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Jennifer Iredale
Curator and Content Provider
Heritage Branch,
Ministry of Small Business, Tourism, and Culture.

Jennifer has been in the historic site business a long time - since 1974! She has a BA in History and Museum Studies from U. B. C. and a Masters of Science in Historic Preservation from Columbia University, N.Y.C. She was curator at Barkerville before becoming curator of the South-West Okanagan Region historic sites, including Carr House, Point Ellice House, Haig-Brown House, Craigflower Schoolhouse, Helmcken House, Kilby General Store and Museum, Yale, and the Grist Mill at Keremeos. Besides playing with old buildings and old stuff, Jen likes to play with her kids.

Her e-mail address is: Jennifer.Iredale@gov.bc.ca



Graham Nott
Scanning, Graphics, Layout, Content, HTML and technical support.

Graham has been working on Canada's Digital Collections websites for some years now. He was part of the original Emily Carr At Home and At Work team in 1996, and in 1998 had the privilege of being project manger of Phase III. The virtual town tour was his section in The Gold Rush Town of Yale. To do this, he visited present day Yale B.C. to take photographs, and experience the town first hand. His past Canada's Digital Collections projects include Point Ellice House Collection of Household Victoriana, Dr. Helmcken - Pioneer Doctor and Legislator, and Teaching, Learning and Farming at Craigflower Farm.

Travelling is his absolute favourite pastime, . He is currently a student, working towards a BSc in Biology at the University of Victoria, focusing on genetics and physiology.

Graham's e-mail address is gnott@uvic.ca, or visit him at his own website.



Suzanne Vanderven
Project Manager, Graphic Design, Layout, Research, Content, HTML and Scanning.

Suzanne has been working on BC Heritage websites through the support of Canada's Digital Collections since 1996. She has worked on numerous web projects and has established a multi-media company called Industrial Art Internet Group. Industrial Art Internet Group was responsible for the hard copy Emily Carr Teacher's Guide for grades K to 7, and the Emily Carr CD-ROM. Please visit some of the other web sites that Suzanne has helped create:

Her e-mail address is: svanderven@hotmail.com



Steven Davies
Steve at Long BeachResearch, Writing, Graphic Design & HTML.

Steve recently completed his BSc in the Geography Co-op Program at the University of Victoria. His interest in recreation, photography and travel has allowed him to see many areas of the world including his home, Canada. Steve was responsible for the construction of the Transportation Section of the Gold Rush Town of Yale Website and looks forward to working on the web in the future.
He can be contacted at his e-mail address: dsteven@hotmail.com



Cynthia Hopland
Research, Photography, Layout, Scanning, and HTML

Cynthia has her Bachelor of Education Degree from the University ofVictoria. She maintained a broad spectrum of areas throughout her degreeincluding; elementary curriculum (Kindergarten to Grade 8), SocialStudies, and a broad sciences background. Cynthia's part in the Gold Rush Town of Yale website was to produce theJust for Kids section(very cool) and the Teacher's Corner. She loves working with youth ofall ages and she looks forward to teaching in a classroom soon!

To get in touch with Cynthia drop her an email at: chopland@proteus.bc.ca



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Last updated 31 August 1998.
This digital collection was producedunder contract to Canada's Digital Collections Program, Industry Canada.
Produced by Canada's Digital Collections Team.
Content provided by BC Heritage Branch, Province of British Columbia.