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Cheekye as seen from the bridge

Cheekye is from the Indian name for Mount Garibald - in-ch-KAI which means "dirty place". The mountain was so named since dirty snow would result when dust would be blown onto the snowfields from cinder cones and lava. The pioneers adapted this name to the area and river.

Squamish Advance: Thursday, June 14, 1951

CONTRACT LET FOR SQUAMISH HOSPITAL

FLOODGATE REPAIRED BY WORK "BEE"

VILLAGE PLANS MORE SIDEWALKS

CHEEKYE BRIDGE BEING REPAIRED

BRITANNIA TO SELL PYRITES IN B.C.

THE CRADLE

WOODFIBRE

BOARD OF TRADE IN BUSY SESSION

TWO INJURED IN FREAK ACCIDENT

STUDENTS TO ATTEND GRADUATION BANQUET

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

B.C. ELECTRIC PLANS BUILDING PROGRAM

LOCAL STORE ADDS NEW STAFF MEMBERS

COUNTING NOISES

CUCKOO CLOCK HOUSE
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BRACKENDALE

WOODFIBRE

CLASSIFIED ADS

POUNDKEEPER

LEICESTER SQUARE
[PHOTO]

CARSON CHRISTENING
[PHOTO]

WINTER FUN IN SUMMER
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance