A view at Yale, Fraser River; the two ladies are Miss Irving and Miss Brown of New Westminster
Bonaparte River Indian women on horseback - British Columbia.
Burrards [Burrard] Inlet. British Columbia. When I was taking this photograph the boy imitated all my movements with an empty beer bottle and a coat over his head as if he was doing the same thing.
Canoe Creek Chief, Fraser River.
Clay-sa-luke - Comiaken Chief
Comiaken (Qw’umiyiqun) Village, Cowichan
Comox Indian Village [East Coast] Vancouver Island.
Cowichans. Potatoe [sic] sellers.
Fort Rupert [Kwagu'ł] Indian
Fort Rupert [Kwagu'ł] man.
Fraser River. Oolachons [oolichan] drying - basket cradle - rush house for a family of eight. Candle fish. Rush mats for sleeping on, and lice to keep them awake.
Fraser River Indians.
Fraser River Indians. At New Westminster (Stump City).
Harrison River Indians, B.C. (Rascals.)
Heronville, Grouse Creek. Cariboo.
Herring's [sic] drying - Rush hut - fish spears - Indian woman cooking etc.. Chinook canoes. Esquimalt Harbour. V. Island [Vancouver Island].
Indian canoes - Chinook shape - Vancouver Island. Belonging to the invited visitors to the great Potlach [potlatch].
Indian Chief buried in his canoe, others in boxes above. San Juan Island. (The disputed island.)
Indian Chiefs Mausoleum at Yale, Fraser River, a great fisherman who was drowned when trying to land an enormous salmon.
Indian Chiefs tomb and effigy. Fraser River, opposite New Westminster. His wife dying of hunger and starvation at the back of the shed."
Indian distribution feast, or potlach [potlatch]. Bales of blankets, and fifteen hundred dollars were given away by different individuals to my knowledge.
Indian group, Fraser River. Tyhee Sizeanjute, Chief of the Bonaparte Tribe, wife, etc.
Indian monumental carvings and totems with dressed figures in front of the Chiefs lodges at Comox
Indian monumental carvings at Comox, Vancouver Island, B.C.
Indian Salmon Weir, Cowichan River, V.I. [Vancouver Island] (Front view)
Indian Salmon Weir, Cowichan River, V.I [Vancouver Island] (Rear view)
Indian school. Cowichan. Vancouver Island.
Indian Totem, and Chiefs House at Comox. Vancouver Island.
Indian underground house. Indian Salmon Caches. Yale. Fraser River.
Indians at a Potlach [potlatch]. Songish [Songhees] tribe. The distribution of blankets, muskets etc. at a grand distribution feast or potlach."