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Moose Dixon fording the Bonaparte.
Moose Dixon fording the Bonaparte.
"Entrance to the Columbia River, ship Tonquin crossing the bar".
"Entrance to the Columbia River, ship Tonquin crossing the bar".
New Westminster Early View; Fraser River.
New Westminster Early View; Fraser River.
Fraser River
Fraser River
Sternwheeler Near Hope
Sternwheeler Near Hope
Footbridge At Boston Bar
Footbridge At Boston Bar
Fraser River near Yale
Fraser River near Yale
The very early days of New Westminster, Fraser River.
The very early days of New Westminster, Fraser River.
View Of The Fraser At Spuzzum, 10 Miles Above Yale.
View Of The Fraser At Spuzzum, 10 Miles Above Yale.
View Of The Fraser River.
View Of The Fraser River.
Leech River; Prospectors At Gold Canyon.
Leech River; Prospectors At Gold Canyon.
Leech River Prospectors At Deep Pool.
Leech River Prospectors At Deep Pool.
An unidentified pair at New Westminster.
An unidentified pair at New Westminster.
Fort Hope on the Fraser River.
Fort Hope on the Fraser River.
Fraser River, Yale in the Background.
Fraser River, Yale in the Background.
New Westminster.
New Westminster.
Fort Hope From Across The Fraser River.
Fort Hope From Across The Fraser River.
New Westminster.
New Westminster.
Regatta on the Fraser River at New Westminster.
Regatta on the Fraser River at New Westminster.
Fraser River Near Yale
Fraser River Near Yale
Leech River Mining Scene
Leech River Mining Scene
Yale, on the Fraser River.
Yale, on the Fraser River.
The gold fields of Wild Horse Creek, Fort Steele.
The gold fields of Wild Horse Creek, Fort Steele.
Fraser River
Fraser River
Pend-d'Oreille River; Sinyakwateen Depot.
Pend-d'Oreille River; Sinyakwateen Depot.
"Hudson Bay Post, Langley, 1862."
"Hudson Bay Post, Langley, 1862."
New Westminster; early view.
New Westminster; early view.
Spences Bridge, Cook's ferry, where gold was first discovered.
Spences Bridge, Cook's ferry, where gold was first discovered.
The SS Lillooet at Yate.
The SS Lillooet at Yate.
Ince Cottage, the Crease family homestead in New Westminster, from 1869 - 1969; the Bishop's house is next door.
Ince Cottage, the Crease family homestead in New Westminster, from 1869 - 1969; the Bishop's house is next door.
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