1830-1850 (Temporal Keyword)

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Interpreting The Architectural And Colonial Palimpsests Of The Fort Vancouver Village (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Meris J Mullaley.

In the mid-19th century, the Fort Vancouver employee Village was one of the most diverse settlements on the Pacific Coast. Trappers, tradesmen, and laborers from Europe, North America, and Hawaii worked and lived within a highly stratified colonial social structure. Inspired by an 1845 description of the Village, with houses that were "as various in form" as their occupants, this investigation examined community-level social relationships in the Village through vernacular architecture and...