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Real women of the west were ranchers who confronted the elements while roping cows and mending fences. Sadly, very little was documented about women working to drive cattle up the trails of the Old West.

WILD WEST Real women of the west were ranchers who confronted the elements while roping cows and mending fences. Sadly, very little was documented about women working to drive cattle up the trails of the Old West.

wild west cowgirls...in need of cowboys...

Wild West Cowgirls ready for a fight Guns Drawn Photograph (Annie Oakley outfit on the left spats and all) Great Clothes Check out the Chaps on the girl on the right Note Same Neck Scarves Studio Photographer Unknown

cowgirls. Makes me think of my town: The Dalles, Or. It's the town that linked the wild west of Eastern Oregon with the big metropolis of Portland.

This is a picture of cowgirls showing off their guns. It wasn't uncommon to see girls with guns, they had them for protection. This picture teaches us that even woman had to learn how to fire a weapon.

These photos were needy lives but full of joy of people in New Mexico in the early They were taken by photographer John Collier Jr.

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