Lewis & Dryden's Marine History of the Pacific Northwest: An Illustrated Review of the Growth and Development of the Maritime Industry, from the Advent of the Earliest Navigators to the Present Time, with Sketches and Portraits of a Number of Well Known Marine Men
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On page 144, Lewis and Dryden suggest that Chilcoten Peoples killed everyone on the Nanaimo Packet, but it is not true. The crew and boat was seized by the government due to illegal whiskey sales in 1869.
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