The dramatic tale of the outlaw bride.
These wild gals, Cattle Annie and Little Britches, were a pair of misunderstood teens who just wanted to be part of a gang.
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A giving heart and a will to help children learn is what encouraged this lady to transform the world of education.
This wild woman was known as the “philosopher’s teacher.”
Anna kept a journal during her time on the job. The daily entries describe the expansive landscape and weather, her students, and the tasks at hand.
This dedicated wife and mother started the first school in Nevada in her own home and became the state’s first schoolteacher.
A female detective takes on an unsolved murder case.
“When Kate Warne arrived at Allan’s office the following day and he announced he would give her a job she became the nation’s first female detective…”
“To her fellow students, Nellie was a delicate female with no business studying medicine…”
This wild woman was recognized by Ellendale citizens as the “uncrowned queen” of the camp…
Seventy-five-year-old Baby Doe Tabor was dressed in layers of torn, thread-bare garments that dragged along the ground as she walked…
The usual gunfire in the near distance was nothing to be concerned about…