"HMS Sutlej". [And "Mohawk" In Esquimalt Harbour.]
43 miles above Yale; an evening encampment at Boothroyds, Fraser River wagon road
A frame building on Vancouver Island.
A miner's cabin, Cariboo.
A view at Yale, Fraser River; the two ladies are Miss Irving and Miss Brown of New Westminster
A view of the mile 89 post Thompson River.
Alkali Valley. 93 miles above Yale on the Cariboo Wagon Rd.
An Indian encampment Esquimalt Harbour [On reverse]: Indians encamped in a small cove, showing the rush mat habitation, mode of drying herrings, Chinook-shaped canoes, by the landing stage Esquimalt harbour, Vancouver Island.
An Indian encampment on the Fraser River. Encampment of Scachett [sic] [Skagit?] Indians at New Westminster Fraser River Brit. Columbia who came to celebrate the Queens [sic] Birthday and engage in the Canoe Races on that occasion. The blurred figures of an Indian woman, and child, the first separating the childs [sic] hair whose head is resting against the womans [sic] knees, catching the lice, and cracking them between her teeth; I have seen this done very many times F. Dally.
Barkerville. Williams Creek. 406 miles from Yale. before the Fire Sept. 16th 1868
Bill Phinney with hand rocker; rocking tailings at the Caledonia Claim, Williams Creek.
Black Jack flume. Williams Creek.
Bonaparte River Indian women on horseback - British Columbia.
Boston Bar. [On reverse] Zadoskis Grave. Fraser R.
British Columbian Siwashes. Lilloett, [Lillooet] B.C.
Building a stern wheel steamboat on the Fraser River.
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.
Called Montgomery Street by pioneer teamsters after Montgomery St. San Francisco. Chapmans Bar Bluff.
Candle fish, on sticks drying. Harrison River Indians encamped at New Westminster, Fraser River on the Queen['s] Birthday (1868) six different abodes. Shewing [sic] on the left of the photo a number of Oolachins (or candlefish) drying in the sun, also baby in basket cradle in front of the man standing up. [On reverse]: An indian encampment on the Fraser River (Harrison River Indians) British Columbia.
Canoe Creek Chief, Fraser River.
Canon [canyon] on Williams Creek. Gold discovered here in 1861.
Chapman's Bar Bluff. Fraser River.
Charles Semlin, white hat. The Bonaparte House
Chemanus [Chemainus] Chief, Flat head
Clinton. 136 miles above Yale
Colonial Hotel owned by Bob McLeese. Soda Creek. Fraser River.
Comox Indian Village [East Coast] Vancouver Island.
Comox Indian Village, north east coast Vancouver Island. No. 24
Comox [Indian village]
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.