This trail was an ancient Indian travel-way linking tribal villages in the south to salmon grounds of the Fraser River.The first white explorers, lead by Chief Trader James McMillan of the Hudson's Bay Company passed here in December of 1824.Using…
One mile west stands a granite obelisk, the first of a series of similar markers along the 49th parallel, defining the Canadian-American line from the Strait of Georgia to the summit of the Rocky Mountains.The official survey, begun at Point Rober…
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