|Copland, along with Wynkyn de Worde and Richard Pynson, was an assistant to William Caxton, the first printer in England. After Caxton's death, he worked for de Worde, and after de Worde's death, he set up his own print shop. At his death, he was the oldest printer in England.|
|Pages 112, 169-71: Deacon, Richard. "A Biography of William Caxton." London: Frederick Muller, 1976.|
Pages 47-48: Clair, Colin. "A History of Printing in Britain." New York: Oxford University Press, 1966.
|Occupations: author, printer, translator|
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