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I'll see what I can do to find more out about Howe Sound, although most history is more specific to island, places, and creeks. As for naming, we have three different names for Howe Sound, for four different parts of the Howe Sound. I get two of them confused, but I'll find out the specific parts of the Howe Sound for each of the names. As for the islands and places; there was villages, camp sites, spiritual sites all over the Howe Sound. Places like "Potlatch Creek" actually are cultural significant for ending wars between nations, and Defense Islands for bury islands. I'll add this to the list of things to ask my elders about... (I really like to use that line on here...haha) Would this be good to add? OldManRivers 05:44, 7 January 2007 (UTC)
It would all be great to add, as it would fill a void in a lot of the stuff in this article and elsewhere on Wikipedia. Really enjoying reading the stuff you've already done, and will be glad to help copy-edit or whatever as needed. It's all vital stuff and too often missing/ignored from textual history.--Keefer4 00:32, 6 February 2007 (UTC)