Kwant’Stan – The Golden Ears, Don Waite

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Kwant’Stan – The Golden Ears, Don Waite.  Volume 1: Lost Mine of Pitt Lake, B.C.’s Oldest Church, Canada’s First Train Robbery. Written and published by author, Maple Ridge, BC., 1972.  First Edition. Staples card covers. 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall. 75 pages including illustrations and photographs.  Light wear to covers and a corner fold back top cover; contents fine.

Don Waite is a former RCMP constable and author of several titles on British Columbia’s history.  Kwant’stan, is the Salish peoples’ name for the Golden Ears, the snow-capped twin peaks of Mt. Blanshard. The Lost Mine of Pitt Lake refers to a fabled bonanza also known as Slumach´s Gold (after a man who was hung in 1n 1891 for murder.  002693      $20


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