Albreda River

River. British Columbia: Flows S into North Thompson River at Gosnell
52°29’00” N 119°08’00” W — Map 83D/6 — Google
Earliest known reference to this name is 1900.
Name officially adopted in 1961. Official in BCCanada
Map Showing Yellowhead Pass Route From Edmonton To Tête-Jaune Cache. James McEvoy, 1900. Detail of Yellowhead Pass to Tête Jaune Cache

Map Showing Yellowhead Pass Route From Edmonton To Tête-Jaune Cache. James McEvoy, 1900. Detail of Yellowhead Pass to Tête Jaune Cache
Natural Resources Canada

Appears on James McEvoy’s “Map Showing Yellowhead Pass Route From Edmonton To Tête-Jaune Cache,” 1900.

Labelled on BC map 3J, 1914 et seq, in association with Mount Albreda.

References:

  • McEvoy, James [1862–1922]. “Report on the geology and natural resources of the country traversed by the Yellowhead Pass route from Edmonton to Tête-Jaune Cache comprising portions of Alberta and British Columbia.” Geological Survey of Canada, Annual Report vol. 11 (1898), pt. D. (1900). Natural Resources Canada
  • McEvoy, James [1862–1922]. “Map Showing Yellowhead Pass Route From Edmonton To Tête-Jaune Cache.” (1900). Natural Resources Canada

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