The Albion Machine Works, Victoria, V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Maple Bank [sic] Scenery.
Quamichan [Kw'amutsun] Siwash
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 Village Cowichan. Vancouver Island (east coast). No. 104.
The Ahousett [Ahousaht ] Indian Village Clayoquot Sound Vancouver Island (west coast). No. 100
[Street Scene In Barkerville.]
[Men Posed On Flume, William's Creek; Thomas Robson Pattullo Standing In Centre.]
[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.]
[Francis Jones Barnard's residence, the "Duvals" on Rockland Avenue, Victoria.]
[Interior of Government House, Victoria.]
The band of the Victoria Volunteer Corps.
British Columbian Siwashes. Lilloett, [Lillooet] B.C.
Sheeshat Barclay Sound
Native woman examing a child's head (which moved) for native runners and immolating them when found between her teeth. Mosqueem [Musqueam] Indian encampment on the Fraser River. Queens Birthday Visitors 1865.
The Quamichan [Hul'qumi'num] Indian Village. Vancouver Island. (East Coast.)
Canoe Creek Chief, Fraser River.
Sheeshat's [sic] (men)
Indian Salmon Weir, Cowichan River, V.I. [Vancouver Island] (Front view)
Peace and Plenty. Indian family and hut, 6 feet by 8 ft. where 6 adults and a family of two, reside in comfortable and affluent (indian) circumstances. Fraser River.
Fraser River Indians. At New Westminster (Stump City).
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.
The kettles are for use in the happy hunting grounds. Zadoskis grave, with family monuments representing deceased members and relatives of the same. Fraser River.
A view at Yale, Fraser River; the two ladies are Miss Irving and Miss Brown of New Westminster