New York: Dodd, mead and Company, 1923. 8vo. [xiv], 266 pp. FIRST EDITION. With frontispiece and photographic plates. Buckram, with original cloth front cover laid on; interior excellent. Item #15064
First edition. Beginning her career as an adventure writer, Seton (1872-1959) eventually started writing about her own real-life travel adventures. A suffragist, she devoted much of the present work to the modern-day women of the region, including many photographs. This is a follow-up to her autobiographical work, A woman tenderfoot (1900), about her and her husband’s hunting in the Rocky Mountains. Seton was also committed to supporting women writers and served on both the National League of Pen Women and the National Council of Women.