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Cookshire's Pine Hill Farm


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A computer consultant by profession, Winston Fraser is a widely published photographer and writer. A book of his photographs, Historic Sites of Canada, was published by Bramley Books and distributed by Coles bookstores. He was the major supplier of photographs for National Geographic's Canada Travel Guide. Most recently, he has self-published Indelible Big Blue Memories: Life in the THINK Tank; Endangered Species of Country Life; OHIXIHO: A Biography of Cookshire's Charles Clark Fraser; and Dew Drop Inn: Lasting memories of a Cookshire landmark. Fraser also edited Maggie's Memories, his late wife's childhood recollections. Winston lives in Saint-Lazare, Quebec.


". . . informative, illustrated and above all interesting . . . an impactful contribution to the history of a prominent Cookshire family . . . a unique perspective into life in the rural Eastern Townships . . . goes back to the beginning, giving voice to the first Indigenous Peoples." (Ron Planche, marketing communications executive, Niagara Falls, Ont.)
". . . a well-researched and richly illustrated book that celebrates the family farm - a mainstay of human existence since biblical times . . . Be prepared to be informed, entertained and inspired by Fraser's latest labour of love." (John Thevenot, pastor, Deux-Montagnes, Que.)
"You are invited into the home and life of one of our early settler families. Well researched with historical facts. A must-read for anyone interested in the history of life in the Eastern Townships of Quebec." (Rodger Heatherington, founder and past president of Everest Equipment Inc., East Angus, Que.)

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