The Life of an Ordinary Woman by Anne Ellis

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A remarkable account of one woman's experiences living in the mining camps and communities of the central Rocky Mountains during the late 19th century. Relive the history of the pioneer West, the nomadic, boom or bust economy of mining, the daily struggle for survival, and the beauty of life as Anne Ellis found it. Photographs.

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Anne Ellis came as a child to Rosita, Colorado a mining town outside Westcliffe. She was raised there and in the mining camps of the eastern San Juans. She wrote her autobiographical account of pioneer life in 19th century Colorado mining camps, THE LIFE OF AN ORDINARY WOMAN, in 1929.
Published June 1, 1940 by Ayer Co Pub. 300 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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