Big Bend

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Canoe River (British Columbia) - Course
... southeast to join the Columbia River at the "Big Bend" of the Columbia, just upriver from Mica Dam ... Although originally the mouth of the Canoe River was at the Big Bend of the Columbia, today it is said to be at the northern end of Canoe Reach ... (flows into Foster Arm), Dawson Creek, and, right at Big Bend, Wood River (flows into Wood Arm) ...
Big Bend, South Australia
... Big Bend in South Australia is the longest single bend in the Murray River ... The area is known for its spectacular riverside cliffs, which are the tallest along the Murray River ...
William Moore (steamship Captain) - British Columbia - Big Bend Gold Rush
... Early in 1866, Moore learned of the gold discoveries at Big Bend and put in a tender for the contract to run steamer service from Savona on Kamloops Lake to Seymour City (Seymou ... The Big Bend Gold Rush ended shortly afterwards, and Moore purchased land in Kamloops and his family, with their omnipresent goats, joined him there, ironically making part ...
Steamboats Of The Arrow Lakes - Initial Steamboats Placed On The Route
... built to service a brief gold rush on the Big Bend of the Columbia River, attempting the run from Marcus, Washington Terr ... which were at the head of river navigation but also just below the richest of the Big Bend's goldfields, on the Goldstream River which meets the Columbia just upstream ... was withdrawn for lack of clientele, and the captain gave free passage out of the Big Bend area for those who could not afford passage ...
Big Bend Ranges
... The Big Bend Ranges are a subrange of the Selkirk Mountains of the Columbia Mountains in southeastern British Columbia, Canada, located in Big Bend of the Columbia River north of the ...

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