The Cariboo Trail A Chronicle of the Gold-fields of British Columbia
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The Cariboo Trail A Chronicle of the Gold-fields of British Columbia

By Agnes C. Laut
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  • The first Legislative Assembly of Vancouver Island
    • THE
  • CARIBOO TRAIL
    • A Chronicle of the Gold-fields of British Columbia
      • BY
      • AGNES C. LAUT
      • TORONTO GLASGOW, BROOK & COMPANY 1916
    • BY
    • AGNES C. LAUT
    • TORONTO GLASGOW, BROOK & COMPANY 1916
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • Map of the Cariboo Country
      • CHAPTER I
        • THE 'ARGONAUTS'
        • Sir James Douglas. From a portrait by Savannah
        • Indians near New Westminster, B.C. From a photograph by Maynard.
      • THE 'ARGONAUTS'
      • Sir James Douglas. From a portrait by Savannah
      • Indians near New Westminster, B.C. From a photograph by Maynard.
      • CHAPTER II
        • THE PROSPECTOR
        • In the Rocky Mountains. From a photograph.
      • THE PROSPECTOR
      • In the Rocky Mountains. From a photograph.
      • CHAPTER III
        • CARIBOO
        • A group of Thompson River Indians. From a photograph by Maynard.
        • Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie. From a portrait by Savannah.
      • CARIBOO
      • A group of Thompson River Indians. From a photograph by Maynard.
      • Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie. From a portrait by Savannah.
      • CHAPTER IV
        • THE OVERLANDERS
        • A Red River cart. From a photograph.
        • Washing gold on the Saskatchewan. From a photograph.
        • In the Yellowhead Pass. From a photograph.
        • Upper M'Leod River. From a photograph.
      • THE OVERLANDERS
      • A Red River cart. From a photograph.
      • Washing gold on the Saskatchewan. From a photograph.
      • In the Yellowhead Pass. From a photograph.
      • Upper M'Leod River. From a photograph.
      • CHAPTER V
        • CROSSING THE MOUNTAINS
      • CROSSING THE MOUNTAINS
      • CHAPTER VI
        • QUESNEL AND KAMLOOPS
      • QUESNEL AND KAMLOOPS
      • CHAPTER VII
        • LIFE AT THE MINES
      • LIFE AT THE MINES
      • CHAPTER VIII
        • THE CARIBOO ROAD
        • The Cariboo Road. From a photograph.
        • Indian graves at Lytton, B.C. From a photograph.
      • THE CARIBOO ROAD
      • The Cariboo Road. From a photograph.
      • Indian graves at Lytton, B.C. From a photograph.
      • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
      • INDEX
    • Map of the Cariboo Country
    • CHAPTER I
      • THE 'ARGONAUTS'
      • Sir James Douglas. From a portrait by Savannah
      • Indians near New Westminster, B.C. From a photograph by Maynard.
    • THE 'ARGONAUTS'
    • Sir James Douglas. From a portrait by Savannah
    • Indians near New Westminster, B.C. From a photograph by Maynard.
    • CHAPTER II
      • THE PROSPECTOR
      • In the Rocky Mountains. From a photograph.
    • THE PROSPECTOR
    • In the Rocky Mountains. From a photograph.
    • CHAPTER III
      • CARIBOO
      • A group of Thompson River Indians. From a photograph by Maynard.
      • Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie. From a portrait by Savannah.
    • CARIBOO
    • A group of Thompson River Indians. From a photograph by Maynard.
    • Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie. From a portrait by Savannah.
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE OVERLANDERS
      • A Red River cart. From a photograph.
      • Washing gold on the Saskatchewan. From a photograph.
      • In the Yellowhead Pass. From a photograph.
      • Upper M'Leod River. From a photograph.
    • THE OVERLANDERS
    • A Red River cart. From a photograph.
    • Washing gold on the Saskatchewan. From a photograph.
    • In the Yellowhead Pass. From a photograph.
    • Upper M'Leod River. From a photograph.
    • CHAPTER V
      • CROSSING THE MOUNTAINS
    • CROSSING THE MOUNTAINS
    • CHAPTER VI
      • QUESNEL AND KAMLOOPS
    • QUESNEL AND KAMLOOPS
    • CHAPTER VII
      • LIFE AT THE MINES
    • LIFE AT THE MINES
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • THE CARIBOO ROAD
      • The Cariboo Road. From a photograph.
      • Indian graves at Lytton, B.C. From a photograph.
    • THE CARIBOO ROAD
    • The Cariboo Road. From a photograph.
    • Indian graves at Lytton, B.C. From a photograph.
    • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
    • INDEX
    • THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA
      • THIRTY-TWO VOLUMES ILLUSTRATED
        • Edited by GEORGE M. WRONG and H. H. LANGTON
      • Edited by GEORGE M. WRONG and H. H. LANGTON
    • THIRTY-TWO VOLUMES ILLUSTRATED
      • Edited by GEORGE M. WRONG and H. H. LANGTON
    • Edited by GEORGE M. WRONG and H. H. LANGTON
    • THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA
      • PART I THE FIRST EUROPEAN VISITORS
      • PART II THE RISE OF NEW FRANCE
      • PART III THE ENGLISH INVASION
      • PART IV THE BEGINNINGS OF BRITISH CANADA
      • PART V THE RED MAN IN CANADA
      • PART VI PIONEERS OF THE NORTH AND WEST
      • PART VII THE STRUGGLE FOR POLITICAL FREEDOM
      • PART VIII THE GROWTH OF NATIONALITY
      • PART IX NATIONAL HIGHWAYS
    • PART I THE FIRST EUROPEAN VISITORS
    • PART II THE RISE OF NEW FRANCE
    • PART III THE ENGLISH INVASION
    • PART IV THE BEGINNINGS OF BRITISH CANADA
    • PART V THE RED MAN IN CANADA
    • PART VI PIONEERS OF THE NORTH AND WEST
    • PART VII THE STRUGGLE FOR POLITICAL FREEDOM
    • PART VIII THE GROWTH OF NATIONALITY
    • PART IX NATIONAL HIGHWAYS
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