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Ken Bernsohn (b. 1943) is a writer based in British Columbia. He is the author of books on the region's industrial and labor history, including Slabs, Scabs & Skidders and Cutting Up the North, and coauthor of Prince George Backroads with his wife Kathy Bernsohn. He has also published widely as a freelancer, and has worked as a journalist for the Prince George Citizen. Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Bernsohn studied at Shimer College in Illinois, where he enrolled through early entrance to college. (from Shimer College Wiki)
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