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Carl Creek

Category : Creek
 

Named by J.R. Akins, DLS, during his 1914 survey of the 29th Baseline for Carl Sanderson, a trapper from Fort Vermilion. Sanderson was an axeman on Akins' survey party in 1914 and 1915.

Flows south into Caribou River approximately 73 km east north-east of High Level.

Location Name : Alberta
National Topographic System (NTS) : 84 J/12
 
Sub Section | Section | Township | Range | Meridian
24-111-12-W5
 
Latitude (N) | Longitude (W)
58° 39' N 115° 53' W
 
The content above is directly derived from :
Place Names of Alberta - Volume IV
Northern Alberta

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