Kootanae House

Kootanae House, also spelled Kootenae House, was a North West Company fur trading post built by Jaco Finlay under the direction of David Thompson near present-day Invermere, British Columbia in 1807.

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is a popular year-round tourist and recreation destination in the Columbia River Valley of southeastern in the nestled between the to the east and the Purcell Mountains to the west. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Kootanae House

50.5268° or 50° 31' 36.5" north
-116.0455° or 116° 2' 43.6" west
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Also Known As

  • Dutch: Kootanae House
  • French: Kootanae House
  • French: Kootenae House
  • Japanese: クートネー・ハウス
  • Kootenae House National Historic Site

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