Allison Harbour


ALLISON HARBOUR, established about 1927, was a LOGGING camp and UNION STEAMSHIP CO port of call, named after Allison Logging Co (see A.P. ALLISON). It was located 35 km north of PORT HARDY just east of Bramham Island near the south entrance to Schooner Passage.
by Andrew Scott

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