We do not know his name: Klatsassin and the Chilcotin War

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Bute Inlet Road

Daily British Colonist, August 25, 1862

The Bute Inlet Company are preparing for active operations. Mr. Waddington, with 30 workmen, will leave here this week and proceed to the road, and prepare to open it to travel. The entire distance from the head of the Inlet to the point on the Fraser above Quesnelle River is set down at 213 miles, only 118 miles of which is land travel, with two portages between lakes. The road charters have been signed by Government.

Source: "Bute Inlet Road," Daily British Colonist, August 25, 1862.

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