“A brief look at the history of Lee Creek” by Jim Cooperman

The history of the tiny, unincorporated community of Lee Creek, home to the world famous Adams River salmon run, serves as a prime example of how the Shuswap was settled and the determinants for success. The four key factors behind the viability of every rural community were economic capability, ethnic background, social cohesiveness and the individual strengths of pioneers. Lee Creek, like many other rural Shuswap communities, excelled in all but economics, as families depended upon income from work outside the community, which lacked extensive farmland.
Read the rest, including the Postscript and view the images at http://shuswappassion.ca/shuswap/a-brief-look-at-the-history-of-lee-creek/
* Images used with standing permission

Author: Tim Lavery

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