Lin Tull Cannell was born in Coeur d’Alene, attended school in Lewiston, ID and Moses Lake, WA, started college in Cheney and finished, years later, at the University of San Francisco. After working in the legal and library fields and dabbling in free-lance writing, she retired a Senior Analyst of Yolo County, California. She and her husband returned to Idaho and Lin began another career – that of author and historian. Lin devoted more than a dozen years to researching the movements of early Idaho settler William Craig, and her book, The Intermediary: William Craig Among the Nez Perces, was published in 2010. Lin is the mother of three children, grandmother of five and great-grandmother of four. Besides history, Lin and her husband (who plays guitar and sings) enjoy family, music and travel. They have visited every continent except Antarctica and often give travelogues of their experiences.
DVD player, projector, screen, microphone, podium. For book talk only, podium and microphone.