KITSUMKALUM  () , pop 265 (2001), is a TSIMSHIAN village at the confluence of the Kitsumkalum and SKEENA rivers just west of TERRACE. It was the site of a bitter disagreement with the GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RWY over a right-of-way through an aboriginal graveyard. A neighbouring non-aboriginal settlement called Eby's Landing, with its early hotel and store, became part of Terrace. The name means "people of the plateau."
by Andrew Scott...

If you are already registered on KnowBC, login now to get access to the full article.

You may already have access to KnowBC through your school, university or library.

If you do not already have access to KnowBC, you can subscribe.