Halliday Brothers

HALLIDAY brothers, William and Ernest, took up land in the estuary of the Kingcome R at the head of KINGCOME INLET in 1895 and established one of BC's most isolated cattle ranches. William became Indian agent for the Central Coast region and played a controversial role in implementing the federal government's ban on the POTLATCH. He wrote about his experiences in Potlatch and Totem (1935). The Halliday ranch remained in the family until the 1990s and became a coastal landmark. See also...

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