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Biographic Reference Papers
Updated March 3, 2002
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Reference Papers relating to Cooper's Life.
- Biographic Information. We don't usually list links except on our links page, but this biography of Cooper, from Cooper Society Member James Wallace (Boston College) is especially worth looking at as a balanced biographic sketch of Cooper and his accomplishments.
- Where Was James?: A day-to-day chronological list of where James Fenimore Cooper was, and what he was doing, from his birth in 1789 until his death in 1851, as indicated in his published correspondence and journals, his travel books, and other documents.
- The Cooper Screens: A complete description of the more than 500 documents mounted on two room-divider screens prepared by the Cooper family to display mementos of their 1826-1833 European sojourn. The two screens are displayed in the Cooper Room of the Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown.
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