|Title:||The Trail of the Conestoga|
|Publisher:||Macmillan and Co. Ltd|
|Tags:||Canada, Canadiana, history, non-fiction, Ontario, Waterloo|
Novel about the early history of Waterloo, Ontario, with a preface by William Lyon Mackenzie King (1874-1950), tenth Prime Minister of Canada. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Dunham, Bertha Mabel
Bertha Mabel Dunham (1881-1957) was a Canadian teacher, librarian, historian and author. Born in South Central Ontario, she moved to Kitchener where she remained for most of her life. She attended Toronto Normal School and returned to Kitchener to teach. She earned her BA at the University of Toronto in 1908 and trained as a librarian at McGill. She ran the Kitchener Public Library until her retirement in 1944. She wrote four novels and two books of non-fiction all based on the history of area. In 1948, she won the Book of the Year Medal from the Canadian Association of Children's Librarians for her historical novel for children, "Kristli's Trees". (Canada's Early Women Writers: Simon Fraser University)
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