GELLATLY, an AGRICULTURAL settlement 12 km southwest of KELOWNA near WESTBANK, was once a landing for PADDLEWHEEL STEAMBOATS on the west side of OKANAGAN LK. It was named after David E. Gellatly, the "Tomato King of the Okanagan," who arrived in 1893 and championed the development of market farming.
by Andrew Scott

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