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Photographic prints and research documentation regarding field photographs taken during the 1873 and 1874 government tours on the H.M.S Boxer are available at the Royal British Columbia Museum’s Indigenous Collections and Repatriation department. These are housed in the Indigenous audio-visual photographic collections. For photographs relating to a similar group portrait posed with a display of caught fish, likely photographed at the same location depicted in this image, see PN04745 (same as J-04222 in the BC Archives holdings). For this photograph, see PN4631 (same as J-04536 in the BC Archives holdings). Please contact the Indigenous Collections and Repatriation department to determine the access status of these records.
In this series (MS-3378), for photographs relating to a similar group portrait posed with a display of caught fish, likely photographed at the same location depicted in this image, see J-04222. Part of the Maynard family collection (PR-1259).
Other private records hold related textual records. For textual materials such as photographer Richard Maynard’s personal account of the 1874 tour of inspection with I.W. Powell, see the entry “1874 Round Van. Island on HMS Boxer" in one of the Maynard notebooks sometimes referred to as “book 1” available in MS-1077 Newcombe Family papers (reel A01764, box/volume 47, file 2a). In some instances, outdated terms are present in this volume used by Richard Maynard to identify Indigenous people and communities. For an example, historical terminology found in photographic captions reflect terms used in Chinook jargon (e.g. the use of the English term "Squaw" which has translated to “Kloochman” in Chinook, of which the Chinook term “Kloochman” has translated to “Woman; female” in English).