|► British Columbia (Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District), Port Edward — Inverness Cannery —|
|The developing provincial salmon industry spread northward when the Inverness Cannery opened here in 1876. The first cannery in northern British Columbia, it took advantage of the abundant sockeye runs up the Skeena River to challenge the dominance . . . — — Map (db m9075) HM|
|► British Columbia (Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District), Port Edward — North Pacific Cannery —|
|Salmon canning stimulated economic development on this coast. North Pacific is the oldest West Coast cannery still standing. From here the Bell-Irving family shipped high quality salmon directly to England before 1900. Typical of most canneries in . . . — — Map (db m9203) HM|
|► British Columbia (Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District), Tyee — “K-Shian” – The Skeena —|
|The Skeena, “river of mists,” makes a major cleft through the Coast Mountains. To Coastal Tsimshian Indians and Interior tribes it was vital to trade and travel. In later years, Port Essington, near the river’s mouth, became the main . . . — — Map (db m9074) HM|
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May. 27, 2020