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Episode Guide

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Name
Air Date
132.
12-13-2005
131.
11-01-2005
130.
Northport
The silver boomtown of Northport, Wash., survives several fires.
N/A
129.
Lillooett
Role of Lillooett in the development of British Columbia.
N/A
128.
Lost Golden Plate
Western Ferry and Eastern Okanagan counties were known as tough areas for miners.
N/A
127.
Spanish Mound
Spanish conquistadors search for the City of Gold.
N/A
126.
Collectibles 2
Native beadwork; toy soldiers; Hudson Bay items.
N/A
125.
Kettle Valley Railway East
The Kettle Valley Railway.
N/A
124.
Thompson River District
Towns along the Thompson River.
N/A
123.
Cumberland
Coal mines of Vancouver Island.
N/A
122.
Nome, Alaska
Gold is discovered in Nome, Alaska.
N/A
121.
The Yukon: 1896
The Klondike gold rush.
N/A
120.
Rossland
Rossland grows to be the fourth largest British Columbian city.
N/A
119.
Sternwheelers of the Lower Fraser
Ships transport thousands of gold-seekers.
N/A
118.
Jefferson Randolph Smith
History of Jefferson Randolph Smith.
N/A
117.
Smithers
Smithers; the Grand Trunk Railway.
N/A
116.
Merritt
The town of Merritt.
N/A
115.
Hedley
Hedley's mines are established on treacherous Nickelplate mountain terrain.
N/A
114.
Ghosts Along the Skeena
Ghost towns along the Skeena River.
N/A
113.
Writing on Stone
Mike Roberts and Bill Barlee visit the Milk River country of southern Alberta.
N/A
112.
The Hudson's Bay Company
Role of the Hudson's Bay Company in the exploration of Canada.
N/A
111.
Northwest Mounted Police
Mounted police.
N/A
110.
Blakeburn
An accident claims the lives of coal miners at Blakeburn.
N/A
109.
Volcanic Brown
Volcanic Brown searches for a mysterious river.
N/A
108.
Okanagan Sternwheelers
Okanagan Lake.
N/A
107.
Kimberley
The town of Kimberley features the Sullivan Mine.
N/A
106.
Camp McKinney
Gold bars are still missing from a robbery at Camp McKinney.
N/A
105.
Nanaimo
The coal town of Nanaimo.
N/A
104.
Dunsmuir Family
The Dunsmuir family goes from rags to riches.
N/A
103.
Greenwood
Greenwood, one of the last great mining towns, was Canada's smallest incorporated city.
N/A
102.
Treasure Stories
Stories of great treasures.
N/A
101.
Moyie
Bill tells of the Moyie area and the richest silver mine in the world.
N/A
100.
Robert Thornton Lowry
Robert Thornton Lowry starts ten newspapers in British Columbia.
N/A
99.
Barkerville
Colorful characters leave their mark on Barkerville, British Columbia.
N/A
98.
Bullion Pit
Bullion Pit still produces gold; John Beauregard Hobson.
N/A
97.
The Chinese in B.C.
Railways; gold mining.
N/A
96.
Quesnel
Quesnel serves as a supply center for gold mines.
N/A
95.
Collectibles
Gold scales; jewelry; keepsakes.
N/A
94.
Grand Forks
Residents of Grand Forks.
N/A
93.
Anyox
Gold, silver and copper are discovered in Anyox, British Columbia.
N/A
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