Wife of a bride hoarder…
First white child born in Yosemite.
She was determined to show the world that one need not be “born in the saddle” to be a crack rider.
Climbing to history….
The Owl Thief
Nebraska’s Reluctant Madam
Courtesan of Colorado City
Review of Karen Witemeyer’s “At Love’s Command” and Janet Daily’s “Whirlwind”
Nevada Minister and Suffragist
Missoula, Montana-born Donna Card was a horseback riding phenomenon.
Review of ‘The Yeggman’s Apprentice’ by C.K. Crigger
Review of Paul W. Papa and R. J. “Gill” Gillian’s “Desert Dust: One Man’s Passion to Uncover the True Story Behind an Iconic American Photograph”
Journalist, Suffragist, Activist
Woman Suffrage in Wyoming
A trailblazer for woman suffrage…
The Screen Siren
Review of Kate Pearce’s “The Rebellious Rancher” and Stacy Finz’s “Cowboy Strong”
From the moment Lotta became the “Darling of the Mines” in 1853, her life both on and off the stage was the subject of much curiosity…
From Wild Horse to Riding Horse.
The Frenzy of Frisco