Fine. Fine in softcover. Photographs. Life & times of Mary Jackson (1904-2000) English doctor pracitisng in the 1920's and 30's in northern Alberta around the Keg and Peace River country for 45 year: life in a log shack, hardships, travel on horseback and dogsled etc. 264p (p)
Very Good. No Dj. pp. x 264, b/w illustrations. This book offers readers a new opportunity to discover this true trailblazer through her fascinating letters & correspondence that demonstrate clearly her profound impact on Alberta's social development in the early 20th century. 8vo.
Very Good. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. x, 264pp., ill., minor wear. "Dr Mary Percy, twenty-five years old and from a comfortable Birmingham family, left home in 1929 to take up a medical posting in the Peace River area of northern Alberta. Her letters home, collected here, vividly describe her adventurous life on one of Canada's last frontiers. Her district covered 350-square miles of wooded, boggy land, which she travelled on horseback, in dogsled, and sometimes by automobile."
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