Talio, ca. 1881. Photographer unknown. MMC 72-8803.
Raven House with entrance pole, belonging to Chief Hemas of Talio. RBCM E558.
Talio, 1881. Photographer unknown. MMC 72-8803
Talio, ca. 1913. Photograph by C.F. Newcombe. AMNH E551.
Talio, ca. 1900. House entrance pole carved by Skyuonalus. Photographer unknown. BC Central Coast Archives 2003.016.094.002N.
House with entrance pole at Talio, ca. 1913. Photograph by C.F. Newcombe. RBCM 7200.
Grizzly bear house post at Talio, 1920. Photograph by Harlan Smith. Canadian Museum of History 49006.
Talio totem pole, 1920. Photograph by Harlan Smith. CMH 50264.
Totem pole or grave post with cross near Talio, 1920. Totem pole, a plain pole with a cross at the top, the upright of which is carved to represent a human face. View from the north. There are graves in the brush back of this row of poles, so it is not known by Smith at the present if these are grave monuments or remains of a village. Photograph by Harlan Smith. Canadian Museum of History 50266.
Grizzly bear house post at Talio, 1920. Photograph by Harlan Smith. Canadian Museum of History 50254.
Talio, 1920. A house entrance pole that was moved to the Talio graveyard and used a mortuary pole. Photograph by Harlan Smith. CMH 50267.
Mortuary pole near Talio, 1920. Photograph by Harlan Smith. CMH 100802-A.
Entrance pole that once stood at a chiefs house in the village of Talio. This pole is now among the collections at the Royal British Columbia Museum. RBCM PN 41-3.
Talio, 1948. Photograph by C.M. Barbeau. CMH 100803.
The Talio cannery from the south side, ca. 1920. The cannery was started by B.F. Jacobsen in 1917. Photograph by C. Kopas. BC Central Coast Archives 2001.010.003P.
Images from the research archive of Dr. George and Joanne MacDonald.