Albas


ALBAS was a tiny LOGGING community, site of a water-driven SAWMILL in the WWI era, on the east shore of SEYMOUR ARM of SHUSWAP LK, 60 km north of SALMON ARM. It was named after Al Bass, an early trapper in the area, and is now part of Shuswap Lake Provincial MARINE PARK.
by Andrew Scott

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