284 pages, 5 x 8
Nine Months Is a Year
At Baboquívari School
The University of Arizona Press
From the author of the widely acclaimed Woman in Levi’s, this colorful autobiography follows a year in the lives of the lone woman rancher, her students, and their families in 1930s rural Southern Arizona.
Contains a warmth and a tenderness which testifies to a teacher's deep interest in the welfare of each of her fold." —Library Journal
Eulalia Bourne, known as “Sister” to hundreds of her neighbors, friends, and former pupils, was an Arizona pioneer, lone woman rancher, writer, and country schoolteacher.
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