Carmi, British Columbia
Carmi is a ghost town in the Boundary Country region of British Columbia, Canada.The town is located on the west side of West Kettle River, east of Penticton. Carmi emerged as a silver mining camp just after the turn of the 20th century, named after the nearby mine. By 1910, Carmi had a hotel which was owned by "Trapper" Smith. Crude log homes also existed in Carmi at this time. When the mine ceased operations, the town disappeared after 3 decades of existence. The hotel, called the Smith House, could still be seen in Carmi in 1973.
- "Carmi". BCGNIS. Retrieved 8 January 2012.
- N.L. Barlee (1973), Gold Creeks and Ghost Towns. Canada West Publications.