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The founder of Cranbrook, Colonel James Baker, named the city after his ancestral home in Cranbrook, Kent, England. He returned to England in 1900. His original residence, built in 1877, is now preserved in Baker Park and today houses the Forest Renewal Program of the Province of British Columbia.

Location: Cranbrook British Columbia

Other British Columbia History nearby:
(Cranbrook) Baker Park
(Cranbrook) Canadian Museum of Rail Travel
(Fort Steele) Fort Steele Heritage Town
(Creston) Stone House Museum & Archives

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