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Church on an Indian Reservation

Photograph depicts a church that was built of shaped logs on an Indian Reservation on the road leading to Seton Lake. Church was derelict, but still held pews, plastic flowers and small shrines.

Dominion Day event on Lillooet Main Street

Photograph depicts an event on Lillooet Main Street with spectator crowds. The Union Jack and Canadian Red Ensign flags suggest this may be a Dominion Day event. The Lillooet community put on large, multi-day Dominion Day events between 1912 and 1916 with many planned activities. The particular activity depicted in this photograph may be a horse race or rodeo-type event. Main Street businesses visible include the Lillooet Restaurant, the Lillooet Pool Hall, and the "OK" Baths.

Dominion Day event on Lillooet Main Street

Photograph depicts an event on Lillooet Main Street with spectator crowds. The Union Jack and Canadian Red Ensign flags suggest this may be a Dominion Day event. The Lillooet community put on large, multi-day Dominion Day events between 1912 and 1916 with many planned activities. The particular activity depicted in this photograph appears to be a horse race event. Main Street businesses visible include the Lillooet Restaurant and the "C.A. Phair General Merchant" store.

Gathering

Image depicts a gathering of people for an uncertain event at an uncertain location, possibly in Lillooet, B.C. A few tents are set up in the picture.

House in Moha "ghost" village

Photograph depicts the Moha "ghost" vilage, 20 miles west of Lillooet, at the fork of Bridge and Yalako Rivers. It used to be a gold mining village. About 8 houses/cabins were left standing, but none were occupied. Displayed is one that had 2 ft. thick walss to waist height, as shown.

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