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Three Mile Canon [canyon] on the Fraser River, B.C.  The wagon road.  Poles for drying salmon on.
Three Mile Canon [canyon] on the Fraser River, B.C. The wagon road. Poles for drying salmon on.
Eight Mile Canon [Canyon], Fraser River, British Columbia.
Eight Mile Canon [Canyon], Fraser River, British Columbia.
Salmon net.  Salmon spear.  Indian ladder.  Indian Salmon Caches. Yale.  Fraser River.
Salmon net. Salmon spear. Indian ladder. Indian Salmon Caches. Yale. Fraser River.
Indian underground house.  Indian Salmon Caches.  Yale.  Fraser River.
Indian underground house. Indian Salmon Caches. Yale. Fraser River.
Candle fish, on sticks drying.  Harrison River Indians encamped at New Westminster, Fraser River on the Queen['s] Birthday (1868) six different abodes.  Shewing [sic] on the left of the photo a number of Oolachins (or candlefish) drying in the sun, also baby in basket cradle in front of the man standing up.  [On reverse]:  An indian encampment on the Fraser River (Harrison River Indians) British Columbia.
Candle fish, on sticks drying. Harrison River Indians encamped at New Westminster, Fraser River on the Queen['s] Birthday (1868) six different abodes. Shewing [sic] on the left of the photo a number of Oolachins (or candlefish) drying in the sun, also baby in basket cradle in front of the man standing up. [On reverse]: An indian encampment on the Fraser River (Harrison River Indians) British Columbia.
Harrison River Indians encamped; Indian basket cradle in front of the man standing upright; sticks and matting to form their tents; Oolachins or the candle fishes drying on sticks; the place where they had encamped was dangerous to stand about on, as for days afterwards the grey-backs (lice) were quite numerous and very hungry, as I can personally testify to, to my annoyance and disgust.  Lo the poor Indian!!  Have you used Pear's [Pears'] Soap?  F.D.
Harrison River Indians encamped; Indian basket cradle in front of the man standing upright; sticks and matting to form their tents; Oolachins or the candle fishes drying on sticks; the place where they had encamped was dangerous to stand about on, as for days afterwards the grey-backs (lice) were quite numerous and very hungry, as I can personally testify to, to my annoyance and disgust. Lo the poor Indian!! Have you used Pear's [Pears'] Soap? F.D.
[In pencil] Indians encamped on the Fraser River.  [In ink] Harrison River Indians encamped on the Fraser River - May 24th 1869.
[In pencil] Indians encamped on the Fraser River. [In ink] Harrison River Indians encamped on the Fraser River - May 24th 1869.
[Crossed out] Harrison River  [Replaced with] Musquiam [Musqueam]] Indians encamped at New Westminster, Fraser River. B.C.  Indian woman in tent examining a childs [sic] head for live stock, and cracking the captured ones between her teeth, but moved in her efforts, which has blurred the otherwise pretty picture - a solemen [sic] fact.  F. Dally.
[Crossed out] Harrison River [Replaced with] Musquiam [Musqueam]] Indians encamped at New Westminster, Fraser River. B.C. Indian woman in tent examining a childs [sic] head for live stock, and cracking the captured ones between her teeth, but moved in her efforts, which has blurred the otherwise pretty picture - a solemen [sic] fact. F. Dally.
An Indian encampment on the Fraser River.  Encampment of Scachett [sic] [Skagit?] Indians at New Westminster Fraser River Brit. Columbia who came to celebrate the Queens [sic] Birthday and engage in the Canoe Races on that occasion.  The blurred figures of an Indian woman, and child, the first separating the childs [sic] hair whose head is resting against the womans [sic] knees, catching the lice, and cracking them between her teeth; I have seen this done very many times  F. Dally.
An Indian encampment on the Fraser River. Encampment of Scachett [sic] [Skagit?] Indians at New Westminster Fraser River Brit. Columbia who came to celebrate the Queens [sic] Birthday and engage in the Canoe Races on that occasion. The blurred figures of an Indian woman, and child, the first separating the childs [sic] hair whose head is resting against the womans [sic] knees, catching the lice, and cracking them between her teeth; I have seen this done very many times F. Dally.
Indian Lodge.  Fraser River.  B. Columbia
Indian Lodge. Fraser River. B. Columbia
Indians encamped.  Indian hut at Chapmans [Chapman's] Bar, Fraser River, Brit. Columbia. no. 47
Indians encamped. Indian hut at Chapmans [Chapman's] Bar, Fraser River, Brit. Columbia. no. 47