Nebraska Authors

Jean Young

Born 1933 Hastings, NE (USA)

Born in Hastings, Jean Young lived in Nebraska until, at the age of 9, she moved with her mother to Hollywood, CA. She studied fashion design, art history and English literature. Young married Jim Young, of the Brigham Young lineage.

Places Lived

Chappell, NE
Hollywood, CA
Woodstock, NY

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Woodstock, NY; Craftsman Manuals

Education

University of California, Berkeley, CA

Occupation

Author
Bookstore Owner, Juggler Book and Art Shop
Realtor

Places Worked

Bookstore Owner, Juggler Book and Art Shop

Bibliography

Woodstock Craftsman's Manual. 1972.
Woodstock Craftsman's Manual 2. 1973.
Garage Sale Manual. 1973.
People's Guide to Country Real Estate. 1974.
Woodstock Kid's Crafts 1974.
Kid's Money Book. 1976. (with Jim Young)
Succeeding in the Big World of Music 1977. (with Jim Young)
Great Trash. 1979.
Buying Right in Country Real Estate. 1979.
Woodstock Festival Remembered. 1979.

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