Wilson, of the Royal Engineers, stands at door of a cabin of planks or squared logs. Possibly photographed at the British survey team's winter quarters near Fort Colville, or at the Hudson's Bay Company post.
[Lieutenant Charles W. Wilson, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, wearing buckskins, with rifle.]
Full Collection Name
Northwest Boundary Survey Photographs from the Papers of George Clinton Gardner, 1858-1862
BANC PIC 1963.040:44--AX
1 photograph : albumen print on mount ; mount 26 x 35 cm.
The Bancroft Library
Devised title from Library of Congress.
Taken on or about September 3, 1860, according to C.W. Wilson's journal.
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