Barkerville. Williams Creek. 406 miles from Yale. before the Fire Sept. 16th 1868
Bill Phinney with hand rocker; rocking tailings at the Caledonia Claim, Williams Creek.
Black Jack flume. Williams Creek.
British Columbian Siwashes. Lilloett, [Lillooet] B.C.
Canon [canyon] on Williams Creek. Gold discovered here in 1861.
Clinton. 136 miles above Yale
Colonial Hotel owned by Bob McLeese. Soda Creek. Fraser River.
Heronville, Grouse Creek. Cariboo.
Ike [Isaac] Oppenheimer. [man in light coat on left] Oppenheimer's Mule Train, Barkerville, Cariboo
James Anderson, author of "Sawney's Letters". The Prairie Flower Compy. [Company] Williams Creek, Cariboo.
Kelleyville, Grouse Creek, Cariboo.
Minnehaha dump box, Cariboo
Still standing but added to and enlarged. Now belonging to Lord Egerton [xxxxx?] 1915. Built and owned by Jefferies [xxxxx?] The 100 Mile House, Bridge Creek
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
The 164 Mile House. Deep Creek - the notorious Frank Way.
The Alturas Gold Mining Claim on Lowhee Creek Cariboo. [Dally may be incorrect in this caption. It has also been identified as The Calveras [Calaveras] gold mining claim on Lowhee Creek in other versions.]
The Alturas Mining Claim. Struts [Stouts] Gulch. Cariboo.
The Canadian Company Grouse Creek.
The Cornish Claim, Richfield, Cariboo.
The Davis Compy's [Company's] Mining Wheel for hoisting dirt from shaft. Williams Creek.
The Great Chasm. Cariboo Wagon Rd. 107 miles above Yale.
The Hamilton family at their ranch at Lightning Creek, Cariboo, from left to right; John Hamilton Jr., daughter Elizabeth Muir, Mrs. John Hamilton, John Hamilton Sr., unknown.
The Mucho Oro claim, Stouts [Stout's] Gulch.
The Ne'er Do Well claim, Grouse Creek, Cariboo.
The Sheepshead shaft, Williams Creek, Cariboo. McLerhanie [left,centre, unidentified], Hance (German) [right].
The [Happy?] Home Group, Cariboo. J. Mc. Smith, George [?], [Marcus Wolf?]. Judge Needham, Robert [Burrell?]. Robert Pool.
The new town on Musquito [Mosquito] Creek. Cariboo.
[Barkerville's Hotel de France, before the fire of September 16, 1868.]