Mount Jarvis

Alberta-BC boundary. Mount: Fraser River drainage
N of Kakwa Lake near BC-Alberta boundary
54°04’25” N 120°10’01” W — Map 93I/1 — GoogleGeoHack
Earliest known reference to this name is 1877 (CPR Report).
Name officially adopted in 1917
Official in BCCanada

Adopted in the 15th Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, 31 March 1917, as identified in 1877 CPR Report. E.W. Jarvis, CE, who with his assistant C.F. Hanington, explored the region in 1875 in connection with CPR surveys. See CPR Report 1877. Also Jarvis Lakes and Pass.

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