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The dramatic tale of the outlaw bride.
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.
You could tell by the way Hazel Elizabeth Hickey Moore dressed when she was growing up she was a cowgirl
A review of The Mormon Handcart Migration by Candy Moulton
The West has been glamorized in many films, leaving people wishing they had grown up in a different era…
This raucous wild west icon may not have been as closely tied to Wild Bill as once thought, but she sure did get the last buck.
Giuseppina Morlacchi was the first woman to star alongside Buffalo Bill Cody in the Wild West Show. She was a talented ballerina known as the Dancer Dove Eye.
What it must have been like to ride with Buffalo Bill Cody’s show. The ladies in Cody’s American Amazons were exceptionally gifted.
Anges Hickok was billed “queen of the high wire” and was the only woman who completely captured Wild Bill Hickok’s heart.