The GCPS is a registered society dedicated to preserving the history, site, and memory of Granite Creek, BC. Membership is open to all.


The Granite Creek Preservation Society holds public meetings every third Thursday of the month. You are welcome to join. Meetings are 1 p.m. at the Princeton Museum on Vermilion Avenue.

  • Chairman - George Elliot
  • Vice-Chair - Diane Sterne
  • Secretary - Jon Bartlett
  • Treasurer - Bob Sterne
  • Director - Todd Lester
  • Director - Murv Baker
  • Director - Robert White
  • Director - Ole Juul (communications)

Granite Creek Preservation Society was incorporated 27 November 2013. Our number is S-0061999.

The purposes of the Granite Creek Preservation Society are:

  1. To protect the territorial integrity of the Granite Creek site
  2. To provide an understanding of the importance of the historical, archeological and geological aspects of the Granite Creek site
  3. To encourage the continued study of the significance of the Granite Creek site

¶ Correspondence to the society can be sent to
¶ You can use the contact page to send us a message directly from this web site.
¶ The guestbook can be used to post questions, suggestions, and comments publicly.
¶ Site related communication can be sent to
¶ Sources, bibliography, and copyright disclaimer are in the bibliography.