Adolph Creek

British Columbia. Creek: North Thompson River drainage
Flows SE into North Thompson River, W of junction with Albreda River
52°29’58” N 119°22’16” W — Map 83D/11 — GoogleGeoHack
Earliest known reference to this name is 1932 (BCGN).
Name officially adopted in 1961. Official in BCCanada

Adolph Anderson was a guide and trapper on the North Thompson River. The creek was named in 1932 in association with War Colt Group of mineral claims in this vicinity, owned by Adolph Anderson and Louis Knutson of Albreda.

References:

  • British Columbia Geographical Names. Government of BC. BCGN

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