The Emigrant Mechanic and Other Tales in Verse

My fifth Great-Uncle wrote this poetry book. It is very well done and is an interesting read. Lots of history, and more. So read on to find out more!

Chronicling his life, Thomas Cowherd enlightens us with Canada’s past in verse.

While living in the Telephone City – Brantford, Ontario as a tinsmith, Mr. Cowherd was able to write many interesting poems while assisting Alexander Graham Bell with his telephone, as well as operating the world’s first telephone manufacturing company with his sons. Read about his family, his faith, historical events, and of course everyday life in the 19th century.

Beautifully written poetry can be found throughout this book. A must read for any history buff!

This wonderful Softcover Edition is 340 pages, is U.S. Trade Size, and is Perfect Bound. Get your copy today for only $13.96! Just click on the image to order and find out more information.


The Emigrant Mechanic and Other Tales in Verse by Thomas Cowherd

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