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David N. Cooper

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Educator.

He is currently a teacher of History and Language at Brampton, Ontario. As a student, he studied in France and worked as an historic interpreter in Canada and abroad. He spent another six years in Japan working as teacher and copy-editor and has written articles for Tokyo Noticeboard and the Japan Times. He has recently sent a submission to the Historic Sites and Monuments Board, applying for a federal designation for Ranald MacDonald in Winnipeg.

His publications for the Manitoba Historical Society:

Behind the Bamboo Curtain: A Nineteenth-Century Canadian Adventurer in Japan
Manitoba History, Number 74, Winter 2014

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This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 23 January 2014

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