British Columbian Siwashes. Lilloett, [Lillooet] B.C.
Sheeshat Barclay Sound
Canoe Creek Chief, Fraser River.
Sheeshat's [sic] (men)
Peace and Plenty. Indian family and hut, 6 feet by 8 ft. where 6 adults and a family of two, reside in comfortable and affluent (indian) circumstances. Fraser River.
Fraser River Indians. At New Westminster (Stump City).
Tyhee, Chin-e-mitze. The Nincumshin tribe of Indians on the Thompson River. B.C.
Copper kettle, quite new with a hole through it. Horse skins for the life eternal. Horse skin for the happy hunting grounds. No white men There!!!!!! Indian Chiefs grave near Lytton. Fraser R.
The kettles are for use in the happy hunting grounds. Zadoskis grave, with family monuments representing deceased members and relatives of the same. Fraser River.
Quamichan [Kw'amutsun] Siwash
Indians at Lytton B.C. Indian group at Lytton where the Thompson River joins the Fraser River. Indian Chief in Buckskin coat and fur hat also Indian woman nourishing her child in a basket cradle. These indians [sic] ride on horseback and differ very much from the Vancouver Island Indians who do not possess horses.
Boston Bar. [On reverse] Zadoskis Grave. Fraser R.
Esq. [Esquimalt Harbour]
An Indian encampment Esquimalt Harbour [On reverse]: Indians encamped in a small cove, showing the rush mat habitation, mode of drying herrings, Chinook-shaped canoes, by the landing stage Esquimalt harbour, Vancouver Island.
Indian chiefs grave near Yale on the Fraser River. Brit. Columbia. No. 40.
Full face. Nincumshin Indian B.C.
Side face. Indian Cowichan V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Full face. Cowichan Indian V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Hydah [Haida] Indian B.C. Queen Charlotte Island. This Hydah Indian was murdered after making for me a pair of silver bracelets.
Songish [Songhees] Indian
[A Haida woman]
Indian Village Comox Vancouver Island. The highest carving has a carved wooden head suspended by the sinew of a deer in memory of his brave and daring feat in [waying? waylaying?] a family of eleven indians, men, women, and children and bringing their heads home to his lodge as trophies of his prowess. Berries were drying on the rude structures in front of their houses, made or pressed into cakes for winter use.
Fraser River Indians B.C. near Mission. Pretending to be at prayer, all humbug. Never paid for, not a red cent. No. 39
Indians encamped. Indian hut at Chapmans [Chapman's] Bar, Fraser River, Brit. Columbia. no. 47
Indian Chiefs [sic] Tomb and painted face Monument. Fraser River. One of the chiefs [sic] wives was dying gradually and willingly in a lean to shed at the back of the tomb. Indian chiefs [sic] tomb and effigy opposite New Westminster. Fraser River, British Columbia, 1868. No. 32....