The GCPS is a registered society dedicated to preserving the history, site, and memory of Granite Creek, BC. Membership is open to all.


GUEST BOOK

Welcome to the Granite Creek guest book. Feel free to leave a note for us, and all to see. It is nice to hear from people who have been to Granite or even just have a love of this place and its history. Of course, we are always hoping to hear from someone (you?) with a historical connection, or who can offer some interesting anecdote.    (click here to become a member)






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Great History there, I have been in that area quite a few times and it is so interesting in every way. keep up the good work.

Added: October 24, 2015
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What a wonderful start with the preservation of our local area history. Granite Creek has always been a " Picnic Destination" for our family on visits to the area with many fond memories. A heartfelt THANK YOU and best wishes as you move forward.

Added: February 22, 2014
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My mother Agnes Cook was born in Granite Creek in 1905. I have visited many times and it always brings to mind the early history of our province and the early pioneers. I am pleased to see the start of the GCPS. Well done!

Added: January 21, 2014
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Congratulations on your Society and this wonderful website! I hope this will be just the start to getting the Town and grave site of Granite Creek designated as a Heritage Site.

Granite Creek is written up in many European tour books and to have more information there for visitors will be excellent.
If we could get a claim on Granite Creek designated as a Gold Pan Reserve - now that would be a big sell for the area.

Keep up the good work!!!


Added: January 6, 2014
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Thanks for keeping in touch, Diane and Ole, and good luck on the new site. I've passed the address along to other members of F.P. Cook's family

Added: January 1, 2014
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Congratulations, folks. I am delighted to see what has been achieved to date. I don't have anything to contribute directly to the Granite Creek project, but if you need some information relating to the railway operations in the neighbourhood, I'm your boy. The Sternes can put you in touch with me.

All best wishes for your project as you go forward from here.

Joe Smuin


Added: December 31, 2013
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Congratulations on a very fine website. I'll follow it with interest. Good luck.

Added: December 30, 2013
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Congratulations Everyone.
I had a Relative (Ernest Eplett) who mined and lived in Granite Creek. He died in a fire there, I believe he was sleeping in the Jailhouse, when it caught on fire.
Granite Creek has a special place in my heart.
I hope to visit there in 2014.
Happy New Year to everyone.
Warmest Regards,
Lucky

Admin reply: Lucky wanted me to add that Ernest passed away on August 6, 1912.

Happy New Year Lucky. Thanks for signing the guestbook!!

Regards,
Diane


Added: December 30, 2013
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The story of Granite Creek is amazing... I truly wish the campground, town site, and from the Granite forks down was a provincial park. Many thanks for establishing this important group, and for bringing history to life. - Jarrett,

Added: December 30, 2013
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Great start on a very interesting piece of BC history. Congratulations to everyone involved.

Added: December 29, 2013
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