"HMS Sutlej". [And "Mohawk" In Esquimalt Harbour.]
Bill Phinney with hand rocker; rocking tailings at the Caledonia Claim, Williams Creek.
The Hamilton family at their ranch at Lightning Creek, Cariboo, from left to right; John Hamilton Jr., daughter Elizabeth Muir, Mrs. John Hamilton, John Hamilton Sr., unknown.
Government House, Cary Castle, Victoria; View From The Northwest.
New Westminster Mental Hospital And Penitentiary
Steilacoom, Puget Sound, Washington Territory.
Indian graves at Boston Bar
Cowichan Indian Woman
[A Haida woman]
Fort Rupert Indian.
John Goodfellow, Manager of the Bank of British North America
The Town of Barkerville, Williams Creek, Cariboo before the fire
The Gorge. Victoria Arm. Vancouver Island.
Indian Village Cowichan. Vancouver Island (east coast). No. 104.
Quatseeno [Quatsino] Indian Village, Vancouver Island. This is the best part of the country for obtaining flat head skulls. Indians squatting down out [of] their ranches. Drying stands in the foreground for fish, berries etc. Quatseeno Indian Village, Quatseeno Sound on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The Indian skulls at this village are greatly deformed by flattening during infancy....
Indians at Lytton B.C. Indian group at Lytton where the Thompson River joins the Fraser River. Indian Chief in Buckskin coat and fur hat also Indian woman nourishing her child in a basket cradle. These indians [sic] ride on horseback and differ very much from the Vancouver Island Indians who do not possess horses.
Indian canoes (chinook shape) from the west coast of Vancouver Island, assembled by invitation in Victoria Harbour on the occasion of a great Indian Potlash [sic] - or giving away feast by the Songish tribe of Indians, who give.....
Indian huts and shelter tents amongst the pine tree stumps of "Stump City" alias New Westminster, Fraser River. B. Col. Ooolachins, or Candle Fish drying. Indian children squatting. Savage Indian who came out with his gun and threatened to shoot me if I did not clear out. [In pencil]: Indians encamped at New Westminster. No. 51
The Ahousett [Ahousaht ] Indian Village Clayoquot Sound Vancouver Island (west coast). No. 100
Quamichan [Hul'qumi'num] Indian Village near to Cowitchan [sic] [Cowichan] east coast of Vancouver Island
The Quamichan [Hul'qumi'num] Indian village. Vancouver Island. British Columbia. Cedar plank lodges.
Indian Village Comox Vancouver Island. The highest carving has a carved wooden head suspended by the sinew of a deer in memory of his brave and daring feat in [waying? waylaying?] a family of eleven indians, men, women, and children and bringing their heads home to his lodge as trophies of his prowess. Berries were drying on the rude structures in front of their houses, made or pressed into cakes for winter use.
Indian Grave three carvings to the memory of a man, his wife and papoose. Comox North East Coast Vancouver Island.
Boston Bar. [On reverse] Zadoskis Grave. Fraser R.
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.
Harrison River Indians encamped; Indian basket cradle in front of the man standing upright; sticks and matting to form their tents; Oolachins or the candle fishes drying on sticks; the place where they had encamped was dangerous to stand about on, as for days afterwards the grey-backs (lice) were quite numerous and very hungry, as I can personally testify to, to my annoyance and disgust. Lo the poor Indian!! Have you used Pear's [Pears'] Soap? F.D.
[In pencil] Indians encamped on the Fraser River. [In ink] Harrison River Indians encamped on the Fraser River - May 24th 1869.
Fraser River Indians B.C. near Mission. Pretending to be at prayer, all humbug. Never paid for, not a red cent. No. 39
[Crossed out] Harrison River [Replaced with] Musquiam [Musqueam]] Indians encamped at New Westminster, Fraser River. B.C. Indian woman in tent examining a childs [sic] head for live stock, and cracking the captured ones between her teeth, but moved in her efforts, which has blurred the otherwise pretty picture - a solemen [sic] fact. F. Dally.
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.