Augusta Jane Wilson, or Augusta Evans Wilson (May 8, 1835 - May 9, 1909), was an American author of Southern literature. She was the first woman to earn US$100,000 through her writing. Wilson was a native of Columbus, Georgia, and her first book, Inez, a Tale of the Alamo, was written when she was still young. It was published by the Harpers, but met with indifferent success. In 1859, her second book, Beulah, was issued, and it became at once popular. It was selling well when the American Civil War broke out. Cut off from ...

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