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The museum's 30+ year-old outdoor exhibit building was completely restored over the course of the spring and summer.
There wasn’t enough children in Sicamous to warrant the opening of a school so the family moved to Golden in 1906.
The following story was written by former Golden resident Peter Miller about the building of the Golden Museum.
The first building in Golden was that of Licksey Trombley’s hotel, known as the “Canada House” in 1884.
Colleen Palumbo looks back at the history of moving silk across Canada.
In the spirit of the mining records is information from a bulletin put out by the Golden Placer & Quartz Mining Co.
CPR workers at Field made some significant discoveries long before Charles Doolittle Walcott found the now famous Burgess Shale Fossil Beds.
The following story was written by Thomas King about the early businesses that opened in Golden.
Looking back through the Golden Stars stored in the vault at the Golden Museum is a time consuming but rewarding task.
The residents of Golden, like most small communities, has over the years found some interesting ways to entertain themselves
This is part of an article written by Arvid Johnson that appears in its entirety in 2000 Golden Memories
The tales of the past in Golden are shared through Turning Back the Pages.
To truly understand the power of the press, one has to have read an editorial written by pioneer printer, John Houston.
I am sure many of you, like me, watched with concern the events of Hurricane Sandy play out.
The story of the Alex Matheson family as told my members of his family to the authors of Golden Memories.
The following information was submitted to the Historical Society’s publication of Golden Memories and was authored by R.E. Robinson.
To help pay honour to their memory here they are and their final resting places.
The following article was written for Golden Memories 1982 edition by Chris Schiesser. Do you have a copy of Golden Memories?
Well, Golden has lost another gem, a man who looked around each day, wondering what he could do that would make the world a better place.
Today I had the pleasure of going to Spirit Square and viewing the cavalcade of old cars.