Barry Arthur Cotton

Barry Arthur Cotton

Austin, TX, United States

Steeped in twelve generations of family history and full of stories.

About the author

Barry Arthur Cotton enjoys telling stories that history overlooks. He is the 7th great grandson of the Rev. John Cotton. Renowned as The Puritan Patriarch of New-England, John Cotton was a Founding Father to America’s Founding Fathers and established both the first public school and the first university in North America- the Boston Latin School and Harvard University. Barry serves as a Trustee of the Partnership of the Two Historic Bostons that links Boston, England and Boston, Massachusetts and is President Emeritus of the Winthrop Society. He has authored articles for the Winthrop Journal and the Mayflower Quarterly. Barry grew up in Longmont, Colorado and received a B.A. in philosophy from Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan and an M.A. in ESL/linguistics from the University of Hawaii. Barry has worked most of his life overseas in Japan and the Middle East and recently retired to Austin, Texas after having served as special advisor to an ambassador at the United Nations in New York City. He is currently writing a biography of his 7th great grandfather titled "John Cotton: His Life and Time"..

Languages
English
Non-Fiction
Biographies & Memoirs History
Fiction
Poetry

Portfolio (1 selected work)

Green

Barry Arthur Cotton

green beckons us.green evokes life. green is a sanctuary.Carbon manifests itself in green and humanity is a manifestation of carbon’s innate desire to organize itself at higher and higher levels of complexity.The story of green is interwoven in our DNA. We should listen to it. Especially now that so much green has been slashed and burnt by the poor struggling to grow enough food to stay alive.... read more

green beckons us.green evokes life. green is a sanctuary.Carbon manifests itself in green and humanity is a manifestation of carbon’s innate desire to organize itself at higher and higher levels of complexity.The story of green is interwoven in our DNA. We should listen to it. Especially now that so much green has been slashed and burnt by the poor struggling to grow enough food to stay alive.... read more

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