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Congratulations to the COWGIRL’s 30 Under 30 Class of 2021 presented by The Cowboy Channel!
COWGIRL favorites Lari Dee Guy and Miranda Lambert are among the five newest inductees in to The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame!
“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.”
Climbing to history….
The Owl Thief
Courtesan of Colorado City
Journalist, Suffragist, Activist
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…
The Frenzy of Frisco
Magazine for matrimony…
An elite group of women, the Harvey Girls were noted for neatness of dress, modest demeanor, and graceful manners…
Lucy Stone lectured widely against slavery and, on behalf of women’s suffrage, helped organize the first national women’s rights convention and the American Woman Suffrage Association and published the influential Woman’s Journal.
Ellen was a homemaker and mother and active in the Methodist Church. She firmly believed that women could not attain their highest development until they “had the same large opportunities and the same large chance as her brothers have.”
The story of her life is one of tragedy, courage, and resourcefulness.
Biographers note that Calamity Jane had a drinking problem that often interfered with her ability to perform in the Wild West programs.
“Mollie Moses, a disheveled woman in her 40s, sat alone in her rundown Kentucky home, crying…”
This inspirational woman has some important lessons on love that we could all learn something from…