Title: Oregon Pioneers. A Presentment of Some ...
Publisher: Wallace Hebberd, Santa Barbara
Publication Date: 1949
8.25" x 5.25". 127pp. Brown cloth covered boards with black lettering. In original orange dust jacket with good edge wear, chipping, and rubbing; a good copy overall. An anthology of preserved oral family history of pioneers in Oregon. Some of the story titles include, Two Old Ladies and Their Pipes, The Strange Case of White Woman Versus Chinaman, Serpent in the Garden, Cupid Defeats the Great Purpose, Tale Teller and Song Bird, and Don Land Wins and Argument. Bookseller Inventory # 7898
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