Cranberry River
From this 1865 map by McKay and this 1864 map compiled from John Arrowsmith's documents, it appears that Cranberry River flowed from Cranberry Lake--near present-day Valemount--to the Fraser River at Tete Juan Cache. However, it was renamed “McLennan River” in the 1870s, after a Canadian Pacific surveyor.1 A “Cranberry Creek” still exists in the area, which historically connected Cranberry Lake and Mclennan River.2
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McKay, Joseph William