13 miles from Yale, B.C., the Alexandra suspension bridge, Fraser River, B.C.
22 miles above Yale; The ascent to China Bar Bluff; Fraser River wagon road.
43 miles above Yale; an evening encampment at Boothroyds, Fraser River wagon road
A view at 19 Mile Post, Fraser River
Alexandra suspension bridge across the Fraser River, built 1863; at Spuzzum, thirteen miles above Yale
Barnard's Stage at Yale. For Soda Creek, Fraser River.
Called Montgomery Street by pioneer teamsters after Montgomery St. San Francisco. Chapmans Bar Bluff.
Cariboo Road one mile above Yale
Chapman's Bar Bluff. Fraser River.
Chapmans Bar House, 14 miles above Yale, Fraser R.
Fort Yale, B.C. O'Reilly's house.
Fraser River. Oolachons [oolichan] drying - basket cradle - rush house for a family of eight. Candle fish. Rush mats for sleeping on, and lice to keep them awake.
George Salter's place, also known as 42 Mile House or Halfway House
Hells [Hell's] Gate Cañon, Fraser River, 23 miles above Yale
Indian Salmon Caches at Yale British Columbia shewing a double pointed spear, primitive ladder, salmon net, and the Indians with their shirts out of their trousers, which is the prevaling [sic] fashion amongst them.
Indian underground house. Indian Salmon Caches. Yale. Fraser River.
Indians shamming to be at prayer for the sake of photography. Fraser River . At the priests request all the Indians kneel down and assume an attitude of devotion. Amen.
Jackass Mountain, 44 miles above Yale
Jackass Mountain, showing the road, the Precipice
Mule team with freight at Yale. Starting for the Cariboo mines.