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Cowgirls: Women of the American West, An Oral History - Teresa Jordan
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1997, ISBN: 9780385145114

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Marquette, MI: Avery Color Studios. 1997. vg+. Paperback. ISBN:0932212352 Originally published in 1856. Reprint. 272pp; interior clean & tight; b/w illustrations ., Avery Color Studios, 1997, Washington: Beaufort Community College, 1987. 74 pages. Photographic illustrations.. Illustrated Softcover. Very Good. 14 Cm x 22 Cm. Stapled., Beaufort Community College, 1987, 1994. Printer Wrapper. Very Good. New York: W.W. Norton, [1994]. xix,[3],400pp., plus illustrations. Original pictorial wrappers. Very good. Originally published in 1979, this is the first Norton paperback edition. Hudson, born into a Georgia sharecropper family, became president of a CIO union local and was an active member of the Communist party. A "collaborative oral autobiography., 1994, New York: E. P. Dutton. 1981. HC. very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover). In this memorable blend of journalism, oral history, and novelistic technique, the author tells the story of the farming community she discovered deep behind southern Louisiana's "cane curtain." The crop is sugarcane, the curtain is made of high walls of stalks but also of poverty and tradition, and the people are the black laborers and white landowners whose lives echo those of their antebellum ancestors. . 170pp, E. P. Dutton, 1981, xiii+298 pages with illustrations, maps, tables and index. Royal octavo (9 1/4" x 6 1/4") bound in original publisher's brown cloth with white lettering to spine in original pictorial jacket. First edition. In 1837 the en of Sapwuahfik Atoll (then called Ngatik) in Micronesia were killed by the crew of an Australian trade ship over a cache of valuable tortoiseshell possessed by the islanders. Using written and oral accounts, Lin Poyer vividly reconstructs the horrific events that nearly decimated Nagatik's aboriginal population, and then examines the modern Sapwuahfik society to determine the role of historical representation in the construction of community identity. After the massacre, survivors, attackers, and immigrants formed fragile unions that became the foundation of a new biologically and culturally mixed society. Building on recent scholarly work in the symbolism of identity and the cultural construction of history, Poyer shows how the Sapwuahfik people use the memory of the massacre in their effort to maintain a distinctive identity. Condition: Jacket spine sunned else a fine copy in a near fine copy., Smithsonian Institution Press, 1993, Garden City, New York: Anchor Books, 1984 Book. Illus. by Photographs. Good. Soft cover. First Paperback. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. G/none, used pb, 301 pp. Perfect bound, illustrated stiff paper wraps with black and rust colored text on upper and white text on spine; slight edge wear; spine creased; no chips or tears. Interior pages clean, unmarked. Binding is tight.., Anchor Books, 1984

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Cowgirls: Women Of The American West, An Oral History - Paperback

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[EAN: 9780385145114], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Anchor Books], HISTORY AMERICANA COWGIRLS WOMEN'S STUDIES SOCIOLOGY AMERICAN WEST, Edgewear, reader's crease to spine, crease to both covers, rear cover has nick to fore-edge and couple small faint moisture marks, owner's inscription inked on half-title page, page ends toning w/some light soiling; b/w photos ; 301 pages

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Anchor Books. Good+. 1984. No Edition Stated. Softcover. 038514511x . Edgewear, reader's crease to spine, crease to both covers, rear cover has nick to fore-edge and couple small faint moisture marks, owner's inscription inked on half-title page, page ends toning w/some light soiling; b/w photos ; 301 pages ., Anchor Books, 1984

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780385145114
ISBN (ISBN-10): 038514511X
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Publishing year: 1984
Publisher: Anchor Books

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