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Wild Women of the West: Cattle Kate

Legends has it that “Cattle Kate” (Ella Watson), who was…

1 week ago

Wild Women of the West: Antoinette Adams

The manager of the Melodeon Theatre in Virginia City, Nevada,…

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Wild Women of the West: Pauline Cushman

One of the most glamorous and perhaps most tragic of…

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Wild Women of the West: Giuseppina Morlacchi

The reflections staring back at ballerina Giuseppina Morlacchi showed a…

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Wild Women of the West: Ah-Toy

California’s first Chinese settlers, two men and one woman, reached…

2 months ago

Wild Women of the West: Yukon Dance Hall Girls

Two of the most ferocious dance-hall girls in the Yukon…

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Wild Women Of The West: Katie Smith

Deadwood’s first dance hall opened May 1, 1876, with only…

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Wild Women of the West: Lillie Lee

In the book Incidents of Land and Water, written by…

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Wild Women Of The West: Ada Lomont

No madam combined beauty and tragedy more poignantly than Ada…

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Wild Women Of The West: Laura Evans

Laura Evans was one of the last scarlet women to…

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Wild Women Of The West: Antoinette Adams

In 1865, the manager of the Melodeon Theatre in Virginia…

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Wild Women Of The West: Ardell Smith

Denver’s Holladay Street, the most wicked street in the West…

4 months ago

Wild Women Of The West: Emma Wixom

Emma Wixom rose from the obscurity of a small Nevada…

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Wild Women Of The West: Irene McCready

Mrs. Irene McCready and her companion-lover James McCabe debarked from…

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Wild Women Of The West: Miss Heiser And The Long Branch Saloon

In Dodge City, Kansas, the important men made their headquarters…

5 months ago

Wild Women Of The West: Mattie Silks

In 1898, Dawson City in the Yukon Territory was the…

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Wild Women Of The West: Diamond-tooth Lil

The soiled dove with the heart of gold is a…

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Wild Women Of The West: Whiskey & Wild Women

With the end of the Mexican War in 1846 and…

6 months ago

Wild Women Of The West: How The West Was Worn

Women of the mid-1800s considered ornamental fineries like the handkerchief…

6 months ago

Wild Women Of The West: Fashion Trendsetters

There were a number of well-known, fashion trendsetters in the…