In talking about the Icelandic settlers, we most often relate stories of their adult trials and troubles and not much is said about the children who were living the same life with them. That
Some of the Icelanders who came to the West Coast went logging. They came from a country where trees were scrub birch a few feet high. What do you think they thought and felt when they saw scenes like this?
From a country with no trees to a country covered in vast forests. This forest is outside Prince Rupert.
Who are these BC Icelanders and where did they come from?