What it must have been like to ride with Buffalo Bill Cody’s show. The ladies in Cody’s American Amazons were exceptionally gifted.
Stagecoach Mary Field delivered the mail and so much more that required grit in the Old West.
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Sister Blandina is a bit unconventional, but wild just the same. She’d have to be so to deal with the likes of Billy the Kid.
There are some women who were wild for a cause and you can’t help but admire them. Winema was one of them.
She was known as the American Beauty, America’s foremost singing star of operettas, and the most celebrated star of burlesque. Lillian Russell was a star to be reckoned with and fans in the Old West loved her.
Lucille Mulhall was among the first professional cowgirls and set the standard for all to come.
Charley Hatfield sought revenge for a number of tragic events in her life. She embodies the wild women of the Old West.
Annie “Peg Leg” McIntyre Morrow was not a wicked woman, just more so lost. And the story of her life is one of tragedy, courage, and resourcefulness.