Richfield, Williams Creek, Cariboo
Photographic Views of British Columbia 1867 to 1870
Soda Creek, 266 miles above Yale and 441 from Victoria, V.I.
Officers group of H.M.S. Zealous, Admiral and Mrs. Hastings
Esquimalt Harbour, Vancouver Island.
[Heronville, Heron Claim Miners; Left To Right, Findlay Campbell, James Laidlaw, John Adair, Mr Dougall. Man second from right is Thomas Robson Pattullo.]
Camerontown, William's Creek, Cariboo
Indian Salmon Weir, Cowichan River, V.I. [Vancouver Island] (Front view)
The Guard House, Government House, Victoria.
[The Chinese servants of Government House, Victoria. Two cooks holding dead game birds, and one servant holding an iron. ]
(Northeast view) Government House.
[Interior of Government House, Victoria]
[Interior of Government House, Victoria.]
[Interior of Government House showing dining room, Victoria.]
Government House, Victoria, B.C. (south view).
Government House (north view).
The Bonaparte River Valley 111 miles above Yale.
The 127 mile house above Lilloet [Lillooet].
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
Cornwell's [Cornwall] Ranch on the Thompson River.
China Bar Bluff
Looking east on the south side of Fort Street from Government Street, Victoria
Winter Scene. Fort Street. Victoria. V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Cache Creek House.
The entrance of an Indian house. Nanaimo
Indian monumental carvings and totems with dressed figures in front of the Chiefs lodges at Comox
Totem poles at Skedans, Queen Charlotte Islands.
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?])
Indian monumental carvings at Comox, Vancouver Island, B.C.
Beach view of village and totem poles, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte Islands