Título: Transactions of the Twenty-Third Annual ...
Editorial: Geo. H. Himes and Company, Printers, Portland Oregon
Año de publicación: 1895
Encuadernación: Soft cover
Condición del libro: Very Good
Original light green wrapper with black lettering. 6 X 9 inches. 113 pages. Articles include, "Women in pioneer times" by Mrs. Robert A. Miller, Oregon City, "Reminiscences of Oregon Pioneers" by Miss. M. S. Barlow, Portland, "Crossing the plains in 1845" by Mrs. Miriam A. Tuller, Glendale, "Crossing the plains in 1852" by Joe H. Sharp, Latham, "Brief sketch of John Sharp" by Joe H. Sharp, Latham, "First mining law in Oregon" Lewiston, Idaho, May 31, 1896, "Captain Lawrence Hall" by Mrs. Lucy J. Bennett, Spokane Wash. Obituaries for Rev. Josiah L. Parrish by H. W. Scott, Editor Oregonian, "Reminiscences of the early settlement of the Willamette Valley" by P. V. Crawford and obituary for Mrs. Martha A. Noltner by Mrs. Belle J. Sellwood, Portland. The article "Women in pioneer times" by Mrs. Robert A. Miller is a good description of the horrors of the trail and what life was life for women and children. The article "Captain Lawrence Hall" by Mrs. Lucy J. Bennett(1832-1895) discusses the Meek cutoff. Top corner of front cover is chipped as it head and tail of spine. Binding is still tight and pages are very clean. N° de ref. de la librería 017717
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