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  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_2015.0013.0162
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Lot 62, 63 and 64, Special Events clearing. Bldg. #094. 092, 096, 097 and 098 at the rear.

Joe, Eric Joe, Eric

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  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_2015.0013.0163
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Lot 63 and 64, Special Events clearing. Bldg. #091. 092, 093 and 096 at the rear.

Joe, Eric Joe, Eric

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  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_A-00937VCAF-932_PHO145
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Group photo, standing in the tunnel/shaft entrance to the Neversweat mine. From the album of Surgeon Lieut. J.C. Eastcott, H.M.S. `Reindeer', 1867-8".

Dally, Frederick

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  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_A-03783_PHO11105
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A group of five Chinese men standing outside in front of a cabin in the winter.

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  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_A-06022_PHO11232
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A view of a Chinese placer mine in the Cariboo. Riveted metal pipe appear in the foreground and three men are in the mid ground with a hydraulic monitor operating in the background.

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  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_D-03924_PHO2938
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The band marching up to the Cariboo Gold Fields monument (cairn) on the Wagon Road, for the unveiling. Barkerville. Aug. 10, 1929. St. Saviour's Church. Paul Gains house to the left. Chinese wash house to the right. Old Parks # 4.4.3.36.3

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  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_F-02723_PHO1632
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Front and south side of lot 34 with the Cariboo Wagon Road leading to Wells.

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  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_PHO11798
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Chinese Free Mason's building Quesnel Forks

Quackenbush,.

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  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_PHO11799
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Slogan on the rafter in the Chinese Free Mason's building at Quesnel Forks. Possibly early 1990s.

Quackenbush,.

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  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_PHO11800
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Slogan on the rafter in the Chinese Free Mason's building at Quesnel Forks. Possibly early 1990s. Ying-ying Chen translation - (Li yi mian chang): Long and unbroken benefit. Writing style: xing shu

Quackenbush,.

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