GREENWOOD, Canada's smallest city, pop 666 (2001), is located on Boundary Crk 18 km west of GRAND FORKS in the BOUNDARY DISTRICT. It was founded in 1895 by Robert Wood, a merchant, and incorporated as a city in 1897. Greenwood prospered during the ensuing MINING boom, and the population grew to 3,000. The BC Copper Co blew in a SMELTER at nearby ANACONDA in 1901 to treat COPPER ore from its DEADWOOD and Mother Lode deposits; the brick smelter stack was still visible a century later. Following...

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