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A cold sunrise greeted the soldiers stationed at Fort Cummings, New Mexico, on the first day of 1868…
Yankton Doctor of Medicine
“For forty years she practiced medicine in this valley, and many a man now with a family of his own recalls being summoned in the middle of the night to saddle his horse and go across the valley for Dr. Cook.”
“I had two deep pockets set in front of some garments in which to carry, among other things, such as my medical bag, a revolver.”
“She could take out a bullet, sew up a knife wound, fiend off Indians, and exist on nothing but hope. It was as if life had decided she didn’t need any favors.”
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
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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