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1898. NICHOLL, Edith M. Observations of a Ranchwoman in New Mexico. London: Macmillan and Co., 1898. 1st ed. 271pp. Frontis., title vignette, plates. Orig. blindstamped pictorial cloth in custom cloth slipcase. Rear inner hinge starting, cracked internally, very light wear to lower spine end and corners, else a very good copy. HOWES N-140. Adams, Rampaging Herd, 1672. Adams, Six-Guns, 1610. An Englishwoman's account of raising alfalfa and other crops in southern New Mexico. She includes an account of Billy the Kid.
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