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Sandra Parker

Sandra Parker was born in 1943. She received her B.A. from the State University of New York at Geneseo, 1965, and her M.A., 1967, and Ph.D., 1968, from Case-Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. She taught English at Hiram College (Hiram, Ohio), 1968-2000, where she is now Professor Emerita. Currently she does part-time teaching at Florida Gulf Coast University and Southwest Florida College in Ft. Myers, Florida. She has written three books on 19th-century Ohio women writers: Home Materials, Ohio's Nineteenth-Century Regional Women's Fiction (1998), After the Western Reserve, The Ohio Fiction of Jessie Brown Pounds (1999), and 'Tecumseh' and Other Stories of the Ohio River Valley by Julia L. Dumont (2000). She is preparing a book on Frances Gage.

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