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Ralph Connor

Ralph ConnorAKA Charles William Gordon

Born: 13-Sep-1860
Birthplace: Glengarry, Ontario, Canada
Died: 31-Oct-1937
Location of death: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Religion: Presbyterian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Author

Nationality: Canada
Executive summary: Canadian pulp author, Black Rock

Military service: 43rd Cameron Highlanders (Chaplain, WWI)

Father: Rev. Daniel Gordon
Mother: Mary Robertson
Wife: Helen King (m. 1898, one son, six daughters)

    University: University of Toronto
    Theological: Knox College
    University: University of Edinburgh (1883-85)

    Scottish Ancestry

Author of books:
Black Rock: A Tale of the Selkirks (1898, novel)
The Sky Pilot: A Tale of the Foothills (1899, novel)
Beyond the Marshes (1899, novel)
The Man from Glengarry: A Tale of the Ottawa (1901)
Glengarry School Days: A Story of Early Days in Glengarry (1902)
The Doctor (1906, novel)
The Life of James Roberton (1908, biography)
The Foreigner: A Tale of Saskatchewan (1909, novel)
Corporal Cameron of the Northwest Mounted Police (1912, novel)
The Patrol of the Sundance Trail (1913, novel)
The Major (1917, novel)
The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land (1919, novel)
To Him That Hath (1921, novel)
The Gaspards of Pine Croft (1923, novel)
Treading the Winepress (1925, novel)
The Friendly Four (1927, novel)
The Runner (1929, novel)
The Rock and the River (1931, novel)
The Arm of Gold (1932, novel)
The Girl from Glengarry (1933, novel)
Torches Through the Bush (1934, novel)
The Rebel Loyalist (1935, novel)
Postscript to Adventure (1938)

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