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Ken Mather

Ken Mather has been involved in researching, writing and interpreting western Canadian heritage for nearly four decades. He started out as a researcher for Fort Edmonton Park in 1973. In 1979, Ken moved to BC to work at Barkerville Historic Park; he became the park’s curator in 1982. From 1984 until 2004 he was the manager/curator of the historic O’Keefe Ranch near Vernon, BC, where he developed his love of early cowboy history. Ken continues as the curator at the O’Keefe Ranch and lives with his wife, Debbie, near Armstrong, BC.

  Books by Ken Mather

Ranch Tales
Stories from the Frontier
by Ken Mather
Illustrated by Rob Dinwoodle
CDN$ 19.95 (paperback)
Forthcoming Title

Buckaroos and Mud Pups
The Early Days of Ranching in British Columbia
by Ken Mather
CDN$ 19.95 (paperback)

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