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Whisk, Chinese

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_2000.0064.0032
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A Chinese, bamboo whisk. The entire brush is constructed of strips of bamboo. Wrapped in cloth and fibre cord near the top.. The former holds the strips of bamboo tightly together. The strips are slightly frayed out at the opposite end. Appears to...

Whisk, bamboo

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_2001.0020.0005
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One Chinese wok whisk. The whisk is made of numerous pieces of bamboo that are bound at one end with tightly wrapped bamboo strips. The whisk is used to stir food in a wok. PH2 2007

Whisk, bamboo

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_2001.0020.0004
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One Chinese wok whisk. The whisk is made of numerous pieces of bamboo that are bound at one end with tightly wrapped bamboo strips. The whisk is used to stir food in a wok. PH2 2007

Whisk, bamboo

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_2001.0020.0003
  • Item

One Chinese wok whisk. The whisk is made of numerous pieces of bamboo that are bound at one end with tightly wrapped bamboo strips. The whisk is used to stir food in a wok. PH2 2007

White Porcelain Cup

  • CA CUMB CUMB_986.010.056
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A marking on the bottom of the cup reads: “YUA, Wood & Sons ltd. encl A. O, R N.5.3.8.”

Wood & Sons Ltd.

Wicker Suitcase

  • CA CUMB CUMB_995.030.001
  • Item
  • 1880

"M.S" is written on the top; writing on lock in dark area.

William Head a Transit Point for Chinese War Labourers

  • CA EMA EMA_Vertical File|William Head
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Newspaper clipping from Times Colonist dated June 25, 2009. During WWI, Canada and Britain used William Head Quarantine Station as a juncture point to transport and train Chinese labour corps en route to the battlefields in Europe.

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