Amy Barrow (nee Bradford)

Fishing, possibly for eulachon, on the Kleena Kleene River

From left: Borden Hayward, Jim Stanton and Laurette Stanton up Kleena Kleene River, at the head of Knight Inlet.

Group of ladies beside the walunt tree at Sunny Side Farm, Quadra Island

Sunny Side farm was the home of the Yeatman family. From left: E.R.Yeatman, Mae Anderson, Dot Yeatman, Emma Yeatman.

Hans and Kathinka Hansen's children at Port Neville, B.C.

From left: Edith (born June 11, 1918), Arthur (born May 24, 1916), Lily (born June 19,1912), Oly (born June 18, 1909), Karen (born April 25, 1904, died June 18/19 1964), Billy (born October 29, died October 19, 1956.)

Group of early settlers on Cortes Island

From left: Mrs. Michael Manson, Ethel -one of the older set of twins, Mr. Michael Manson with Flossie, the younger of the younger set of twins. Gwen, last born, then Hazel at right and Jack Manson, son of John Manson.

Likely view of the Homathko River canyon, Bute Inlet area

Quadra Island ladies and children on beach at Heriot Bay

From left: Unknown, Unknown, Winnie, Mae Anderson, Elva Anderson, and Velma Anderson. Unknown boy on back right. Postcard dated August 11, 1909.

Angus Kerr hauling in his gillnet at Toba Inlet

House decoration at Kingcome Inlet

Union Steamship Co. boat the “Cheakamus” docked at wharf in Quathiaski Cove

Alfred Joyce and Family of Quadra Island

The girl with the bow in her hair is Helen Andrews of Courtenay.

Group gathered for May Day celebrations at Port Neville

Photograph was likely taken in 1937.

Two men poling up the Kleena Kleene River at the head of Knight Inlet

Jim Stanton (standing at stern of boat) with Paul Pojhie headed up the Kleena Kleene River with supplies for bear hunting camp.

Union Steamship, Chelohsin, docked at Quathiaski Cove

One of August Schnarr’s trapping cabins

August Schnarr had a trapline in the Bute Inlet area which is likely where this cabin was located.

Saulter and Frank in front of box for steaming planks

"This looks like manufacture of hooch, but is nothing worse than a steam box for bending planks for their boat" - note from the original Barrow journal. Saulter and Frank were friends of the Barrows who lived at Prideaux Haven.

Children on beach during at Stuart Island

Photograph was taken during a school picnic. Note the life jacket worn by the girl on the right.

View of the Wharf at Quathiaski Cove

Anderson's house and store on the wharf in Quathiaski Cove, Quadra Island.

Hunter with grizzly bear hide and hunting equipment

Grizzly bear hunt was likely lead by long time Knight Inlet resident, Jim Stanton.

Wolf shot by August Schnarr and Ed Atkins, Bute Inlet

View of buildings at Quathiaski Cove, Quadra Island sometime after 1910

From left: Gas storage, store, Anderson family house, caskhouse(?), tast(?) house. The Anderson family owned and operated the Quathiaski Canning Co. and the house in the center is where they would live when the cannery was operating.

August and Zaida Schnarr's daughter on beach

The Olsen family at Big Bay, Stuart Island

Winnie Olsen and her three sons; Gerry, Bob, and Carl. Big Bay, Stuart Island. The Olsens had a homestead on Sonora Island across the channel from Stuart Island.

Schnarr family house at homestead up Bute Inlet Inlet, Schnarr Landing

View of Seine Boat Fleet at the Quathiaski Cannery