Kate Sanborn

Kate Sanborn books and biography

Kate Sanborn

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Kate Sanborn (1839-1917) was an American writer.


Compiled from the records in Library of Congress:

  • Home pictures of English poets, for fireside and schoolroom (1869)
  • Grandma's garden, with many original poems (1882)
  • Kate Sanborn's literature lessons (1882)
  • Purple and gold (1882)
  • Year of sunshine (1884)
  • Wit of women (1885)
  • Vanity and insanity of genius (1886)
  • Adopting an abandoned farm (1891)
  • Truthful woman in southern California (1893)
  • Abandoning an adopted farm (1894)
  • My literary zoo (1896)
  • Starlight calendar (1898)
  • My favorite lectures of long ago, for friends who remember (1898)
  • Tact, and other essays (1899)
  • Old time wall papers (1905)
  • Hunting Indians in a taxi-cab (1911)
  • Memories and anecdotes (1915)
  • Educated dogs of to-day (1916)

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