Boston: Little, Brown & Company, . Illustrated. First Edition, second printing. Signed presentation from Ball on the dedication page: -And for George Feifer, for his persistence, for his love of free books*, and for his enduring interest in fashionable islands. With warm regards, Ian M. Ball. New York. May 1979. * second copy.” The saga of the origin and evolution of the residents of Pitcairn Island, descendants of the famous Mutiny on the Bounty crew and their Tahitian concubines who have inhabited the island for two centuries. The recipient may be American journalist, author, and historian George Feifer, who lived in Roxbury, Connecticut with his longtime partner, German journalist Barbara Ungeheuer. The book was purchased in Brookfield, Ct., which is next door to Roxbury. Feifer died in 2019. 8vo., cloth & boards in dust jacket; 380 pages. Item #57488
Very Good (minor wear covers; contents clean & tight); few small tears (some internally repaired with clear archival tape) d/j.