the Wolverine Challenge Sled Dog Race, or enter a team in a winter bonspiel.Read More Visit Monkman Provincial Park to see Kinuseo Falls, explore caves, or embark on a challenging multi-day backcountry hiking trip along the Monkman Pass Memorial Trail (for experienced hikers).Tumbler Ridge also has an impressive fossil history including dinosaur remains, and is a UNESCO Global Geoparks.Tumbler Ridge's many annual festivals and events and endless seasonal recreation opportunities promise year-round entertainment.Gold mining licences introduced 1858 Edward Bulwer-Lytton is Secretary of State for the Colonies 1858 . Pemberton becomes Surveyor General of Vancouver Island 1859 Douglas appoints first Gold Commissioners & Stipendiary Magistrates 1859 Douglas reduces price of surveyed land 1859 First Methodist missionaries at work in BC 1859 Father Charles Pandosy (OMI) active in the Okanagan. Mary’s Catholic mission established near Mission City (to 1984) 1861 Gold discovered in the Upper Peace River region 1861 Harrison-Lillooet wagon road completed 1861 Proclamation consolidates laws relating to the settlement of unsurveyed crown lands 1861 1861 Gold Commissioners also become Assistant Commissioner of Lands 1861 John Carmichael Haynes is Gold Commissioner at Rock Creek 1861 Coqualeetza residential school established at Sardis (to 1940) 1861 1862 Cariboo region divided into two parts, Cariboo East & West (to 1865) 1862 Metlakatla mission established (to 1887) 1862 Thomas Crosby (Protestant) active in Nanaimo 1862 Indians allowed to pre-empt land conditionally 1862 Smallpox epidemic reduces aboriginal populations in BC (to 1863) 1862 Peak of the Cariboo Gold Rush 1862 Gold rush on Stikine 1862 Building of Cariboo Road between Yale and Barkerville commenced (completed in 1865) 1863 Royal Engineers recalled to England; some individuals stay in BC 1863 1863 William Cox is Justice of the Peace and Gold Commissioner for the Cariboo 1863 Road between Spence’s Bridge and Clinton completed 1863 Peter O’Reilly is a member of the BC Legislative Council (to 1871) 1863 St.New Caledonia becomes Colony of British Columbia 1858 James Douglas resigns from HBC to become Governor of mainland Colony of BC 1858 British government passes act establishing direct rule on the mainland 1858 Colonel R. Moody is Commissioner of Lands & Works (CLW) to 1864 1858 Royal Engineers undertake mapping of BC mainland 1858 Douglas reserves are laid out on BC mainland (to 1864) under Douglas’ policy 1858 Colonial proclamation states that all land is vested in the crown 1858 Indian people have right to pre-empt vacant crown land during Douglas’s governorship 1858 Oblates of Mary Immaculate establish a centre at Esquimalt 1858 Gunboats sent to New Caledonia (BC) 1858 Fraser River Gold Rush 1858 Steam boats penetrate Fraser River as far as Yale 1858 Pack trail is established between Yale and Lytton 1858 Construction of Harrison-Lillooet road commenced 1859 sets out Gold Commissioner’s duties and miners’ water rights 1859 HBC trading license on Vancouver Island expires. Catholic mission established 1859 Peter O’Reilly (Joseph Trutch’s brother-in-law) becomes Assistant Gold Commissioner 1859 Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts (Anglican) comes to BC 1859 Methodists E. Mary’s mission established by the Oblates 1864 Peter O’Reilly becomes Chief Gold Commissioner 1864 Western Union Telegraph Company decides to build telegraph through BC 1864 1864 Rev.