[Trail to Kootenie from Fort Shepherd] Public

A trail starting at Fort Shepherd where the Columbia and Pend D'Oreille rivers meet, continuing along the Salmon River, then Summit and Cayoosh Creeks, the southern base of Kootenay Lake at Goat River, over to Mooyie Rover, past a lake to the starting point of Dewdney's Trail, and up to where St. Mary's River and Kootenie River cross. There are notes about the land cover along the trail including prairie, grass, and hills. A few features are named along the trail including ferries, a house, a bridge. The map also includes Kootenay Lake and Kootney River to where it meets the Columbia River (no trail along this portion of the map).


In Collection:
Creator Language Identifier
  • Historical Map Society of B.C. Map Number:1988
  • 107144
  • LSV Number: 20T1MISC
Keyword Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 1 sheet ; 55 x 75 cm
Alternative title
  • Trail to Kootanie from Ft Shepherd (rough draft & fair copy)
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 49.00381, -117.61775
  • 49.7125, -116.88333
  • 49.31561, -117.65276
  • 48.99983, -117.6355
Additional physical characteristics
  • Scale: 4 Miles to one Inch
Physical repository Collection
  • Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia Maps
  • Surveyor General of BC, Legal Surveys Vault
Provider Genre Date digitized
  • 2012-08-08
Technical note
  • 400 dpi; Metadata by KD
  • 1865
  • This material is owned by the Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia (LTSA). The Cartographic Record of this digital image is in the possession of the Surveyor General Division, LTSA. Any reproduction of this material must credit the Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia as the source for this record. To purchase high-resolution scanned files of these maps and plans, contact orderdesk@ltsa.ca. Request should cite the LTSA Surveyor General's Vault map number (eg. 16T1 Land Reserves).
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