An intriguing look at life on the edge of civilization, this book recalls the past of For Langley, one of the oldest Hudson's Bay forts on the west coast. Fort Langley was a centre for the fur trade and for the exploration of the Fraser canyon and the west coast of North America. It was proclaimed the first capital of the new colony of British Columbia, but the fort was quickly abandoned. This is the history of the people who built Fort Langley and who helped found British Columba.
Paperback, 1991, 112pages, very good condition