We do not know his name: Klatsassin and the Chilcotin War

James Openshaw

James Openshaw, a native of Lancashire, England, was working with Waddington's road crew when it was attacked on the Bute Inlet trail, April 30, 1864. Along with nine of his companions, he was killed at dawn by Tsilhqot'in warriors while still sleeping in his tent.

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Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canadian History