Roadhouse Proprietors


Index of People

First Nations Gallery

59 Mile House
70 Mile House
108 Mile House
118 Mile House
122 Mile House
127 Mile House
137 Mile House
141 Mile House
150 Mile House

Ashcroft Manor
Beaver Pass House

Hat Creek

Pinchbeck Ranch
Pollard's Cornish Roadhouse

Other People


59 Mile House

Isaac Saul

Saul was originally associated with G.B. Wright's project building part of the Cariboo Road. Later, with his partner William Innes, he pre-empted the lot at the head of the Painted Chasm.

This was a good location because it was at the end of a long climb from Pollard's through the Cut-Off Valley.

Innes was bought out by Saul in 1867, and Saul & Company was formed to run the 59 Mile House. Isaac and his brother John had come from Ontario in the earliest days of the gold rush, and had acquired, by the mid-1870s, a large amount of land between Clinton and Lac la Hache.

First Nations Gallery 70 Mile House

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