Lowe Inlet

LOWE INLET cuts into the mainland shore of GRENVILLE CHANNEL, the northerly stretch of the INSIDE PASSAGE. The TSIMSHIAN call it Kmodo. The head of the inlet around Verney Falls has been an aboriginal FISHING site for centuries and is now part of a RESERVE belonging to the KITKATLA First Nation. A fish cannery operated in the inlet from 1890 to 1934 and there was some LOGGING during the 1930s. Lowe Inlet MARINE PARK is a favourite anchorage for coastal boaters. It is named for Thomas Lowe, an...

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