Jane G. Austin
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Who is Jane G. Austin?
Jane G. Austin: Jane Goodwin Austin, born Mary Jane Goodwin, was an American writer, notable for her popular stories of the time. During her lifetime, she was the author of 24 books and numerous short stories. Her friends throughout her life were some of the most well-known American authors, including Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Louisa May Alcott.
- also known as Jane Austin, Mary Jane Goodwin, Jane Goodwin Austin
- born on (183 years ago) in Worcester
- died on (120 years ago)
- written works: "Betty Alden", "Mrs. Beauchamp Brown", "It Never Did Run Smooth", "Nantucket Scraps", "David Alden's Daughter", "Graphic originals", "Queen Tempest", "Desmond Hundred", "The Graphics Book", "Nameless Nobleman", "Twelve Great Diamonds", "Dr. LeBaron and his daughters"
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