A native of Toronto, Dr. Robert Miles Stamp is currently a historian at the University of Calgary. Educated at the University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto, it was at the latter that Stamp wrote his M.A. thesis on The Political Vareer of Sir James David Edgar.
Canadian history, particularly social and transportation-related, has long held his interest and has been the subject of many of the books he has authored. his publications include: Kings, Queens and Canadians; Royal Rebels: Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne; and QEW: Canada's First Super Highway
A collector of heritage books, Dr. Stamp frequently writes and lectures on Canadiana in print.