Item IT.0012 - "Coquitlam Calls" - A poem about Coquitlam's History

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"Coquitlam Calls" - A poem about Coquitlam's History

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  • 2016-02-26 (Creation)
    Carter, Stephen A.

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Stephen A. Carter was born in Vancouver on February 22, 1946 and grew up in the Deep Cove/Dollarton area. He graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Education degree with specialties in History and Geography. He taught Social Studies for twenty-one years in Richmond and then finished his career in Kelowna. Following his professional teaching career, he became a pen and ink artist and started writing adventure/action historical fiction books about the American Civil War. He has published three books, written over 500 poems, and is working on screenplays for a film production company in New Zealand.

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Stephen A. Carter presented the poem to Council at a Regular Council Meeting on April 18th, 2016, after which he provided a copy to the Archives.

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The item consists of a copy of Stephen A. Carter's poem, "Coquitlam Calls."

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