James Fenimore Cooper (1789 – 1851)
Fenimore Cooper was born in New Jersey, the twelfth
of thirteen children (many of whom did not survive into adulthood).
Cooper attended Yale College as its then youngest student,
but was expelled for blowing up a student’s door in
After his expulsion he went on to join the
US Navy, and married Susan Augusta de Lancey in New York,
1811, a year after the death of his father.
His masterpiece, Last of the Mohicans,
came in 1826.
James Fenimore Cooper died
in Cooperstown, New York, from dropsy.
of the Mohicans
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Literary Classics contains 560 authors, and
thousands of unabridged books.
The James Fenimore Cooper unabridged classic
books, included on the Literary Classics CD are:
- AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A POCKET-HANDKERCHIEF
- THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS A NARRATIVE OF 1757
- TALES FOR FIFTEEN OR IMAGINATION AND HEART
- THE LAKE GUN
- THE PATHFINDER
- THE PIONEERS OR THE SOURCES OF THE SUSQUEHANNA