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Cowgirls of the old west were tough - and beautiful too it seems...(Bonnie Carroll)

Original Cowgirls~Bonnie McCarroll sitting with spurs in hand

People of Deadwood celebrating completion of a stretch of railroad

Title: People of Deadwood celebrating completion of a stretch of railroad Street parade with numbers 1888 in foreground. Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.

Deadwood -South Dakota  Main Street, 1870s

Deadwood, South Dakota Main Street from the South in the On September a fire started at a bakery on Sherman Street and rapidly spread to the business district of Deadwood

Martha Jane Cannary (Calamity Jane). Often referred herself as Wild Bill Hickok's lover. Buried beside Wild Bill in Deadwood.

Martha Jane Cannary (AKA Calamity Jane)--we try to keep her out of the equation.

Bella Union was a saloon and theater in Deadwood, South Dakota, which opened on September 10, 1876. The proprietor was Tom Miller, an aggressive businessman who would buy several neighboring properties as well. In November 1878, Tom Miller went bankrupt, and the Bella Union became a grocery store downstairs, and a meeting hall named Mechanics' Hall upstairs.

Bella Union was a saloon and theater in Deadwood, South Dakota, which opened on September

#Wild #West Arguably the first and greatest gunfighter of the Old West, Wild Bill Hickok wears his own clothing in this 1865-66 photo.

Wild Bill was an an ansestor of mine.Arguably the first and greatest gunfighter of the Old West, Wild Bill Hickok wears his own clothing in this photo, not a stage costume, like he wore in most of his photos.

William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody

Smart, ambitious, and an amazing showman, Buffalo Bill perpetuated his own myth.

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