[Government Reserves Nos. 4-5]


Two maps drawn by Sinnett and Lithographed by Oldham of government reserves numbered 4 and 5. No. 4 is titled "Reserve on the Anderson and Fraser Rivers" and shows a reserve on the banks of where the Anderson River meets the Fraser River. It contains an "Indian" village called Quayome, a bridge, McConnel's Claim, and a burial ground. No. 5 is titled "9 Mile Creek 9 Miles Above Boston Bar on left bank of Fraser River" and shows two reserves on the Fraser River by 9 Mile Creek both of which contain villages and are near miner's houses.

In Collection:
Creator Contributor Subject Language Identifier
  • LSV Number: 37T1LR 4-5
Keyword Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 1 sheet ; 29 x 44 cm
Alternative title
  • Reserve on the Anderson and Fraser Rivers; 9 Mile Creek 9 Miles Above Boston Bar on left bank of Fraser River
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 49.87002, -121.44399
  • 49.83303, -121.43585
  • 49.11636, -123.18594
Additional physical characteristics
  • Scale: Six Inches to a Mile
Physical repository Collection
  • Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia: Early British Columbia Maps
  • Surveyor General of BC, Legal Surveys Vault
Provider Date digitized
  • November 15, 2011
Technical note
  • Cataloguing metadata: Provided by the LTSA and adapted by the University of Victoria Libraries to their requirements.
  • For permission to publish or otherwise reproduce, or to purchase a high-resolution digital file, please contact the LTSA at orderdesk@ltsa.ca. Reproductions must credit the LTSA as the source and cite the Surveyor General Vault map number or other unique identifier listed on this catalogue record.
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