The 80 mile house on the Thompson River.
"Nootka Sound Indians, Vancouver Island, Where Captain Cook was in March 1778"; Friendly Cove; also in photo is Dr. I.W. Powell, Indian Commissioner; boat and seamen
Looking east on the south side of Fort Street from Government Street, Victoria
Esquimalt Town, V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Victoria from Church Hill: left foreground is French Hospital; right Roman Catholic church, Humboldt Street, now St. Ann's Chapel; Bishop Demers home between them
James Bay Bridge
James Bay Bridge, Victoria
First James Bay Bridge, Built 1859; view From the grounds of the Birdcages
Naval seamen at Friendly Cove, Nootka Sound.
Bella Coola; Dr. Powell at centre, Hamilton Moffatt third from right, with officers of HMS Boxer.
Alexandra suspension bridge across the Fraser River, built 1863; at Spuzzum, thirteen miles above Yale
The Misses Pidett [Pidwell?]
Charles Semlin, white hat. The Bonaparte House
A view at Yale, Fraser River; the two ladies are Miss Irving and Miss Brown of New Westminster
A Miss Brown and a Miss Irving, the only two unmarried women of New Westminster at that time; on the road to Spuzzum from Yale, on the Fraser River
"First ocean-going vessel to enter the Fraser River"; New Westminster
[Members of first Legislature after the union of the two colonies, in front of Birdcages, Victoria]
The 108 Mile House (owned by Thomas Roper at one time - J. Ranch brother of W. Roper, of Cherry Creek, now living in Victoria, Oak Bay
British Columbian Siwashes. Lilloett, [Lillooet] B.C.
Fraser River Above Yale.
The entrance of an Indian house. Nanaimo
Freighting on the Cariboo Highway through the Fraser Canyon, BC, in 1898
The Albion Machine Works, Victoria, V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Burrard Inlet, Vancouver; hulk of the Cornelius to the right of the sailing ships
The Land Office, The Legislative Council Court, The Colonial Office, The Supreme Court, The Treasury
A collection of portraits of native people from different tribes
Government Street, Victoria, B.C.
Looking east on Fort Street from Government Street, Victoria
West Government St. [Victoria]
"Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Greer"; on their wedding day