Especially after the Great Northern Railroad reached Wenatchee – an created a boomtown with it – river traffic with paddlewheels to the navigable river north of town and into the Okanagon River was lucrative. This river bounty was eventually superceded when the railroad ran competing rails north to the same communities and farms along both rivers.

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