|Subject:||Cdn Non-Fiction||Publisher:||Royal British Columbia Museum|
|Published:||May 17th 2019||Pages:||242|
Drawing on the robust collection of drawings, paintings, journals and letters of Sarah Lindley Crease, this book presents an extraordinary portrait of an English gentlewoman whose long life and marriage encompassed privilege and hardship, scandal and accolade, in the old world and the new colonies of Vancouver Island and British Columbia.
Kathryn Bridge is an author and archivist based in in Victoria, BC. She is a curator emerita of the Royal British Columbia Museum. By Snowshoe, Buckboard & Steamer, her book about BC?s frontier women, won the 1998 Lieutenant Governor?s Medal for Historical Writing.