Fort Chilcotin was a short-lived trading post of the Hudson's Bay Company, located at the confluence of the Chilko and Chilcotin Rivers, British Columbia, Canada. It operated between the years 1836 and 1844. A commercial failure due to the lack of interest in the company merchandise shown by the Tsilhqot'in people, its operations were moved north to Fort Kluskus in Dakelh Territory.
- "North West Company page, Fraser's Expedition", City of Quesnel website
- Chilcotin War Timeline, "We Do Not Know His Name", Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canadian history website
- Canadian Forces Camp Chilcotin (sometimes referred to as Fort Chilcotin, and in the same general vicinity)
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