The Great Chasm. Cariboo Wagon Rd. 107 miles above Yale.
Songish [Songhees] Indian Village Victoria Harbour. Vancouver Island. Brith. [sic] Columbia. 1864
A view at Yale, Fraser River; the two ladies are Miss Irving and Miss Brown of New Westminster
Songish [Songhees] Indian
Hydah [Haida] Indian B.C. Queen Charlotte Island. This Hydah Indian was murdered after making for me a pair of silver bracelets.
Full face. Cowichan Indian V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Side face. Indian Cowichan V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Profile. Indian woman V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Full face. Indian woman V.I. [Vancouver Island]. All the other portraits are of men.
Profile. Songish [Songhees] Indian.
Full face. Songish [Songhees] Indian.
Full face. Sheeshat Indian V. I. [Vancouver Island]
Profile. Nincumshin Indian. B.C.
Full face. Nincumshin Indian B.C.
Side face. Fort Rupert Indian. V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Full face. Fort Rupert Indian V.I. [Vancouver Island]
[In pencil]: Indian distribution feast by the Songish [Songhees] Indians Victoria Harbour V.I. [Vancouver Island] No. 11. [ In ink]: View of a great Potlach [potlatch] when over $3000 and 200 blankets with ten guns were given away. The night before the distribution the invited guests assemble in one of the largest huts, and the Indians who are going to give away goods and presents on the morrow, tear up a blanket and call out the name of one of the visitors present, and give him a strip or shred of the blanket which is to be given up when he receives a present, in exchange for the shred of blanket. I was present at a great Potlach when living in Victoria V.I. Fredk. Dally.
Indian house. Songish [Songhees] Rancherie. Victoria V.I. [Vancouver Island].
Indian lodge Victoria Harbour. [Songhees village] These huts are built of slabs of cedar wood, which is durable and splits easily.
Fraser R. [First Nations grave at Yale, B.C.]
Indian chiefs grave near Yale on the Fraser River. Brit. Columbia. No. 40.