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David D. Plain

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David D. Plain is a member of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation (Ojibwa) and a grandson of Chief On The Plain. He holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees from Tyndale University College and Seminary, Toronto, Canada. Always a lover of history, he has devoted much time and effort to his family's genealogy and how it has affected the history of the Ahnishenahbek of Aamjiwnaang. David has published four titles through Trafford Publishing. One title, "The Plains of Aamjiwnaang" won a Golden Scribe Award for excellence in the non-fiction category in 2008 and it was also a Finalist in the 2014 Eric Hoffer Awards.

Greetings Good Friends!I’ve been very busy with my

Greetings Good Friends!


I’ve been very busy with my new book launch. Over the summer I will also be relaunching my previous works. So I shall be MIA until sometime in the fall. The plan is to return with more First Nation Stories from the post War of 1812 era. I look forward to sharing them with you then! In the meantime here’s the details on my upcoming launch.


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Published on June 08, 2013 06:13
Average rating: 4.65 · 23 ratings · 6 reviews · 5 distinct works
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1300 Moons

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message 2: by C.J.

C.J. Heck C.J. HeckC.J. Heck

Hello David,
It's such a pleasure having you for a friend. Thank you and best wishes to you with your book launch and books.

Warmest regards,
CJ


message 1: by Ilyn

Ilyn Ross Hello David,

How are you? Thank you for accepting my friend-request and for joining Goodreads Tea Party (please check out the poll). Good fortune on your books. I wish you all the best.

Please visit these groups when you have a chance: Happy & Brainy Group, To the Glory of Man, and Reason Reigns & Royal Serf. Have a marvelous Friday and weekend. Warmest regards.


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