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About this Guide

This guide is intended to complement the Kamloops Bicentennial display that can be seen in the Main Library foyer October 1-16, 2012.  Llike the Bicentennial itself, it celebrates not only Kamloops’ birthday but also 200 years of shared living between two peoples, starting when David Stuart first visited the region in 1811 and built a permanent trading post on traditional Secwepemc territory.

This guide is not intended as a comprehensive source for students researching Canadian History, who should consult the Library's Canadian History Research Guide.

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