Fort Grahame

FORT GRAHAME was a trading post established in 1867 by the HBC on the east side of the FINLAY R north of its confluence with the PEACE R. The post, named after the senior HBC official James A. GRAHAME, served the local SEKANI people until its closure in 1948. In the 1960s flooding behind the BENNETT DAM created WILLISTON RESERVOIR and drowned the site.

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