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One Eye Peak

One Eye Peak
Old One Eye of Princess Louisa Inlet
Prominence Princess Louise Inlet, East of Queens Reach, New Westminster Land District
Location
Location Princess Louisa Inlet , British Columbia, Canada
Range Pacific Ranges
Coordinates
Topo map NTS 92J4

One Eye Peak is a mountain located at Princess Louisa Inlet. One Eye Peak is part of the Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains in southwestern British Columbia, Canada. When Thomas F. Hamilton build his resort called the Malibu Club at the entrance of Princess Louisa Inlet he named the mountain after himself - Mt. Hamilton.[1] The mountain is typically referred to by its an English title of a Sechelt First Nation translation "TUHK-OHSS" referring to "Old One Eye" and is the protector of the inlet.[2]

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  • CM_C2308 Fraser River to N.E.Pt. of Texada Island including Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet 'Annotated' 1863.02.16 1865.08

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References

  1. ^ Hitz, Charles W.(2003). Through the Rapids - The History of Princess Louisa Inlet, p.100. Sikta 2 Publishing., Kirkland, WA.ISBN 0972025502.
  2. ^ Peterson, Lester(1990). The Story of the Sechelt Nation, p.44. Harbour Publishing. Madeirea Park, BC. ISBN 1-55017-017-1.


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