Ma'am Jones of the Pecos. Eve Ball.

Ma'am Jones of the Pecos

Hardcover, Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona Press, 1969. First Edition; First Printing. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. SIGNED by author on front free endpaper. "Barbara Jones symbolizes the fortitude, the adaptability, the physical and moral strength and sheer talent of the American pioneer woman who could use a needle, an axe, a skillet, or a gun with equal competence; who loved to dance to gay music but oftener prayed and tended the sick to the groans of the dying in the midst of frontier battles and raging epidemics." Ships same or next business day. Spine is slightly skewed, minor edge wear, small bumps on spine ends, damp stain and light discoloration on back board, light soiling on head edge; otherwise, free from major defect. Dust jacket protected in archival cover. DJ has moderate edge and shelf wear, 1-inch tear on front cover near spine, tiny tan spot on spine, slightly faded on spine. ; B&W Photographs; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 238 pages; Signed by Author. [Item #70443]

Price: $85.00

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