Eve Ball

Eve Ball has lived in the Ruidoso highlands of New Mexico, close to the Mescalero Reservation. Geography made her neighbor to the Apaches; sympathy and liking made her their friend; sensitivity to their part in the historic Southwestern drama made her their historian—able to see experience through their eyes, just as she used the lends of a pioneer Lincoln County woman to view and relate the saga of Ma’am Jones of the Pecos. She also edited and annotated the colorful Lily Klasner autobiography My Girlhood Among Outlaws.
In the Days of Victorio In the Days of Victorio
In the Days of Victorio

In the Days of Victorio

Recollections of a Warm Springs Apache

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Ma'am Jones of the Pecos Ma'am Jones of the Pecos
Ma'am Jones of the Pecos

Ma'am Jones of the Pecos

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My Girlhood Among Outlaws My Girlhood Among Outlaws
My Girlhood Among Outlaws

My Girlhood Among Outlaws

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