SAXE HOLM’S STORIES
[by Helen Hunt Jackson]
Draxy Miller’s Dowry
The Elder’s Wife
Whose Wife Was She?
The One-Legged Dancers
How One Woman Kept Her Husband
Helen Hunt Jackson (1830-1885) was an American author of fiction whose most famous novel, Ramona, dramatized the plight of California's Indians.Helen Hunt Jackson was born Helen Marie Fiske on October...
Helen Maria Fiske Hunt Jackson, a versatile and prolific writer, was popular with a large and devoted reading public, praised by most contemporary critics, and acclaimed by such key literary figures a...
Praised in the nineteenth century for poetry and prose which has now slipped into obscurity, Helen Hunt Jackson is remembered for her chronicles of the mistreatment of the American Indian, A Century o...
One of the most prolific women writers of her time, Helen Hunt Jackson hoped to be remembered mainly for A Century of Dishonor: A Sketch of the United States Government's Dealings with Some of the Ind...
Helen Hunt Jackson, one of the most versatile and widely admired popular authors of the latter part of the nineteenth century, did not begin writing until she was thirty-five years old, shortly after ...