LITTLE MAMSELLE OF THE WILDERNESS.
Edition: Later printing.
New York: Macmillan, 1938. Hardcover - The third - and hardest to find - of Seaman's historical novels for older children, despite the fact that in addition to its original printing by Sturgis and Walton, it was reprinted at least 5 times by Macmillan. This is based on the life of the explorer Robert Cavelier de la Salle. Illustrated with a decorative title page and 3 plates by George Wharton Edwards. 405 pp plus a 5 pp foreword by Seaman in which she says that all of the characters with the exception of Mamselle and the Indian girl Alisippa are actual historical figures.
Condition: Poor condition, reading copy only (a former school library book with black binding tape-repaired spine, fraying and wear to all edges of the orange boards, scattered foxing in margins .