GLENORA, 400 km north of PRINCE RUPERT and 145 km west of DEASE LAKE by road, was a GOLD MINING boom town on the STIKINE R 20 km below the head of navigation at TELEGRAPH CREEK. It was the site of a customs port and HBC post during the McDame Crk and CASSIAR GOLD RUSHES of the 1870s, when thousands of miners and tonnes of freight passed through on their way to Dease Lake and points north. Glenora received another jolt of energy from 1898 to 1902 during the Klondike gold rush. In 1898 an...

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