Among the seat of male gamblers was one woman, everyone called her Poker Alice.
Review of ‘The Western Kitchen’ by Seabring Davis
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The circumstances surrounding Charley’s birth were just as controversial as the life she would later lead.
A review of ‘Horse Fun’ by Gudrun Braun, Anne Scheller, and Anika Hage
Agnes Lake Thatcher was the only women who completely captured the heart of Wild Bill Hickok
The historic trick rider that stunned crowds across the nation.
Carrie Nation proved the power women had and helped support the idea that those women should have the right to vote.
The story of her life is one of tragedy, courage, and resourcefulness.
What it was like for Klondike Entertainer Cad Wilson and life at Dawson City’s Monte Carlo.
Two of the most ferocious dance-hall girls in Alaska’s gold rush region in 1898, were Oregon Mare and Grizzly Bear.
Ella Watson, also known as “Cattle Kate,” was a bosomy brunette with a handsome face.
Summer love stories you simply can’t miss
Miss Adams was the first actress to appear at the Melodeon Theatre in Virginia City, Nevada.
One of the most glamorous and perhaps most tragic of the “glamour girls” of the West was also a Union spy during the Civil War.
Buffalo Bill Cody casted Loie in his Wild West program.
Review of Recipes for Your Perfectly Imperfect Life by Kimberly Snyder, C.N.
A famed animal painter and sculptor.
Review of The Healer’s Daughter by Charlotte Hinger
Giuseppina Morlacchi was the first woman to perform with Buffalo Bill Cody
You could tell by the way Hazel Elizabeth Hickey Moore dressed when she was growing up she was a cowgirl