Songish [Songhees] Indian Village Victoria Harbour. Vancouver Island. Brith. [sic] Columbia. 1864
John Goodfellow, Manager of the Bank of British North America
Indian canoes (chinook shape) from the west coast of Vancouver Island, assembled by invitation in Victoria Harbour on the occasion of a great Indian Potlash [sic] - or giving away feast by the Songish tribe of Indians, who give.....
Herring's [sic] drying - Rush hut - fish spears - Indian woman cooking etc.. Chinook canoes. Esquimalt Harbour. V. Island [Vancouver Island].
Indian canoes - Chinook shape - Vancouver Island. Belonging to the invited visitors to the great Potlach [potlatch].
Indian distribution feast, or potlach [potlatch]. Bales of blankets, and fifteen hundred dollars were given away by different individuals to my knowledge.
Indians at a Potlach [potlatch]. Songish [Songhees] tribe. The distribution of blankets, muskets etc. at a grand distribution feast or potlach."
Songish [Songhees] Chief's sister with fish for sale.
The Gorge. Victoria Arm. Vancouver Island.
Quamichan [Kw'amutsun] Siwash
Officers group. H.M.S. "Sutlej".
Victoria. V.I. [Vancouver Island] (left side).
Maple Bank [sic] Scenery.
"HMS Sutlej". [And "Mohawk" In Esquimalt Harbour.]
Roderick Finlaysons [sic] Esq. House & Grounds.
Government House, Cary Castle, Victoria; View From The Northwest.