ES 481 Cultural Landscapes Map (2009)

Date Started: 

2009

Date Completed: 

2009

Year: 

2009
ES481-Cultural-Landscapes-Map

Voice and Vision: Stories of Dwelling on the UVic Landscape

ES 481
Landscape Reconstruction: Lessons in Applied Ethnoecological Research

Researching the cultural landscape of the University of Victoria, from meadow to totem pole, from farm to campus. We are applying the tools of ethnoecology to offer a meaningful description of the interrelationships between people and place. 

We have all accepted three key challenges:
1. Use multidisciplinary and integrative research to unveil and describe the layers of 'connectedness' between human societies and landscapes.
2. Don't give in to the allure of easy black and white answers, and 'sieze the grey,' the complex and often confusing suite of interrelationships among people and place.
3. Reach beyond the doom and gloom of current environmental issues and discover how people can 'dwell', and have dwelled for generations, within local landscapes in engaging and positive ways.

 All references, for all topics, are compiled into one page (found by clicking on the book icon on the map, but not on the image below)

Group 1: Agriculture (Melissa)

Title of Link: Finnerty Farm and Early Pioneer Land Entitlement

Melissa Hingson

1.Hingston, M. (2009). Finnerty apple tree.

2. Undetermined (1920). Michael Finnerty. British Columbia Archives: Visual Records. Catalogue Number: HP002792. Call Number: A-01286. Accession Number: 193501-001. Retrieved March 7, 2009 from http: //www .bcarchives.bc.ca

3. Heffernan, C. (nd). From the ice age to the glass age: A history of Gordon Head campus land – 11,000BC to 1970. Record Number 95-034: University of Victoria Archives.

4. ibid

5. Jupp, U. (1975). From cordwood to campus in Gordon Head: 1852-1959. Victoria, BC: Ursula Jupp.

6. Heffernan, C. (nd). From the ice age to the glass age: A history of Gordon Head campus land – 11,000BC to 1970. Record Number 95-034: University of Victoria Archives.

7. ibid

8. Castle, G. (1989). Saanich: An illustrated history. Victoria, B.C.: The Corporation of the District of Saanich.

9. Heffernan, C. (nd). From the ice age to the glass age: A history of Gordon Head campus land – 11,000BC to 1970. Record Number 95-034: University of Victoria Archives.

10. Unknown (1995). Gordon Head Exhibit Project – 7 Corel Drawings. Account Number 1995-034, File 1.21. Victoria BC: University of Victoria Archives.

11. Undetermined (ca. 1863). Sir James Douglas. British Columbia Archives: Visual Records. Catalogue Number: HP002652. Call Number: A-01228. Accession Number: 193501-001. Retrieved March 7, 2009 from http: //www .bcarchives.bc.ca

12. Heffernan, C. (nd). From the ice age to the glass age: A history of Gordon Head campus land – 11,000BC to 1970. Record Number 95-034: University of Victoria Archives.

13. Snuneymuxw First Nation (2009). Cultural Archives: Douglas Treaty. Retrieved March 7, 2009 from Snuneymuxw First Nation: http: //www .snuneymuxw.ca/

14. Heffernan, C. (nd). From the ice age to the glass age: A history of Gordon Head campus land – 11,000BC to 1970. Record Number 95-034: University of Victoria Archives.

15. Snuneymuxw First Nation (2009). Cultural Archives: Douglas Treaty. Retrieved March 7, 2009 from Snuneymuxw First Nation: http: //www .snuneymuxw.ca/

16. Heffernan, C. (nd). From the ice age to the glass age: A history of Gordon Head campus land – 11,000BC to 1970. Record Number 95-034: University of Victoria Archives.

 

The Hamsterley Jam Factory and the Strawberry Years

Melissa HIngston

17. The Corporation of the District of Saanich (2007). Significant heritage structures. Retrieved on March 7, 209 from http: //www .saanich.ca/

18. Castle, G. (1989). Saanich: An illustrated history. Victoria, B.C.: The Corporation of the District of Saanich.

19. The Corporation of the District of Saanich (2007). Significant heritage structures. Retrieved on March 7, 209 from http: //www .saanich.ca/

20. Heffernan, C. (nd). From the ice age to the glass age: A history of Gordon Head campus land – 11,000BC to 1970. Record Number 95-034: University of Victoria Archives.

21. Castle, G. (1989). Saanich: An illustrated history. Victoria, B.C.: The Corporation of the District of Saanich.

22. ibid.

23. Chapman, J.H.A. (1900). View of Shelbourne Valley, Victoria, from Mount Tolmie. British Columbia Archives: Visual Records. Catalogue Number: A-01057. Call Number: A-01057. Accession Number: 193501-001. Retrieved March 7, 2009 from http: //www .bcarchives.bc.ca

24. Castle, G. (1989). Saanich: An illustrated history. Victoria, B.C.: The Corporation of the District of Saanich.

25. Heffernan, C. (nd). From the ice age to the glass age: A history of Gordon Head campus land – 11,000BC to 1970. Record Number 95-034: University of Victoria Archives.

26. Jupp, U. (1988). Cadboro: a ship, a bay, a sea-monster, 1842-1958. Victoria, BC: The Estate of Ursula Jupp.

27. Maves, G.A. (ca. 1920). Coloured lantern slide of strawberry pickers in the Gordon Head district near Victoria; box 4 of accession. British Columbia Archives: Visual Records. Catalogue Number: HP096191. Call Number: H-02688. Accession Number: 198303-041. Retrieved March 7, 2009 from http: //www .bcarchives.bc.ca

28. Heffernan, C. (nd). From the ice age to the glass age: A history of Gordon Head campus land – 11,000BC to 1970. Record Number 95-034: University of Victoria Archives.

29. ibid

30. ibid

31. Jupp, U. (1988). Cadboro: a ship, a bay, a sea-monster, 1842-1958. Victoria, BC: The Estate of Ursula Jupp.

32. Anonymous (2009). Hamsterley Jam Factory Song: Fun recording of first 3 versus. Written copy of song from the University of Victoria Archives (Please see reference 42).

33. Undetermined (193-). Gordon Head Strawberry Farm; Victoria. British Columbia Archives: Visual Records. Catalogue Number: HP041134. Call Number: H-00984. Accession Number: 193501-001. Retrieved March 7, 2009 from http: //www .bcarchives.bc.ca

34. Heffernan, C. (nd). From the ice age to the glass age: A history of Gordon Head campus land – 11,000BC to 1970. Record Number 95-034: University of Victoria Archives.

35. ibid

36. Jupp, U. (1988). Cadboro: a ship, a bay, a sea-monster, 1842-1958. In ‘Photos and Illustrations’ section: #s 26 & 27. Victoria, BC: The Estate of Ursula Jupp.

37. Jupp, U. (1988). Cadboro: a ship, a bay, a sea-monster, 1842-1958. Victoria, BC: The Estate of Ursula Jupp.

38. Partners (2007). 2009 Saanich strawberry festival. Retrieved on Retrieved on March 7, 2009 from http: //www .harbourliving.ca/

39. Undetermined (189-). G.A. Vantreight (Sr.) farm showing Indians picking strawberries. British Columbia Archives: Visual Records. Catalogue Number: HP079865. Call Number: E-02057. Accession Number: 193501-001. Retrieved March 7, 2009 from http: //www .bcarchives.bc.ca

40. The Corporation of the District of Saanich (2007). Sunfest: strawberry festival. Retrieved on March 7, 209 from http: //www .saanich.ca/

41. Partners (2007). 2009 Saanich strawberry festival. Retrieved on Retrieved on March 7, 2009 from http: //www .harbourliving.ca/

42. Pease, A. (1916). Hamsterley jam factory song. University of Victoria Archives.

 

Group 2: CJVI Lands from 1970s-Present (Alex, Adrienne, Ildi)

Group 3: Transportation (Eric, Camellia)

General Transportation:

1. Virtual Museums, Canada. “Coast Salish Canoe Racing.” Living Tradition. 2002. Retrieved URL: March 18, 2009. http://www.virtualmuseum.ca/edu/ViewLoitCollection.do?method=preview&lang=EN&id=11829

2. JOHNSTON, C. FRED.. “Canoe, Dugout.” The Canadian Encyclopedia. 2009. Retrieved URL: March 18. 2009. http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/en/article/dugout-canoe/

3. “Tally-Ho Sightseeing.” History of Tally-Ho. 2005. Retrieved URL: March 19, 2009. http: //www .tallyhotours.com/history.htm

4. Smith, Garret. “Carriages at Douglas and Fort Street, Victoria” 189-. BC Archives. Call number: H-02528. Retrieved URL: March 19. 2009.

5. “Bicycle” Wikipedia . Retrieved URL: March 24. 2009

6. Smith, Garret. “Bicyclist on Fort Street.” 189-. BC Archives. Call number: H-02523. Retrieved URL: March 24. 2009.

7. Fraklin. “Cyclists in the May 24th Parade, Victoria.” 1900. BC Archives. Call number: H-02434. Retrieved URL: March 24. 2009.

8. “Esquimalt; Bicycle Race at the Naval Yard Canteen Grounds.” 1895. BC Archives. Call number: H-08470. Retrieved URL: March 24. 2009.

9. Turner, Robert D. “Vancouver Island Railroads.”Victoria, BC: Sono Nis Press, 1997.

10. Lady Smith “Early Automobile” 191-. BC Archives. Call number: E-02599. Retrieved URL: March 24. 2009. 

 

Group 4: Envisionings (Kathie, Crystal, Jasmine)

Landscape Restoration Box

1) School of Environmental Studies (2007). Ecological Restoration. University of Victoria. Retrieved March 18, 2009, from http: //web.uvic.ca/enweb/restoration/index.html

2) Hills, L. (2004).

Restoring the Past. The Ring [University of Victoria], 30(10), 1. Retrieved March 17, 2009, from

3) Facilities Management (2004).

Sustainability Report 2003-2004. University of Victoria. Retrieved March 18, 2009

4) Hills, L. (2004).

5) Facilities Management (2004).

Food & Sustainability

1) University of Victoria (2004).

Sustainability: Food. Retrieved March 16, 2009, from http: //web.uvic.ca/sustainability/Food.htm

2) UVIC Campus Community Gardens (2009).

About Us. Retrieved March 16, 2009, from http: //web.uvic.ca/~ccgarden/

 

History of Sustainability

1) Drengson, Alan. Environmental Studies from the Early Years, Impressionistic Reflections. Part One: Introduction, Distinctions and Caveats. February 28, 2007.

2) Drengson, Alan. Environmental Studies from the Early Years, Impressionistic Reflections. Part Three: Environmental Studies as UVic. February 28, 2007.

3) Sustainability Report 2006. University of Victoria. Retrieved March 16, 2009 from: https: //www .uvic.ca/sustainability/assets/docs/reports/sustainabilityreport2006.pdf

4) Walker, Heather. Towards a Sustainable Future: Mounds of Garbage and Flushing Toilets are all in a Days Work for These Student "Auditors". The Ring. February 16, 2000. Retrieved March 15, 2009 from: http: //ring.uvic.ca/00feb18/sustainable.html

5) Reynolds, Ellen. New Report Outlines UVic's Sustainability Initiatives. The Ring. October 2003, Vol 19, No 12. Retrieved March 15, 2009 from: http: //ring.uvic.ca/03oct02/news/sustainability.html

 

Group 5: Academic Places & Learning Clans (Mila, Lauren, Laura)

PHILOSOPHY

1) UVIC Department of Philosophy "Self-Study Undertaken in Preparation for an Academic Programme Review" November 2006.

2) Dr. Alan Drengson

3) UVIC Department of Philosophy "Self-Study Undertaken in Preparation for an Academic Programme Review" November 2006.

4) UVIC Department of Philosophy "External Review Committee Report" August 13, 2007

5) & 6) UVIC Department of Philosophy "Self-Study Undertaken in Preparation for an Academic Programme Review" November 2006.

7) & 8) UVIC Archives/ L. del Campo Photo

9) Dr. Jeff Foss

10) UVIC Department of Philosophy "Self-Study Undertaken in Preparation for an Academic Programme Review" November 2006.

11) Dr. Jeff Foss

 

Group 6: Historical Mapping (Natasha, Lucy, Sada)

1842

1) Lewes, A. Lee & James Douglas. “Ground Plan of Portion of Vancouver Island Selected for New Establishment” [map]. 1842. As reproduced by, Victoria B.C.: Baytext Maps, 2007 as “A Perfect ‘Eden’”.

2) Baskerville, P. A. (1986). Beyond the island: An illustrated history of Victoria. Burlington, Canada: Windsor Publications Ltd. 

 

1861

3) Day & Son (LITH RS) to the Queen. “Part of Victoria and Parts of Esquimalt Districts” [map]. 4 inches is equal to one English Mile. London: Lincolns-inn-fields, 1861.

4) Baskerville, P. A. (1986). Beyond the island: An illustrated history of Victoria. Burlington, Canada: Windsor Publications Ltd.

5) Jupp, U. (1975). From cordwood to campus in Gordon Head: 1852-1959. Victoria, Canada: Ursula Jupp.

6) Kluckner, M. (1986). Victoria: The way it was. Vancouver, Canada: Whitecap Books Limited.

 

1878

7) Grover, E.S. “Bird’s-Eye View of Victoria, Vancouver Island, B.C., 1878” [map]. Washington, D.C.: Library of congress. Provincial Archives of British Columbia reprint, 1976.

8) Gregson, H. (1970). A history of Victoria: 1842-1970. Victoria, Canada: The Victoria Observer Publishing Co. Ltd.

 

1893

9) Jörgenson, Gotfred. “Map of Victoria, British Columbia” [map]. Victoria, BC: M.W. Waitt & Co., 1893.

10) Baskerville, P. A. (1986). Beyond the island: An illustrated history of Victoria.Burlington, Canada: Windsor Publications Ltd.

11) Gregson, H. (1970). A history of Victoria: 1842-1970. Victoria, Canada: The Victoria Observer Publishing Co. Ltd.

 

1909

12) Geological Survey. “Victoria Sheet Vancouver Island, British Columbia” [map]. 1:62500 miles, 1” = 1 mile. Victoria, BC: Canada Department of Mines, 1909.

13) Jupp, U. (1975). From cordwood to campus in Gordon Head: 1852-1959. Victoria, Canada: Ursula Jupp.

 

1928

14) RCAF Photography. “Mosaic of Victoria” [map]. 1inch = 1000 feet (approx). Victoria, BC: Department of Lands, Forests &Water Resources, October 1928.

15) Baskerville, P. A. (1986). Beyond the island: An illustrated history of Victoria. Burlington, Canada: Windsor Publications Ltd.

16) Jupp, U. (1975). From cordwood to campus in Gordon Head: 1852-1959. Victoria, Canada: Ursula Jupp.

17) [aerial photographs], 1928. UVic – McPherson

 

1954

18) BC Government Air Photograph. “Aerial Photograph, April 1954. BC 1671, Photo 45” [aerial photographs]. Enlargement 6x5 dimensions. Victoria, BC: Department of Lands and Resources, 1954.

19) Jupp, U. (1975). From cordwood to campus in Gordon Head: 1852-1959. Victoria, Canada: Ursula Jupp.

20) Baskerville, P. A. (1986). Beyond the island: An illustrated history of Victoria. Burlington, Canada: Windsor Publications Ltd.

 

1968

21) BC Government Air Photograph. “Aerial Photograph, May 1968. BC 5284, Photo 257” [aerial photographs]. Enlargement 3x15 dimensions. Victoria, BC: Department of Land, Forest, and Water Resources, 1968.

22) Smith, P. L. & Segger, M. J. (1988). The development of the Gordon Head campus. Victoria, Canada: University of Victoria.

23) Baskerville, P. A. (1986). Beyond the island: An illustrated history of Victoria. Burlington, Canada: Windsor Publications Ltd.

24) Jupp, U. (1975). From cordwood to campus in Gordon Head: 1852-1959. Victoria, Canada: Ursula Jupp.

 

1970-1971

25) Bryant, John. “University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia” [map]. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria, 1970.

26) Smith, P. L. & Segger, M. J. (1988). The development of the Gordon Head campus. Victoria, Canada: University of Victoria.

27) UVic Call Number: 1971 G3514.54 v5:2u5 A4 1971 [aerial photograph]. 

 

1977

28) “Aerial Photograph, BC 5767, Photo 0150” [aerial photographs]. 1977.

29) Smith, P. L. & Segger, M. J. (1988). The development of the Gordon Head campus. Victoria, Canada: University of Victoria.

30) Jupp, U. (1975). From cordwood to campus in Gordon Head: 1852-1959. Victoria, Canada: Ursula Jupp.

31) “Aerial Photograph, BC 5767, Photo 0149” [aerial photographs]. 1977.

 

1994

32) University of Victoria. “UVic, University of Victoria” [map]. Victoria: University of Victoria, 1994.

33) Smith, P. L. & Segger, M. J. (1988). The development of the Gordon Head campus. Victoria, Canada: University of Victoria.

 

2003-2009

34) “Victoria & West Shore” [map]. 1: 28180. Victoria, BC: Davenport Maps Ltd, 2003.

35) “Aerial view of the University of Victoria” [aerial photographs]. Access 2007. 2007.

 

Group 7: Garry Oak Woodlands (Kate, Kirsten, Crystal)

Group 8: Mystic Vale (Yasser, Veronica)

1) Chamberlain, P. G (2001). Topomystica: Investigation into the concept of a mystic place. Journal of Cultural Geography, vol 19 (1), p97, 27p, 5 bw. Retrieved February 28, 2009, from the MasterFile Premier database.

2) Harrop, Hillary-Archibald (2007). University of Victoria natural features study: Bowker Creek, Cunningham Woods, Upper Hobbs Creek/Mystic Vale. Victoria, British Colombia, Canada: University of Victoria.

3) Keddie, G (1993). The confusing legend of the “Mystic Spring.” Royal B.C. Museum. Victoria, British Colombia, Canada: Public Relations & Information Services, University of Victoria.

4) Keddie, G (2003). Songhees pictorial: A history of the Songhees people as seen by outsiders. Victoria, British Colombia, Canada: Royal BC Museum.

5) M’Gonigle, M; Starke, J; and Penn, B (2006) Planet U: Sustaining the world, reinventing the university. Gabriola Island, British Colombia, Canada: New Society Publishers.

6) Omar, M; & Richard, J. H (2008). Change in historic fire disturbance in a Garry oak (Quercus garryana) meadow and Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) mosaic, University of Victoria, British Colombia, Canada: A possible link with  First Nations and Europeans. Forest Ecology and Management, 256, 1704- 1710. Retrieved March, 2009, from the ScienceDirect database.

7) Public Relations & Information Services (n.d.) Some facts about Mystic Vale Ecological Protection Area. Mystic Vale Ecological Protection Area: University of Victoria

8) Turner, J. N (2008, February). “Not from any old place.”Distinguished Professor Lecture. Lecture conducted at the University of Victoria. [DVD Recording]

 

Group 9: Public Art (Claire, Ashlene)

BRONZE PRIESTESS

1. Bronze Priestess. (Sep 9, 1988). The Ring [University of Victoria], 14(14), 3.

2. Elza Mayhew: (1916-2004). (n.d.) Maltwood Art Museum & Gallery Online Inventory. March 19, 2009

3. Intersections: The Art of Jan Zach. (Jan 27, 2003). Williamette University. March 19, 2009, from http: //blog.willamette.edu/news/archives/2003/01/intersections_t.php

4. Petch, Howard E. (Nov 25, 1989). Citation Read on the Occasion of the Granting of the Degree of Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts to Elza Lovitt Mayhew. Senate of the University of Victoria.

5. Skelton, Robin. (1972). The Limners. Victoria BC: Pharos Press.

6. U988.11.1. (n.d.) Maltwood Art Museum & Gallery Online Inventory. March 19, 2009

 

COAST SPIRIT

1. Biography of Walter C. Koerner. (Sep 1, 1997). Walter C. Koerner Library: The University of British Columbia Library. March 19, 2009, from http: //www .library.ubc.ca/koerner/celebration/wkoerner.html.

2. Coast Spirit. (Spring 2004). UVic Torch Alumni Magazine [University of Victoria], 36. March 19, 2009, from http: //torch.uvic.ca/torch2004s/torch_2004S.pdf.

3. Elza Mayhew: (1916-2004). (n.d.) Maltwood Art Museum & Gallery Online Inventory. March 19, 2009, from http: //www .maltwood.uvic.ca/newmis/index.php?artist_id=343& artist_action=info.

4. Intersections: The Art of Jan Zach. (Jan 27, 2003). Williamette University. March 19, 2009, from http: //blog.willamette.edu/news/archives/2003/01/intersections_t.php.

5. Petch, Howard E. (Nov 25, 1989). Citation Read on the Occasion of the Granting of the Degree of Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts to Elza Lovitt Mayhew. Senate of the University of Victoria.

6. Skelton, Robin. (1972). The Limners. Victoria BC: Pharos Press.

 

ELLIOT TOTEM POLE

1. Charles W. Elliott - Brentwood Bay. (2005). Order of British Columbia. March 19, 2009, from http: //www .protocol.gov.bc.ca/protocol/prgs/obc/2005/2005_Elliott.htm.

2. Learneds Gather Here. (Summer, 1990). UVic Torch Alumni Magazine [University of Victoria], 9(3), 15.

3. Learneds to Leave Landmark Legacy. (March 19, 1990). The Ring [University of Victoria], 16(6), 1.

4. Legend of the Totem Pole. (Autumn, 1990). UVic Torch Alumni Magazine [University of Victoria], 10(1), 9.

 

EMPOWERMENT

1. Lasting Legacy. (June 5, 2003). The Ring [University of Victoria], 29(9). March 19, 2009, from http: //ring.uvic.ca/03jun05/convocation/index.html.

2. Signs of Lekwungen - Lower Causeway Site by Butch Dick. (Sep 30, 2008). Landmarks: Public Art in the Capital Regional District. March 19, 2009, from http: //www .landmarkspublicart.ca/detail.aspx?id=305.

3. UVSS Grad Class of 2003. (June 7, 2003). Empowerment. Plaque in front of Totem Pole.

 

MCPHERSON LIBRARY RELIEF

6. Lee, J. 1999. Uvic Campus is and outdoor art gallery. The Ring. http: //ring.uvic.ca/99feb05/gallery.html

7. Library History hhttp: //library.uvic.ca/site/lib/admin/history.html

8. City of Vancouver http: //vancouver.ca/publicart.exe/indiv_artist?pnArtist_ID=86

9. Vancouver Park Board: Arts and Culture http: //vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/arts-and-culture.aspx

10. McPherson Library Overview, University of Victoria, 1964

11. Halliwell, W. 1964. University of Victoria Library.

 

THE RAVEN SOARING AND EAGLE ON THE DECAYED POLE

1. Henry Hunt. (n.d.). Royal BC Museum Online Exhibits: Thunderbird Park- Place of Cultural Sharing. March 19, 2009

2. Honorary Degree Recipients. (May 27, 1983). The Ring [University of Victoria]. 9(16), 5.

3. Hunt, Henry: The Raven Soaring; Totem Pole. (n.d.). Maltwood Art Museum & Gallery Online Inventory. March 19, 2009, from http: //maltwood.uvic.ca/newmis/index.php?sc_id=4.

4. Lee, John. (Feb 1999). UVic Campus is an Outdoor Art Gallery. The Ring [University of Victoria], March 19, 2009, from http: //ring.uvic.ca/99feb05/gallery.html.

5. Thunderbird Park Annual Reports: 1965. (n.d.). Royal BC Museum Online Exhibits: Thunderbird Park- Place of Cultural Sharing. March 19, 2009

 

ROUGH TRADE

1. The Williams Legacy: Contemporary Art of the Pacific Northwest http: //www .maltwood.uvic.ca/mcw/

2. Greg Snider http: //www .gregsnider.ca/

3. Maltwood Art Museum & Gallery http: //www .maltwood.uvic.ca/

4. City of Vancouver http: //vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/public-art.aspx

5. The Ring. Sept.6, 2001. Williams Estate Provides “an incredible gift” for UVic. http: //ring.uvic.ca/01sep06/williams-estate.html

 

 

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