Wheat sold for $1.00 per bushel in 1916, $3.70 per bushel in 1920, and $0.22 per bushel in 1934. Homesteaders arrived in the Peace River Country from the 1900s onward, drawn by the promise of 160 acres of land for $10.00. Bob Mowry came with his family in 1917 as a three-year-old child from Parsons, Kansas. He grew up on the homestead near Grimshaw and stayed live, farm, and work in the area for more than seventy-five years. Visit his first log home and other authentic, furnished homes of the 1920s and 1930s in a pioneer village setting.