|► British Columbia (Kitimat-Stikine Regional District), Hazelton — Hazelton —|
|Head of sternwheeler navigation on the Skeena. The town grew at the landing close to the Indian village of Gitenmaks. Crews from the Collins Telegraph arrived in 1866. Following them Omineca gold miners, Hudson’s Bay pack strings and “gandy . . . — — Map (db m9073) HM|
|► British Columbia (Kitimat-Stikine Regional District), Moricetown — Moricetown Canyon —|
|This site, once the largest village of the Bulkley Valley Indians, later was named after the pioneer missionary, Father Morice. Salmon, staple food of the Indian, concentrated in the canyon and were caught with basketry traps, dip-nets, and . . . — — Map (db m9072) HM|
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May. 25, 2020