Rosemary Neering (born 1945 in Croydon, England) is a Canadian author and journalist, focusing on non-fiction books. At the age of two Neering moved to Canada with her parents.
Rosemary Neering (born 1945 in Croydon, England) is a Canadian author and journalist, focusing on non-fiction books. She worked for a number of magazines including the British Columbia Magazine. Her 1992 book Down The Road won the Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize. Works by or about Rosemary Neering in libraries (WorldCat catalog). Portrait on abcbookworld.
From the ruins of Wild West ghost towns to unique turn-of-the-century buildings in Vancouver.
With Rosemary Neering as your guide, you can find hidden treasures from the Gulf Islands and Travel back in time into the history of British Columbia. Explore gold rush towns, old wagon routes, and dramatic railway lines carved into mountain ranges
With Rosemary Neering as your guide, you can find hidden treasures from the Gulf Islands and Travel back in time into the history of British Columbia. Explore gold rush towns, old wagon routes, and dramatic railway lines carved into mountain ranges. With Rosemary Neering as your guide, you can find hidden treasures from the Gulf Islands and Victoria all the way to Fort St. John.
Rosemary Neering ist eine in England geborene kanadische Schriftstellerin . The Coast of British Columbia. Whitecap Books, Vancouver, . zusammen mit Bob Herger, Fotografie) ISBN 0-88240-370-2.
Rosemary Neering ist eine in England geborene kanadische Schriftstellerin und Journalistin, die vor allen Dingen Sachliteratur veröffentlicht hat und mit dem Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize und dem Vancouver City Book Award zwei renommierte Literaturpreis gewinnen konnte. Rosemary Neering lebt zusammen mit ihrem Ehemann Joe Thompson und ihrer Katze in Victoria. Daniel R. Birch, Rosemary Neering: Life in early North America. Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Markham, Ontario 1990, ISBN 0-88902-369-7.
British Columbia Bizarre - Rosemary Neering. They and the many other pieces in this book are my own personal choice for a portrait of British Columbia Bizarre. Highwaymen and Walking Whales, Anarchists and Opium. In an era when non-fiction books are increasingly deep and narrow, this book is unabashedly shallow and wide. In it, you will find a plethora of amusing, unusual and sometimes shocking tidbits from the history of British Columbia. I hope they entertain you, make you laugh-and maybe even occasionally, provide some food for thought.
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Britsh Columbia Bizarre is a fascinating and eclectic mix of tales, snippets, historical facts, fancies and misconceptions teased from the history of British Columbia. Books related to British Columbia Bizarre: Stories,Whimsies,Facts and a Few Outright Lies from Canada's Wacky West Coast. No one should read this book to obtain a balanced view of the province's history. It ignores the important people and trends that contributed to BC's story, and instead favours the often strange, sometimes wonderful, and frequently insignificant events and people that make this province a storyteller's dream.
Rosemary Neering was born in Croyden, England, grew up in Brantford, Ontario, and has been a resident of British Columbia for over thirty years. She is the author of more than forty non-fiction books for adults, teens, and children, most of which focus on Canadian history and travel with an emphasis on the lives of ordinary people. Her writing has won a number of awards, including a BC Book Prize for Non-Fiction for Down the Road: Journeys through Small-Town British Columbia and a VanCity Book Prize for Wild West Women: Travellers, Adventurers and Rebels
British Columbia By Rosemary Neering.
British Columbia By Rosemary Neering.