Aunt Jane Of Kentucky
This collection of short stories about the fictional quiltmaker Aunt Jane Parish was originally published in 1907 by Caroline Obenchain (who published under the name of Eliza Calvert Hall). Known for her gentle folk wisdom, Aunt Jane vividly describes a picturesque way of life in the rural South of the nineteenth century.
About the Author
Eliza Caroline Obenchain (pen name Eliza Calvert Hall) was born in 1856 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The author of several books, she published poems, essays, and stories about her native Western Kentucky in such magazines as Scribner's, Cosmopolitan, and the women's page of the New York Times until her death in 1935.
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