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Mountain Charley; or, The adventures of Mrs. E. J. Guerin, who was thirteen years in male attire; an autobiography comprising a period of thirteen years life in the States, California, and Pike's Peak. With an introd. by Fred W. Mazzulla and William Kostka
Bib ID 2095457
Format BookBook
Author
Guerin, Elsa Jane
 
Edition [New ed.] 
Description Norman, University of Oklahoma Press [1968] 
xv, 112 p. 19 cm. 
Series

Western frontier library ; 40

Notes

First published in Dubuque, Iowa, in 1861.

Subjects Guerin, Elsa Jane.  |  Frontier and pioneer life -- West (U.S.)
Also Titled

Adventures of Mrs. E. J. Guerin

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