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Northwest Boundary Survey photographs from the papers of George Clinton Gardner

Owning Institution: UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library

About this Collection

The collection consists of photographs taken chiefly in Washington Territory and along the 49th parallel by British photographers in the Corps of Royal Engineers, as part of the survey to identify and mark the international boundary between British Columbia and the United States. The images include landscapes, survey party members, camps, survey monuments and cairns, outposts (chiefly Fort Colvile [sic] and the British party's winter quarters in the Colville vicinity), and Indians of the Pacific Northwest. View collection guide.

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