TRANQUILLE  () lies at the mouth of the river of the same name on the north side of Kamloops Lk, 10 km west of KAMLOOPS. It was the site of the first saw and grist mill in the central Interior, built in 1868 by William FORTUNE and James McINTOSH. Fortune developed the property as a ranch and farm until he sold it for use as a tuberculosis sanitorium, the first one west of Ontario, in 1907. A new King Edward Sanitorium opened in 1910. From...

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