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Chilcotin, meaning "people of the red ochre river" may refer to:

  • The Tsilhqot'in (also called the Chilcotin), an Athabaskan First Nations people of British Columbia, Canada
  • Chilcotin language, the language spoken by the Tsilhqot’in
  • The Chilcotin Country, a region in British Columbia also known as "the Chilcotin"
  • The Chilcotin River, a river in British Columbia
  • Chilcotin Lake, a lake in British Columbia
  • The Chilcotin War of 1864
  • Fort Chilcotin, a 19th-century outpost of the Hudson's Bay Company
  • The Chilcotin Ranges, a group of mountain ranges in British Columbia
  • Chilcotin Plateau, a subplateau of the Fraser Plateau in British Columbia
  • Chilcotin Group, a volcanic formation in British Columbia
  • Chilcotin Forest, a community west of Williams Lake, British Columbia
  • Coast Chilcotin, a Canadian federal electoral district, 1968-1979
  • Cariboo—Chilcotin, a Canadian federal electoral district, 1979-2003
  • Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, a regional-marketing division of Tourism British Columbia
  • Chilcotin (sternwheeler), a paddle steamer from the upper Fraser River in British Columbia
  • Canadian Forces Camp Chilcotin, a Canadian Forces training camp in the Chilcotin District
  • Chilcoten, later Chilcotin, was the original post office name for Riske Creek, British Columbia
Chilcotin (sternwheeler)

Usage examples of "chilcotin".

The profligate lumber­ing operations that had stripped away so much of the Cana­dian forest earlier in the century were now at an end, and nature was fast reclaiming the remoter parts of the Cariboo and Chilcotin country.