British Columbian Siwashes. Lilloett, [Lillooet] B.C.
Cowichan Indian Woman
"HMS Sutlej". [And "Mohawk" In Esquimalt Harbour.]
The Quamichan [Hul'qumi'num] Indian village. Vancouver Island. British Columbia. Cedar plank lodges.
Indian huts and shelter tents amongst the pine tree stumps of "Stump City" alias New Westminster, Fraser River. B. Col. Ooolachins, or Candle Fish drying. Indian children squatting. Savage Indian who came out with his gun and threatened to shoot me if I did not clear out. [In pencil]: Indians encamped at New Westminster. No. 51
Comox [Indian village]
[Indicated by arrows]: Herrings drying. Hut of mats. Indian man. Indian woman in blanket. Three canoes. A cove in Esquimalt Harbour, Vancouver Island, shewing [sic] an Indian family encamped during the herring season.
Indian Chiefs Grave (near Lytton). Indian Chiefs grave near Lytton, Fraser River, the figures are dressed up and painted, with a well made (European) kettle, punctured to prevent stealing & the skins of two of his horses for use in the happy hunting grounds - no white man there!!! (see back)....
Indian lodge Victoria Harbour. [Songhees village] These huts are built of slabs of cedar wood, which is durable and splits easily.
Full face. Fort Rupert Indian V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Profile. Indian woman V.I. [Vancouver Island]
[Barkerville's Hotel de France, before the fire of September 16, 1868.]
Songish [Songhees] Indian
Indian distribution feast, or potlach [potlatch]. Bales of blankets, and fifteen hundred dollars were given away by different individuals to my knowledge.
Sheeshat Indians (west coast) Vancouver Island.
Harrison River Indians, B.C. (Rascals.)
Indian Salmon Weir, Cowichan River, V.I [Vancouver Island] (Rear view)
Colonial Hotel owned by Bob McLeese. Soda Creek. Fraser River.
The Cornish Claim, Richfield, Cariboo.
West Government St. [Victoria]
The Great Chasm. Cariboo Wagon Rd. 107 miles above Yale.