Sketch 15: My Cayuse .... Nichola Lake.
Canadian National Railway 4-6-0, No. 1428, Kamloops
Canadian National Railway 4-6-0, No. 1428
John Tod Saves Fort Thompson from Attack, 1843.
Sketch of Fort Kamloops, BC; from "Fort Kamloops Journal" kept by John Tod, 31 August 1841 to 19 December 1843; BC Archives A/B/20/K12 - 1841-43.
Thomas Russell Buie.
Lytton Indian Cemetery.
View of Lytton from the water tank looking north on the Fraser River.
Ashcroft Manor; Cornwall's Ashcroft ranch.
First dwelling In Kamloops.
Spences Bridge, Cook's ferry, where gold was first discovered.
John Clapperton, government agent at Nicola.
Side View Of A Chasm, 13 Miles Above Clinton.
Stagecoaches in front of Clinton Hotel
Kamloops Hudson's Bay Company post.
View of the Great Chasm.
Pack Train Encamped On The Thompson River
Jim Campbell and young girls.
"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
BC Express Dufferin Coach; J.B. Leighton on the box, James Cran, Charles Miller, and Judge Galliher.
A view of the mile 89 post Thompson River.
Toll gate. Toll keeper John Clapperton, succeeded by John Murray, formerly guard on B.X. [British Columbia Express Company] Spences Bridge. Thompson River.
Rev'd. Mr. Good and his indian school at Lytton. Fraser River.
Cornwell's [Cornwall] Ranch on the Thompson River.