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THE STORY OF WOMEN WHO SHAPED THE WEST.
Chicago: Childrens Press. (1991.). Hardcover - A title in the Cornerstones of Freedom series. Includes the stories of well-known women pioneers like Narcissa Whitman in Oregon, sharpshooter Annie Oakley and Jessie Benton Freeman in California - and also of less well-known women like Texas rancher Henrietta Chamberlain King, Nebraska homesteader Carrie Roach and Wyoming Justice of the Peace, Esther Morris. Large format,illustrated with many sepia toned vintage photographs. Index. 32 pp. ISBN: 0-516047574.
Condition: Fine in glossy illustrated boards (prev owner's stamp inside front cover.)Book ID: 33535More details Price: $18.00
SURE SHOT AND OTHER POEMS.
Edition: First printing.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1992. dj. Hardcover first edition - Her second collection of poetry: the first part is composed of lyric poems, and the second consists of three long historical narrative poems - the stories of Sacagawea, Louisa May Alcott as a 10 year old girl at Fruitlands, and Annie Oakley. Dustjacket praise from Joyce Carol Oates and William Matthews, among others. ISBN: 0-395-637503.
Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket.Book ID: 21896More details Price: $18.00
PIONEER SHOW FOLK.
Edition: First edition.
New York: Childrens Press, (1963.). Hardcover first edition - A history of the traveling theater groups written for older children and illustrated with woodcuts by Carol Rogers. Includes the stories of Annie Oakley, Tom Rice and Ralph Keeler with their Minstrel shows, showboats on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and more. A title in the Frontiers of America series. 128 pp.
Condition: Ex-library but with only a few markings and otherwise tight and clean in green illustrated boards.Book ID: 55539More details Price: $14.50