A collection of poems from Jane E. D. Conklin, a 19th-century American poet and religious writer from New York. For three years, she served as president of the Woman's Relief Corps of the Grand Army of the Republic. She enjoyed a reputation as an elocutionist; and was the author of three volumes of poetry. She was born and died in Utica, New York. Covers show some wear and soil, spotting. Foxed endpapers, bumped corners, some general wear and soil. 149 pages, 5 x 7 inches.

  • Poems
  • Jane E. D. Conklin
  • Press of J. J. Little and Company, 1884