James Bay is Victoria’s oldest residential suburb and where local historian John Adams has lived for over forty years. In this richly illustrated look at the history of James Bay, John brings an updated focus to the past looking at Indigenous origins and current involvement, Hudson’s Bay Company farms, gold-rush-era land speculation, locating the colonial and provincial government buildings, industrialization, zoning for high-rise apartments in the 1950s and 1960s and the eventual backlash against them.
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