Thursday, May 2, 2013

Pictographs

These photos were taken many years ago, (mid 1980's) no idea how these pictographs have fared in the meantime. They are up on the western side of the lake about mid way.

 Please look at, but do not touch or alter these important pictographs in any way.

Pitt Lake aliens!!!






This image appears to be two people in a canoe, with one standing and pointing a rifle?






General view of the most visible pictographs from the lake.


There are more than these photos show. Scanned from negatives.



Pitt Lake known pictograph sites

DiRp 9. At Deer Point on the eastern shore of Pitt Lake. Lundy 1972.

DiRp 8. On the western shore of Pitt Lake about 1/6th mile south of Cedar Point. Lundy 1972.

DiRp 7. Midway between Cedar Point and Bridal Veil Falls on the western shore of the lake. Lundy 1972.

DiRp 10. On the western shore of Pitt Lake near Cedar Point about 150 feet south of site DiRp 7. Lundy/Oliver survey 1972.

DiRp 11. On the western shore of Pitt Lake about 100 feet north of site DiRp 1. Lundy/Oliver survey 1972.

DiRp 1. On the western shore of Pitt Lake, opposite the northern end of Little Goose Island, and just south of Bridal Veil Falls. Jennes 1935, Lundy 1972.

DiRp 6. On the western shore of Pitt Lake, opposite the northern end of Little Goose Island and just north of site DiRp 5. Lundy 1972.

DiRp 5. On the western shore of Pitt Lake, opposite the northern end of Little Goose Island and just south of Bridal Veil Falls. Lundy 1972.

DiRp 12. On the western shore of Pitt Lake, about 500 meters north of site DiRp 4 and directly opposite the mouth of Raven Creek. Lundy/Oliver survey 1972.

DiRp 13. On the eastern shore of Pitt Lake about 600 meters north of the outfall of Raven Creek, Lundy 1972.

DiRp 4. On the western shore of Pitt Lake south of Goose Island and opposite the mouth of Raven Creek. Lundy 1972.
 

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Maps of the area

Maps that cover Burke-Pinecone Provincial Park, and surrounding areas. These maps are in 1: 50 000 scale, except for the geology maps.) These are all fast links to their Geoscan pages, from Natural Resources Canada, just click on “more”, which will open up a larger listing of options to the different map options, Geopdf are digitized pdf’s which allow you to customize the layers, and create your own maps. They all download in their own separate zip formatted folders, just open the folder and drag the map onto your desktop.
Vancouver North, Coquitlam, and Pitt Lake map Areas, British Columbia With Special Emphasis On the Evolution of the Plutonic Rocks; Roddick, J A. Geological Survey of Canada, Memoir 335, 1965, ; 276 pages.
( Three maps and three drawings are included in a zip file of the entire book.)

Port Coquitlam, BC , NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/7, (edition 7) 2009

Port Coquitlam, BC, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/7, (edition 6) 2002

Geology Coquitlam, BC; Roddick, J A. Geological Survey of Canada, "A" Series Map 1153A , 1965

Pitt River, BC, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/10, (edition 4) 2009

Pitt River, BC, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/10, (edition 3) 2002

Geology Pitt Lake, Vancouver, East Half, BC; Roddick, J A; Armstrong, J E. Geological Survey of Canada, "A" Series Map 1151A , 1965

Mamquam Mountain, BC, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/15, (edition 4) 2009

Mamquam Mountain, BC, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/15, (edition 3) 2002

Stave River, BC, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/9, (edition 5) 2009

Stave River, BC, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/9, (edition 4) 2002

Glacier Lake, BC, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/16, (edition 4) 2009

Glacier Lake, BC, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/16, (edition 3) 2002

Squamish, BC, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/11, (edition 4) 2009

Squamish, BC, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/11, (edition 3) 2003

New Westminster, BC - Canada - United States of America, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/2, (edition 7) 2009

New Westminster, BC - United States, NRC. Canadian Topographic Maps 92G/2, (edition 6) 2003

Pitt Lake legends videos

I personally do not believe in any of it, the Mitchell bomber site and the wreckage, should be left alone as a memorial to the crew who died there.

Mitchell Bomber Part 1 --- Part 2

Nazi gold Part 1 --- Part 2

Seekers of gold Part 1 --- Part 2

And a website devoted to putting to rest the myth of Slumach

One of a set of raw video about the curse of Slumach Item : MI-475 - Lost Mine - tape 18
original raw footage for "Curse of the Lost Gold Mine." Includes an interview with John F. H. Thompson, a geologist at UBC, who talks about the geology of Pitt Lake, shots of a map of Pitt Lake and Michael Collier plotting out a route on the map, also includes an interview with Mike Boileau, who has been looking into finding gold in the Pitt Lake area since 1979, he talks about the curse, the stories of Pitt Lake, and his own experiences at Pitt Lake.
This video is part of the Series S4 - Curse of the Lost Gold Mine series located at the Vancouver Archives.