Nisg̱a’a Highway sign installed at Kalum Lake Lookout

On October 27, 2017 the Rosswood Community Association installed the first of two commemorative signs at the Kalum Lake look out rest stop on Nisg̱a’a Highway 113.


The sign reads:

’The Nisg̱a’a Highway

This ancient transportation corridor between two major river systems, the Skeen and Nass, was originally used by Indigenous Peoples and later by trappers, miners, loggers, homesteaders and telegraph linemen.  A public road finally connected the Kitsumkalum and the Nisg̱a’a territories in 1979.

Province of British Columbia 2017’


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