James Lane Allen (James Lane Allen)

James Lane Allen

Author, Educator. Graduated from Transylvania University in 1872, and received his Master’s degree from Transylvania in 1877. After graduation, he embarked on a teaching career in Kentucky, Missouri and West Virginia. In 1893 he moved to New York to pursue writing. His published works include “With Flute and Violin” (1891), “The Blue Grass Region” (1892), “John Gray” (1893), “A Kentucky Cardinal” (1894), “Aftermath” (1895), “A Summer in Arcady” (1896), “The Choir Invisible” (1897), “The Reign of Law” (1900), “The Mettle of the Pasture” (1903), and “The Bride of the Mistletoe” (1909). (bio by: Anonymous)  Family links:  Parents:  Richard Allen (1811 – 1872)  Helen Foster Allen (1816 – 1889)

Born

  • December, 21, 1849
  • USA

Died

  • February, 02, 1925
  • USA

Cemetery

  • Lexington Cemetery
  • Kentucky
  • USA

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