LhtakohᒡᗡᗶᑋɬtakohNFraser River


Etymology: Literally, ‟rivers within one another”. According to Father Morice, ‟Probably because of its northern tributaries, the Nechako, the Blackwater, and the Quesnel, which disembogue themselves into the former, unless it be due to the fact that, at Prince George, the clear water of the Nechako is seen flowing side by side, and quite separately, with that of the turbid Fraser.”

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