The James Fenimore Cooper Society

founded September 15, 1989, and dedicated to

Promoting the study of the life and works of James Fenimore Cooper (1789-1851)
Encouraging the enjoyment of his 32 novels, and appreciation of his ideas
Providing useful information to students, scholars, and readers

A special section is devoted to the life and works of Cooper's eldest daughter,
Susan Fenimore Cooper (1813-1894)

Website updated and new material added May 2014
Over 300 texts, reference documents, articles and papers

WHAT'S NEW

Reading Cooper for Pleasure

What's New,
What's Here, and
How to Find It

Biographic
Information

About Cooper's
Writings

Texts of
Cooper's Works

Articles & Papers
about Cooper

Cooper
Bibliography

Teaching Cooper

Books about
Cooper and
Cooperstown


Portrait of Cooper

James Fenimore Cooper
1822 -- © NYSHA

Cooper in Film,
Drama, & Opera

Picture Gallery

Links

Cooper E-list

Cooper Edition Website

Susan Fenimore Cooper

Cooper Society &
Membership

News, Conferences
& Coming Events

Visiting
Cooperstown

Address
James Fenimore Cooper Society
8 Lake Street
Cooperstown
New York 13326

Webmaster
Hugh C. MacDougall
E-mail
jfcooper@stny.rr.com

We welcome Questions from students, scholars, and readers about Cooper's writings, his life and family, or editions of his books. If you can't find what you need here, e-mail your questions to: Ask Fenimore.

Visitors since August 15, 2000

We thank the State University of New York College at Oneonta (SUNY Oneonta), sponsor of the biennial Cooper Seminar, James Fenimore Cooper: His Country and His Art, for hosting our website.
For further information about the college visit SUNY Oneonta

Honorary Chairman
Henry S. Fenimore Cooper, Jr.
President
Rochelle Zuck
Vice-President
Luis Iglesias
Corresponding Secretary
Hugh MacDougall
Membership Secretary/Treasurer
Keat Murray
Publications Secretary
Steven Harthorn
Advisory Board
Rochelle Johnson, John McWilliams, Matt Sivils; Lance Schachterle, Robert Daly, Barbara Mann, Jeffrey Walker