The SS Beaver, in her days as a survey ship, moored in Victoria Harbour.
SS Onward at Emory's Bar near Yale.
"Steamer Reliance at Yale, BC"; stereographic view.
Officers group. H.M.S. "Sutlej".
"HMS Sutlej". [And "Mohawk" In Esquimalt Harbour.]
Officers group of H.M.S. Zealous, Admiral and Mrs. Hastings.
Ox team at Clinton
Mucho Oro Claim, Stouts Gulch
The great bluff at the 80 mile post, the Fraser River, B.C. [Dally's title is incorrect - this is actually on the Thompson River].
The Ne'er Do Well dump, Grouse Creek.
A miner's cabin, Cariboo.
Bill Phinney with hand rocker; rocking tailings at the Caledonia Claim, Williams Creek.
Called Montgomery Street by pioneer teamsters after Montgomery St. San Francisco. Chapmans Bar Bluff.
The Town of Barkerville, Williams Creek, Cariboo before the fire
Camerontown, William's Creek, Cariboo
The Davis Compy's [Company's] Mining Wheel for hoisting dirt from shaft. Williams Creek.
The Mucho Oro claim, Stouts [Stout's] Gulch.
The Church of Our Lord, Victoria; corner of Blanshard and Humboldt Streets; Whitehorse Saloon in stone on left.
The Aurora gold mining claim on Williams Creek; wash up for that day 485 ozs [ounces] gold. June 15th 1867.
The Colonial Secretary's Office; The Colonial Office, Victoria, Vancouver Island, B.C.; The Governor's Office.
HMS Zealous, flagship of Rear Admiral George Fowler Hastings, Commander in chief, Pacific Station, royal Navy, 1866 to 1869.
Yale, Fraser River, B.C.
The Land Office, The Legislative Council Court, The Colonial Office, The Supreme Court, The Treasury
Shaft Entrance Of Neversweat Tunnel Co. Claim, Williams Creek
Arthur T. Bushby.
Mrs. Henry Pering Pellew Crease, nee Sarah Lindley.
Funeral of Sir James Douglas, at the Church of our Lord, corner of Blanshard and Humboldt Streets, Victoria; Sir James donated the land the church was built on
Roderick Finlaysons [sic] Esq. House & Grounds.