April 2016. Jane Cooper will be speaking about Private Sully Goes to War, and the process of researching and writing about historical letters, at the Greenboro Branch of the Ottawa Public Library, April 23, 2016 at 2:00 pm.
The companion web site for Private Sully Goes to War was profiled in the Ottawa South News, September 1914.
January 2014. On a visit to the National Archives in London Jane found traces of Bertha Crawford’s trail in 1918 and 1919 correspondence of the Foreign Office. Canadians were looking for Bertha then, and the search continues today. Editing the full draft manuscript of The Canadian Nightingale continues this month.
Read about the research behind The Canadian Nightingale in the November 2013 Issue of the Canadian Antique Phonograph Society (CAPS) Newsletter.
December 2012, Jane returned from St. Petersburg, Russia where she spent a month digging through the resources of state libraries and archives and unearthing further clues about the life of Bertha May Crawford. Jane will begin writing the chapters on this part of BMC’s life for The Canadian Nightingale early in the new year.
May 2012, Jane spent ten days in Warsaw visiting libraries and archives collecting information about Bertha May Crawford’s life in Warsaw before and after the First World War.
As of April 2012, Embroidering History is available in a print-on-demand format. Previously issued as an e-book, Embroidering History is now available in paperback for the traditional reader. Readers can purchase through Amazon.