The Port of Vancouver’s terminals, wharves and piers sit on the unceded traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations, who relied on the waters of the Burrard Inlet and have a saying “When the tide goes out, the table is set” — referring to the abundance of food that came from the inlet.
This adventure in researching, documenting, and sharing the life and times of Walter Frost and these Holland-America Line ships that visited the Port of Vancouver would not have been possible without the financial, technical, and moral support of the following people and organizations.
Kira Baker - Reference Archivist | City of Vancouver Archives
- Michael Kluckner - President | Vancouver Historical Society
- Björn Larsson - Maritime Timetable Images
Duncan MacLeod - Curator| Vancouver Maritime Museum
Brian Pegg - Department of Anthropology | Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Joost Schokkenbroeck - Executive Director | Vancouver Maritime Museum
Henk Snoeken - Consul General | Consulate General of the Netherlands
Ryan Storfer - Graphic Designer
Captain Terry Tilton, USN (Ret.) - Director | Steamship Historical Society of America
This Responsive - Neighbourhood Small Grant project was funded by the Vancouver Foundation and administered by Kitsilano Neighbourhood House.