[Account of frontier life in New Mexico and California between 1833 and 1877] : typescript, [between 1901 and 1920?].

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Wilson, Benjamin Davis, 1811-1878. [Account of frontier life in New Mexico and California between 1833 and 1877] : typescript, [between 1901 and 1920?].

[Account of frontier life in New Mexico and California between 1833 and 1877] : typescript, [between 1901 and 1920?].

Negative photostatic copy of a typed transcription, possibly made between 1901 and 1920, of an account dictated by B.D. Wilson in Dec. 1877 of his life and adventures in New Mexico and California between 1833 and 1877.

67 leaves, bound ; 28 cm.

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