The Packhorse Librarians & The Great Depression–with Ann H. Gabhart

The Packhorse Librarians & The Great Depression–with Ann H. Gabhart

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Ann H. Gabhart has had a long and successful novel writing career. Her 35th book, Along a Storied Trail, releases June 1. This novel features a packhorse librarian during the Great Depression. The Packhorse Library Program was a program introduced by Eleanor Roosevelt and the Works Progress Administration to provide jobs for women and books for the people of rural Appalachian Kentucky. In this episode of Historical Fiction: Unpacked, Ann and I discussed her new book, the characters she loved writing, and her research and writing process. 

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