David S. Cook

David Cook will be traveling the Northeast giving talks.

One summer, he and Mike Krepner, cofounder of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, will travel one of the ancient canoe routes, stopping along the way to give talks. We will have the media tuned in.

This was the start of a plan to use the book to open up prehistoric routes for canoeing in conjunction with local history and communities. Dave lives in Winthrop, Maine, near the capital, Augusta.

A former president of the Maine Archeological Society, he is adjunct faculty member at Central Maine Community College and the University of Maine at Farmington.

The author grew up in the town of Milo, Maine. As a paratrooper in the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division, he served a tour of duty in South Vietnam. A graduate of the University of Maine, Orono, with a Master's degree in liberal studies, he chose to live in Maine and taught history at Winthrop High School, where he was chairman of the Social Studies Department.

He continues to research and explore the history and ecology of Maine and the Northeast.

Dave's books:

Above the Gravel Bar - Native Canoe Routes in Maine