5 edition of Vanished Arizona (Living Voices of the Past) (Living Voices of the Past, 2) found in the catalog.
May 31, 1999
Written in English
|Contributions||Jane Merrifield Beecher (Narrator)|
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The heart of this book is the time Martha Summerhayes spent during the s in Arizona as an army wife. Raised in comfortable circumstances on the East Coast, she was intelligent and educated, but unprepared for the harshness of life in Arizona.
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Vanished Arizona is the autobiographical account of Martha (Mattie) Durham Summerhayes who was born to a prosperous New England family in a spacious, comfortable home on Nantucket Island in She married handsome John (Jack) Summerhayes, a Civil War veteran and a lieutenant in the United States Army Infantry and inJacks 8th Infantry Vanished Arizona, is a collection of Martha’s memories living in various army forts.
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A Book Review I found this historically important book accidentally at an I truck stop near Vail. You know, the place where you get the huge breakfasts. Vanished Arizona is the autobiographical account of Martha (Mattie) Durham Summerhayes, who was born to a prosperous New England family in a spacious, comfortable home on Nantucket Island in Vanished Arizona: Recollections of the Army Life by a New England Woman Language: English: LoC Class: F United States local history: New Southwest.
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Army -- Military life Subject: Arizona -- Biography Vanished Arizona Martha Summerhayes. History/Biographies; The desert was new to me then.
I had not read Pierre Loti's wonderful book, "Le Desert," and I did not see much to admire in the desolate waste lands through which we were travelling.
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