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Gentile, Carlo, 1835-1893 With digital objects
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"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
"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
New Westminster; Bank of British Columbia, Hooper's Auction and Webster's Dry Goods
New Westminster; Bank of British Columbia, Hooper's Auction and Webster's Dry Goods
British Columbian Siwashes. Lilloett, [Lillooet] B.C.
British Columbian Siwashes. Lilloett, [Lillooet] B.C.
Bank of British North America, Yates Street, Victoria
Bank of British North America, Yates Street, Victoria
Bank of British North America, Yates Street, Victoria
Bank of British North America, Yates Street, Victoria
Alexander Rocke Robertson.
Alexander Rocke Robertson.
Spences Bridge, Cook's ferry, where gold was first discovered.
Spences Bridge, Cook's ferry, where gold was first discovered.
Robert Dickinson, New Westminster; once the butcher in New West; later the mayor
Robert Dickinson, New Westminster; once the butcher in New West; later the mayor
A group of colonial officials at rest, during hunting trip to Grouse Creek; Governor Frederick Seymour sitting on hay bail in centre, Matthew Baillie Begbie, hatless, at left with do
A group of colonial officials at rest, during hunting trip to Grouse Creek; Governor Frederick Seymour sitting on hay bail in centre, Matthew Baillie Begbie, hatless, at left with do
Bank of British Columbia, Yale
Bank of British Columbia, Yale
Soda Creek; end of navigation on the upper Fraser River.
Soda Creek; end of navigation on the upper Fraser River.
First Nations meeting with Governor Seymour and others near Lillooet.
First Nations meeting with Governor Seymour and others near Lillooet.
Barkerville, before the fire of 1868
Barkerville, before the fire of 1868