Kenneth R. Coleman
Kenneth R. Coleman moved to
Oregon’s Willamette Valley as a child, in the back of his family’s Buick rather
than a covered wagon. He left a career in marketing and advertising with the
intention of studying the philosophy of history, but instead became fascinated
by the complicated colonial and racial history of the Pacific Northwest. He is
the recipient of a MA in History from Portland State University and currently
resides in Portland, Oregon, where he works as an independent historian,
writer, and musician. Dangerous Subjects
is his first book.
Books by this Author
WINNER OF THE OREGON BOOK AWARD Dangerous Subjects describes the life and times of James D. Saules, a Black sailor who was shipwrecked off the...
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