Two mules loaded with lumber for construction.
Some of the other residents of Dawson City.
Settlers arriving in Aldermere by sleigh.
Red-headed Davis's pack train cooling off before removing their aparejos on the banks of the Quesnelle [Quesnel] River.
Point of Interest "Jackass Mountain"
Pack train on the telegraph trail near Hazelton.
Pack train leaving Hazelton for the telegraph trail.
Mule team used by the 43rd Company mining operation at Manson Creek.
Mules and packs
Mule train on the road to Fairview.
Mule pack train run by Jean Caux, known as Cataline.
Mr. E. Strimbold and his son Archie.
J. Heaney Cartage Wagon, Wharf Street; Victoria Employment Agency In The Background.
J. Heaney Cartage Wagon In Front Of J.H.A. Chapman, Manufacturers Agent, Wharf Street, Victoria.
Ike [Isaac] Oppenheimer. [man in light coat on left] Oppenheimer's Mule Train, Barkerville, Cariboo
Freighting in the Cariboo.
Donkey And Actors, Fort Steele
Cataline's mule train, out of Hazelton.
Cataline's Pack Train On The Main Street In Barkerville
16 Mule Team At 61 Mile House, Cariboo Road
A Yukon pack train.
"Mule train, Hazelton, BC."
"Mule Train, Hazelton, BC"; Pack Train Leaving Hazelton For The Telegraph Trail.
"Hazelton, BC"; pack mule ready for the telegraph line.
A group of men on a wharf.
Thomas S. Gore, Esquire
Kettle Valley Railway from Train
Forbidden Plateau with Fishing Craft
To Get their Letters, People Often Stood in the Street in Line, Maybe at 10 O'Clock at Night
The Spanish Explorers were the First White Visitors to the W. Coast in 1790