San Francisco, CA 1985 Soft Cover Reprint New in Fine jacket BRAND NEW Copy. Paperback with dust jacket (also New). First published 1944; this is a reprint of 1985. Novelist and
writer Nancy Wilson Ross (1901-1986), born in Washington State, wrote about the Pacific Northwest in The Farthest Reach (1941), and in 1944 published this chronicle of how "average yet remarkable women" set about "fulfilling their grave responsibilty to all life" with quiet dignity as they met primitive lands with resourcefulness and courage. German philospher Spengler's maxim says "Women are history"; Ross cautions contemporary women that "freedom of action in the democratic sense carries responsibility" and the fulfillment of which is imperative.
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