Red-headed Davis's pack train cooling off before removing their aparejos on the banks of the Quesnelle [Quesnel] River.
Ike [Isaac] Oppenheimer. [man in light coat on left] Oppenheimer's Mule Train, Barkerville, Cariboo
H.M.S. Rocket and her officers
[Barkerville, The Day After The Fire Of September 1868]
[Miners From Heron Claim, Heronville And Governor Seymour Seated Outside Building. Governor Frederick Seymour on far right, Thomas Robson Pattullo in the centre, with bow tie and hat on his knee.]
[Men Posed On Flume, William's Creek; Thomas Robson Pattullo Standing In Centre.]
[Heronville, Heron Claim Miners; Left To Right, Findlay Campbell, James Laidlaw, John Adair, Mr Dougall. Man second from right is Thomas Robson Pattullo.]
[Street Scene In Barkerville.]
[Barkerville's Hotel de France, before the fire of September 16, 1868.]
The Gorge. Victoria Arm. Vancouver Island.
A view at Yale, Fraser River; the two ladies are Miss Irving and Miss Brown of New Westminster
Fort Rupert [Kwagu'ł] Indian
Indians encamped. Fraser River. Do not go near an encampment after the inhabitants have left it, for fear of vermin.
Indian Salmon Weir, Cowichan River, V.I [Vancouver Island] (Rear view)
The Cowichan Indian village, Vancouver Island.
Indian group, Fraser River. Tyhee Sizeanjute, Chief of the Bonaparte Tribe, wife, etc.
The kettles are for use in the happy hunting grounds. Zadoskis grave, with family monuments representing deceased members and relatives of the same. Fraser River.
Copper kettle, quite new with a hole through it. Horse skins for the life eternal. Horse skin for the happy hunting grounds. No white men There!!!!!! Indian Chiefs grave near Lytton. Fraser R.
Indian Chief buried in his canoe, others in boxes above. San Juan Island. (The disputed island.)
Harrison River Indians, B.C. (Rascals.)
Indian Chiefs Mausoleum at Yale, Fraser River, a great fisherman who was drowned when trying to land an enormous salmon.
Black Jack flume. Williams Creek.
Indian Chiefs tomb and effigy. Fraser River, opposite New Westminster. His wife dying of hunger and starvation at the back of the shed."
The Great Chasm. Cariboo Wagon Rd. 107 miles above Yale.
Songish [Songhees] Indian Village Victoria Harbour. Vancouver Island. Brith. [sic] Columbia. 1864
Indians on Banks of Frazer [Fraser] River. New Westminster
Sheeshat Indians (west coast) Vancouver Island.
Songish [Songhees] Indians.
West Government St. [Victoria]
Comox Indian Village [East Coast] Vancouver Island.