Monica Storrs arrived in the barely settled Peace River wilderness of northern British Columbia as an Anglican missionary. As the journals progress, Storrs' imperialistic attitude softens as her work draws her into the lives around her.moose on sale or return so to speak, there was nothing more required of us except manual labour. On Thursday ... Wolf had just returned from a very happy Christmas round-up of the Montney, and was in great spirits working at the house . ... It is about six by eight feet (Cecilia says not so big) and is almost entirely filled by a large iron heater which when in action turns the room into a very fierce oven.
|Title||:||Companions of the Peace|
|Author||:||Monica Storrs, Vera K. Fast|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 1999|