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Ralph Connor (1860–1937)

Connor, Ralph (Charles William Gordon). A Canadian clergyman and author; born in Canada in 1860; died in 1937. He was missionary to the miners and lumbermen in the Rocky Mountains, 1890–93, and became minister of St. Stephen’s Church, Winnipeg, in 1894. Among his works are: ‘Black Rock,’ ‘The Sky Pilot,’ ‘Ould Michael,’ ‘The Man from Glengarry,’ ‘Glengarry Days,’ ‘Glengarry School Days’ (1902); ‘The Prospector’ (1904); ‘The Doctor’ (1906); ‘The Foreigner’ (1909).