Eddontenajon

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Eddontenajon is located in British Columbia
Eddontenajon
Eddontenajon
Location of Eddontenajon in British Columbia

Eddontenajon is an unincorporated settlement in the Stikine Country of the northwestern British Columbia Interior in Canada. It is located along the Stewart-Cassiar Highway on the northeast side of Eddontenajon Lake and comprises a small commercial centre as well as the community. It should not be confused with the original Eddontenajon Post Office, now renamed Iskut which is a few miles farther north at the north end of the lake.[1]

The name means "child walking in the water" in the Tahltan language.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Eddontenajon (community)". BC Geographical Names.

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Coordinates: 57°48′47″N 129°57′32″W / 57.813°N 129.959°W / 57.813; -129.959