Sketch 15: My Cayuse .... Nichola Lake.
Canadian National Railway 4-6-0, No. 1428, Kamloops
Canadian National Railway 4-6-0, No. 1428
John Tod Saves Fort Thompson from Attack, 1843.
Sketch of Fort Kamloops, BC; from "Fort Kamloops Journal" kept by John Tod, 31 August 1841 to 19 December 1843; BC Archives A/B/20/K12 - 1841-43.
Thomas Russell Buie.
Lytton Indian Cemetery.
View of Lytton from the water tank looking north on the Fraser River.
Ashcroft Manor; Cornwall's Ashcroft ranch.
First dwelling In Kamloops.
Spences Bridge, Cook's ferry, where gold was first discovered.
John Clapperton, government agent at Nicola.
Side View Of A Chasm, 13 Miles Above Clinton.
Stagecoaches in front of Clinton Hotel
Kamloops Hudson's Bay Company post.
View of the Great Chasm.
"St. Paul and family; Kamloops, most celebrated Indian Chief in British North America"; Jean Baptist St. Paul "Lolo", his wife and two daughters; taken at Thompson River Post, Fort Kamloops
Jim Campbell and young girls.
Pack Train Encamped On The Thompson River
BC Express Dufferin Coach; J.B. Leighton on the box, James Cran, Charles Miller, and Judge Galliher.
A view of the mile 89 post Thompson River.
Toll gate. Toll keeper John Clapperton, succeeded by John Murray, formerly guard on B.X. [British Columbia Express Company] Spences Bridge. Thompson River.
Charles Semlin, white hat. The Bonaparte House
Cornwell's [Cornwall] Ranch on the Thompson River.