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Lynne Stonier-Newman; Peter O’Reilly – The colonials who decreed and imposed British Columbia’s Indian Reserve Lands


A creative non-fiction BC history, told from O’Reilly’s perspective. e was BC Gold Commissioner and County Court Judge, then in 1880, designated reserve lands as Canada’s BC Indian Reserve Lands Commissioner 1880-1898. Married to Caroline Trutch, sister of BC’s first Lieutenant Governor, their Esquimalt home is now BC Heritage’s Point Ellice House. O’Reilly’s tumultuous decades include confederation with the neophyte Canada, when BC had less than 10,000 non-native residents, and the CPR’s construction era. (originally pub. TouchWood 2010)

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