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The American horsewoman [1890]
Karr, Elizabeth

Karr, Elizabeth. The American Horsewoman. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1890. 3rd ed. (1st pub. 1884). vii, 323p, 35 line ills. Covers dull; front hinge cracked but binding very sturdy. ** The first manual "exclusively devoted to the instruction of lady riders, that has ever been written by one of their own countrywomen." In a smaller format than the first edition, but the material is unchanged. (Wells 4153). (Item ID: 21)


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