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Jessie Benton Frémont, a woman who made history,

Author: Catherine Coffin Phillips
Publisher: San Francisco, Printed by J.H. Nash, 1935.
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Phillips, Catherine Coffin, 1874-1942.
Jessie Benton Frémont.
San Francisco, Printed by J.H. Nash, 1935
(OCoLC)647062535
Named Person: Jessie Benton Frémont; Jessie Benton Frémont
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Coffin Phillips
OCLC Number: 1045209
Description: vii, 361 pages including illustrations, facsimiles frontispiece (portrait) 27 cm
Contents: Widow Benton's settlement --
"Colonel McDowell's to the mountain top" --
Washington childhood --
Elopement --
Jessie Frémont, topographical reporter --
Government orders in a sewing basket --
"All of which I saw and part of which I was" --
Under the gun of Frémont's court-martial --
Forty-Niner via Panama --
In search of health --
Wife of the first senator from California --
Guest at the courts of England and France --
"Our Jessie," the toast of the nation --
Life at Mariposa and Black Point --
Civil War duty, Western Department --
"There is a time to do and a time to stand aside" --
Pocaho Salon --
Governor's lady --
Los Angeles retreat --
Chapter's end.
Responsibility: by Catherine Coffin Phillips ...

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