Mussel Inlet facts for kids
Name origin and history
It was first charted in 1793 by James Johnstone, one of George Vancouver's officers during his 1791-95 expedition. It was here the men ate mussels that poisoned and killed one of them, John Carter, for whom Carter Bay is named; it is at the junction of Finlayson Channel and the west end of Sheep Passage at . Poison Cove at being the location where the mussels were harvested. A creek northwest into that cove is Poison Cove Creek.
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