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Coquitlam History at CPL

Books Available on Coquitlam History at the Coquitlam Public Library

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A History of Coquitlam and Fraser Mills, 1858-1958. H.A.J. Monk and John Stewart. 1958. Call number: 971.13 MON (Poirier and City Centre)

Coquitlam Then and Now = Coquitlam d'hier à aujourd'hui. Coquitlam Public Library New Horizons for Seniors Committee. 2011. Call number: 971.133 COQ (Poirier and City Centre)

Early Days at Fraser Mills, B.C. From 1889 to 1912: Chronological Record of Lumbering at Fraser Mills, B.C. from the Beginning Year 1889. John Stewart. Call number: REF 971.13 STE (Poirier and City Centre)

Maillardville: 100 ans et plus = 100 Years and Beyond. Florence Debeugny. 2009. Call number:
971.133 DEB (Poirier and City Centre)

Mountain Memories: A History of Burke. Norma K. Campbell. 1991. Call number:
971.133 CAM (City Centre only)

My Granddad the Policeman, Emeri Paré, Coquitlam's first Chief of Police & Fire, 1913-1927: Memories of Granddad and other Recollections of life in the Early Days in Maillardville. Antonio G. Paré. 2003. Call number: 971.133 PAR (Poirier and City Centre)

My Memoirs of le Vieux (old) Maillardville: Its Founding People, their Families, and Where They Lived. Antonio G. (Tony) Paré. 1996. Call number: 971.133 PAR (Poirier and City Centre)

Riverview Hospital: A Legacy of Care & Compassion. Karen Speirs. 2010. Call number:
362.21 SPE (Poirier and City Centre)

The Vancouver Golf Club, 1910-2010: Celebrating 100 Years of Tradition and Excellence. Andrew McCredie. 2010. 796.352 MCC (Poirier and City Centre)

The Village of Maillardville, 1910-1940s. Antonio G. Paré. 2000. Call number: 971.133 PAR (Poirier and City Centre)