Frank Parker Day

Born the son of a Methodist minister in 1881, Frank Parker Day spent his youth among the fishing communities of Nova Scotia’s south shore. A Rhodes scholar, he taught English literature at the University of New Brunswick, taking active service with the Canadian army during World War I and retiring as president of Union College, Schenectedy in 1927. He wrote three novels, River of Strangers 񢈆), Rockbound 񢈈), and John Paul’s Rock 񢈌), in addition to The...See more