Gosselin, Henry (1930? - )
Genre: General Fiction
Henry (Henri) Gosselin, of Harpswell, Maine, is a veteran journalist and author of two historical novels reflecting his Franco-American heritage. Gosselin, who received degrees from St. Anselm's College and Boston University, worked as editor of the Lisbon Enterprise, Lewiston's Maine Sunday News and Skowhegan's Somerset Reporter. He retired as the editor of Church World, Maine's Roman Catholic Diocesan Weekly. Gosselin has received Catholic Press Association awards as well as honorary degrees from St. Anselm's College, his alma mater, and St. Joseph's College in Standish, Maine.
- George Washington's French-Canadian Spy (1999) based on the author's ancestor Clement Gosselin
- Eustache Lambert: Donne Extraordinaire - Dedicating his Life in the Service of the Huron Missions (2001)