Cañon on Williams Creek, gold discovered here in 1861
Heronville, Grouse Creek. Cariboo.
Hydraulicking. The six toed Pete claim, Williams Creek. Cariboo.
James Anderson, author of "Sawney's Letters". The Prairie Flower Compy. [Company] Williams Creek, Cariboo.
Kelleyville, Grouse Creek, Cariboo.
[Men Posed On Flume, William's Creek; Thomas Robson Pattullo Standing In Centre.]
[Miners From Heron Claim, Heronville And Governor Seymour Seated Outside Building. Governor Frederick Seymour on far right, Thomas Robson Pattullo in the centre, with bow tie and hat on his knee.]
Minnehaha dump box, Cariboo
The Alturas Gold Mining Claim on Lowhee Creek Cariboo. [Dally may be incorrect in this caption. It has also been identified as The Calveras [Calaveras] gold mining claim on Lowhee Creek in other versions.]
The Alturas Mining Claim. Struts [Stouts] Gulch. Cariboo.
The Aurora gold mining claim on Williams Creek; wash up for that day 485 ozs [ounces] gold. June 15th 1867.
The Canadian Company Grouse Creek.
The Cornish Claim, Richfield, Cariboo.
The Cornish hydraulic claim, Williams Creek, Cariboo
The Davis Compy's [Company's] Mining Wheel for hoisting dirt from shaft. Williams Creek.
The Mucho Oro claim, Stouts [Stout's] Gulch.
The Ne'er Do Well claim, Grouse Creek, Cariboo.
The Ne'er Do Well dump, Grouse Creek.
The new town on Musquito [Mosquito] Creek. Cariboo.
The Rankin Tunnel Compy. [Company], Grouse Creek, Cariboo. Donald Rankin [on left], James Farley [on right].
The Sheepshead shaft, Williams Creek, Cariboo. McLerhanie [left,centre, unidentified], Hance (German) [right].