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Weest Side Stories

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Currently available publications:

Being Reasonable

Lytton, A Story in Pictures

Our Native People - The Interior Salish

That They Might Have Life

The Work of The Royal Engineers in British Columbia 1858 to 1863

Life in the Tee-Pee

West Side Stories

Archaeology of Lytton

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Freedom Graphics Press is a boutique publishing company that specializes in preserving local history.

Lytton sits at the confluence of the Fraser and Thompson Rivers in British Columbia, Canada. Now a white water rafting and kayaking destination and the entryway into the Stein Valley Nlaka'pamux Heritage Park, Lytton has been continuously inhabited for at least 10,000 years.

Tens of thousands of visitors come each year to enjoy the rivers, the whitewater rafting and kayaking, the wildlife, hiking and exploring the hundreds of miles of back roads and trails around Lytton.

Currently available titles include:

Being Reasonable

Plain Talk About Living in the Future

by Ross Urquhart

In this volume, Ross has written about topics that effect us all: leadership, religion, economics, freedom, free will, democracy and more.

With his extensively researched and thought out views, he may surprise you and give you new insights into the way the world really works and your place in it.

West Side Stories 2nd Edition

Welcome to the Old West!

A delightful collection of short stories recalling the pioneer days of a still-rugged country, this book makes a welcome addition to the rich history of Lytton, the Stein Valley and the area around them.

That They Might Have Life

An Autobiography by the late Reverand Stanley Higgs

Lytton, A Story in Pictures

The Lytton & District Centennial Society’s 1968 publication “Lytton — A Story in Pictures” has been reprinted to provide a brief illustrated history of Lytton, B.C., and make it available to anyone interested in the local history.

Illustrated with seventy-eight photographs, this small volume covers the period from the coming of Simon Fraser to the 1960s, when it was first published.

Life in the Tee-Pee

by June Koropecki

June and Bill Koropecki built the Tee-Pee Restaurant, a landmark in the Fraser Canyon of the 1940s and 1950s. This is June’s story, in her own words, of coming to British Columbia, building the Tee-Pee and running the restaurant while raising her family.

Archaeology of Lytton

by by Harlan I. Smith

This volume has been reprinted from an original print of the material by Harlan Ingersoll Smith and the text and illustrations are presented in the same size as the original, making the comments on artifact size relevant.