The Great Chasm. Cariboo Wagon Rd. 107 miles above Yale.
Indian Totem, and Chiefs House at Comox. Vancouver Island.
Photographic Views of British Columbia 1867 - 1870. [Dally Album Number 3]
Photographic Views of British Columbia 1867 to 1870
Photographic Views of British Columbia taken by F. Dally 1867-1868 [David Carl Album]
Photographic Views of British Columbia taken by F. [Frederick] Dally 1867-1868. [Dally Album Number 1]
The Ahousett [Ahousaht ] Indian Village Clayoquot Sound Vancouver Island (west coast). No. 100
Thompson R. [On reverse in Archives staff hand?]: Thompson R. Indians - Nincumshin Tribe.
Indian Salmon Caches at Yale British Columbia shewing a double pointed spear, primitive ladder, salmon net, and the Indians with their shirts out of their trousers, which is the prevaling [sic] fashion amongst them.
A view at Yale, Fraser River; the two ladies are Miss Irving and Miss Brown of New Westminster
Indian Totems - and huts, and stands for drying compressed blackberries. Comox Indian Village, Vancouver Island. (The upper and second figures have dresses on them of the highest [cotton?])
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 Group Lytton B.C.
Peace River Valley; prairie carts en route.
Looking up Peace River Valley from hill behind Dunvegan
Survey Camp On Peace River
Summit Lake Looking South.
Summit Lake And Limestone Mountains.
Near Bella Coola.
[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.]
Malacca, Scylla, Forward, Sparrowhawk, Esquimalt Harbour, Vancouver Island.