Title: Dr. Owens-Adair: Some of Her Life Experiences
Author: Bethenia Owens-Adair
Description: Circa 1906. Autobiography of Bethenia Owens-Adair (1840-1926), one of Oregon's first female doctors and a social reformer. She arrived in the Oregon Country in 1843 with her family as part of the Jesse Applegate wagon train. She received two medical degrees (in 1874 and 1880) and practiced medicine in Roseburg, Portland, Clatsop County, and eventually North Yakima, Washington state. She was also involved in the temperance and women's suffrage movements. Olive cloth boards with black design. Light wear to head and tail of spine; slight edge and corner rubbing. Interior is clean and crisp. Book has been placed in a clear archival sleeve.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Mann and Beach
Place: Portland, OR
Year: ca. 1906
Size: 8.25 x 5.5 inches.
Pages: 537 pages.
Keywords: autobiography, Oregon pioneer, pioneer, pioneer women, PNW, Pacific northwest, history, medical, biography,
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