Gerry Burch, the subject of this earlier oral history interview, writes to say that 95-year-old Ken Halberg has just self-published an autobiography. His book gives readers a peek back into the past describing everything from the frontier days of gold rushes, Great Depression hardships to the dangerous early logging industry days.
For more info, consult the article from the Nanaimo News Bulletin right here.
The book is $24 plus postage, and to acquire your own copy you can write to Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Featured image: Tent settlement at Bennett Lake, British Columbia, ca. 1898. Photo by Eric A. Hegg. University of Washington Collection. Accessed via Wikimedia Commons.
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