A WRONG RIGHTED AT REUNION

A Wrong Righted at Reunion The Golden Star – May 22, 1985 by Brenda Shook A happy little girl ran into the kitchen yelling, “Mother, mother, I’m getting the honor roll.” She dragged her mother away from her work and trudged over to the Lady Grey School. “We waited in the back,” recalls Myra Ing,…

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QUEEN’S HOTEL IN GOLDEN, BC

ITS HUMBLE BEGINNINGS The Queen’s Hotel started out as a small roughly built log building that boasted five rooms and a bathroom. Built by William Archer in 1883, the hotel with its tent roof, served as a stopping place for miners, railroaders, salesmen and settlers. William and his wife, Mary, eventually bought a farm to…

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Plan Your Visit

Your safety and that of our staff is our highest priority. To ensure you have a safe and enjoyable visit please be aware that we are following the Provincial Health guidelines. Face coverings are required and the Golden Museum requires proof of vaccine on entry. Please be considerate of others – especially as the gallery…

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KID PRICE

Charles Percival Price was one of thirteen children raised in Colorado City. Times were hard, and it was necessary for the children to leave home as soon as possible. Price was one of the elder children and was soon bitten by the gold rush bug. He eventually ended up living here in the valley in…

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