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Well Cooper is an interesting name in American literature, no connection here I am sure, BUT.

James Fenimore Cooper was the first major U.S. novelist.

His son B. B. Cooper 1843 wrote on his dad and listed some books.

'the spy' 1821 'the pioneers' 1823 and of course 'The Last of the Mohicans' 1826 among many other books.

Who knows it is a small world.

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