Fogswamp

Fogswamp

Living With Swans In The Wilderness

Book - 1977
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A trilogy of stories by the Edwards family about their fascinating life in the Bella Coola area. Trudy, daughter of Ralph Edwards, continues the Lonesome Lake story. She, her husband and daughter carried on the work with the trumpeter swans that Ralph had begun. The book tells of their life on the isolated farm they built for themselves in the Chilcotin wilderness of the BC coast. Trudy's father is Ralph Edwards, a pioneer settler, who came to public attention in the early 20's when he spotlighted the plight of the Trumpeter Swans which were then in danger of extinction. He was appointed bird warden by the Canadian Wildlife Service. This work is now carried on by his daughter, Trudy. The lives of Trudy, her husband Jack, and their daughter Susan, now 17, complete the trio whose adventures and experiences are recounted in this fascinating story. A visit to Fogswamp Farm by co-author Ruth M. McVeigh provides the perspective of an outsider as she marvels at the surprisingly high standard of living the family has achieved and the prodigious amount of work and courage it represents.
Publisher: Surrey, B.C. : Hancock House, 1977.
ISBN: 9780888391049
0888391048
9780919654631
0919654630
Branch Call Number: TURNER TUR
Characteristics: 255 p. : ill. (some col.)
Additional Contributors: McVeigh, Ruth M. 1928-

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