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North Peace Historical Society

The North Peace Historical Society operates the Fort St. John North Peace Museum. The Historical Society has been informally established since September 1963 and became an officially registered society 1965.  Our current home, located on 100th Street was opened in 1984. The Fort St. John North Peace Museum and North Peace Historical Society are dedicated to the collection, preservation, storage and display of items relating to the history of the North Peace River area for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations. 


Treasures of the Museum Part II: The Fur Trade

Treasures of the Museum Series Part II: The Fur Trade   Friday April 25 at 7 pm at the Museum   Have you ever wanted to know more about Fort St. John’s roots? Travel back to the days of the fur trade with three presentations at the Fort St. John…

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Treasures of the Museum Part 1: Transportation

Join us the last Friday of each month from March through June 2014 to discover the treasures of the Fort St. John North Peace Museum – our artifacts, photographs, archival documents, and more. Our curator and guest speakers will present around four topics using a variety of media and relating…


Tonight: Treasures of the Museum Part 1 – Transportation

Visit the Fort St. John North Peace Museum tonight (March 28 at 7 pm)  for the first of a four part presentation series featuring the treasures of the Fort St. John North Peace Museum – our artefacts, photographs and documents. Our first session will feature presentations, photographs, artefacts, and video…

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A Shadow Over the Earth: The Life and Death of the Passenger Pigeon

Imagine a flock of birds so thick that its shadow blocks out the sun, so long it stretches across the horizon, so vast it takes three days to pass overhead. Now imagine it’s gone. This is the story of the bird that numbered in the billions and is now extinct….

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