Yakima, WA: Franklin Press, Inc., 1967. First edition. Hardcover. SIGNED. 265pp. Octavo [22 cm] Light gray cloth covered boards with bold red ink stamped titles on the covers. Very good. Very small check marks in pencil in the margins occasionally throughout the pages. The dust jacket is in very good condition. Rubbed. The spine and rear panel are very subtly moisture stained. The edes are lightly chipped. There are a couple of small closed tears in the top edge. Item #22408
Warmly inscribed by the author to her granddaughter on the title page. From the jacket- "The pioneers who took up homesteads on the raw sagebrush land of the great Columbia Basin were men and women of real fortitude and courage. Their struggles to raise crops, with the great scarcity of water which then existed, is an epic to match that of other earlier Western pioneers."