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Manson Creek, BC (Nearby: Germansen Landing, 12 Mile, Grand Rapids, Old Hogem, Middle River)

  • Butler Range
  • Butler Range
  • Gillis Creek
  • Manson Creek
  • Omineca River
  • Omineca River

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Manson Creek, British Columbia
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British Columbia Tourism Region : Northern BC

Description From Owner:
  • After Captain W.F. Butler, who ascended the Peace River in 1872. He wrote The Wild Northland and The Great Lone Land.
  • Gillis Creek - A lonely grave in the wilderness here reminds the traveller of the tragedy of Hugh Gillis.
  • Successful in his mining, he left Manson Creek with his gold in August 1872, en route to his home on Prince Edward Island. On the trail he met an Indian bringing in the mail from Fort St. James.
  • In it was a letter from the girl in PEI whom he was going to marry she had written to tell him that she had married another man. Gillis shot himself on the spot.
  • Manson Creek - Presumably after Donald Manson, who from 1844 to 1857 administered the HBC'S New Caledonia district from Fort St. James. (See also under Manson Ridge.)
  • Omineca River - Father Morice reported that this name is derived from a Sekani Indian word meaning 'lake-like or sluggish river.'
  • With permission from G.P.V and Helen B. Akrigg 1997 British Columbia Place Names. UBC Press.


Gillis CreekOmineca River Watershed

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Attractions:
Nearby Lakes and Mountains:
  • Wolverine Lakes, 3km
  • Blackjack Mountain, 6km
  • Skeleton Mountain, 6km
  • Bison Mountain, 9km
  • Manson Lakes, 11km
  • Mount Gillis, 18km
  • Baldy Mountain, 15km
  • Wassie Lake, 13km
  • Blue Lake, 23km
  • Ah Lock Lake, 15km
  • Mount Porter, 23km
  • Blue Grouse Mountain, 21km
  • Connaghan Lake, 24km
  • Porcupine Mountain, 34km
  • Plughat Mountain, 22km
  • Tsaydaychi Lake, 32km
  • Echo Lake, 33km
  • Mount Kison, 35km
  • Germansen Lake, 23km
  • Muscovite Lakes, 35km
  • Mount Germansen, 24km
  • Klawdetelle Lake, 43km
  • Mount Sylvester, 41km
  • Klawli Lake, 38km
  • Nina Lake, 33km
  • Otter Lakes, 38km
  • Breeze Peak, 44km
  • Razorback Mountain, 40km
  • 'Adade Yus Mountain, 44km
  • Lhole Tse Mountain, 49km
  • Shoal Lakes, 32km
  • Mount Routh, 39km
  • Crater Lake, 39km
  • Mount Dewar, 45km
  • Wudtsi Lake, 37km
  • Skunk Lake, 38km
  • Chuchi Lake, 55km
  • Curve Lake, 32km
  • Mount Brown, 50km
  • Tizgay Lake, 57km
  • Chooyazi Lake, 60km
  • Onjo Lake, 61km
  • Mount Forrest, 48km
  • Spring Lake, 44km
  • Webberly Lake, 60km
  • Ahdatay Lake, 47km
  • Tamasgale Lake, 59km
  • Fishroe Lake, 47km
  • Mount Howell, 52km
  • Mount Bisson, 40km