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Frederick Niven

a.k.a. Frederick John Niven

Author Code: OFJN

Born: Mar. 3, 1878 - Valparaiso, Chile

Died: Jan. 30, 1944 - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Of Scottish descent, Niven was educated in Glasgow at the School of Art. He and his family moved to British Columbia in 1900. He travelled in Canada for a while before returning to Glasgow in 1908. That year, he published The Lost Cabin Mine which was an adventure story of the Canadian west. He married Mary Thorne-Quelch in 1911. He spent 1912-13 travelling in Canada as a freelance writer. In 1920, he and his wife emigrated to Canada, living near Nelson in British Columbia., Before emigrating, Niven had already established his literary credentials in Britain with numerous novels, many of which were based around Canada. Perhaps Niven's greatest contribution to Canadian literature was his trilogy presenting Canada's early pioneering days in Slekirk, BC. He also published a great deal of non-fiction. His works include The Island Providence (1910), Above Your Heads (1912), The SS Glory (1915), Maple Leaf Songs (1917), The Wolfer (1923), Canada West (1929), The Rich Wife (1932), Triumph (1934), The Flying Years (1935), Mine Inheritance (1940) and The Transplanted (1944).

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OFJN001 Wild Honey 1927 100 383k eBook Download PDF - 'Wild Honey' (OFJN001)   Download ePub - 'Wild Honey' (OFJN001) Find a printed copy of Wild Honey by Frederick Niven at AbeBooks
OFJN002 A Wilderness of Monkeys 1911 122 413k eBook Download PDF - 'A Wilderness of Monkeys' (OFJN002)   Download ePub - 'A Wilderness of Monkeys' (OFJN002) Find a printed copy of A Wilderness of Monkeys by Frederick Niven at AbeBooks

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