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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Jane Goodwin Austin (1831–1894)

Austin, Jane Goodwin. An American novelist; born in Worcester, MA, Feb. 25, 1831; died in Boston, March 30, 1894. Her reputation rests on excellent stories describing the Pilgrim Fathers and the early colonists of Massachusetts and including ‘Fairy Dreams’ (1860); ‘Moonfolk’ (1874); ‘Mrs. Beauchamp Brown’ (1880); ‘A Nameless Nobleman’ (1881); ‘The Desmond Hundred’ (1882); ‘Nantucket Scraps’ (1882); ‘Standish of Standish’ (1889); ‘Betty Alden’ (1891); and ‘David Alden’s Daughter, and Other Stories’ (1892).