Flows SW into Morkill River
53.6875 N 120.4361 W — Map 093H09 — Google — GeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1927
Official in BC – Canada
Jobe map Jarvis to Yellowhead 1915
Pre-emptor’s map Tête Jaune 1923
Mary Lenore Jobe Akeley [1878–1966] and Donald “Curly” Phillips [1884–1938] came through this area in 1914 on their way to Mount Kitchi (Mount Sir Alexander).
After searching for hours for a camp ground and feed for our horses, we came at last upon a beautifully clear stream — another branch of the Little Smoky — and pitched our tents on an old Indian camp ground. The tepee poles were grass grown and rotten, left there years before doubtless by roving Crees who had come in from Grand Cache by the Muddy Water river. We called this stream Forget-me-not Creek, as it drains Forget-me-not Pass. It was reached, moreover, after a memorable day of hard trail work.— Jobe 1915
The “Little Smoky” is the Morkill. Forgetmenot Creek was reviously recorded as the North Fork of Morkill River.
- Jobe Akeley, Mary Lenore [1878–1966]. “Mt. Kitchi: A New Peak in the Canadian Rockies.” Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, Volume 47, No. 7 (1915):481-497, p. 486. JSTOR
- British Columbia Geographical Names. Forgetmenot Creek