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❦Montana Cowgirl, 1909  Forget the girl look at the beautiful horse! www.garygreenfield.com

Photography by Adams - Montana Girl, 1909 (Library of Congress Print & Photograph Online Catalog)

The Buckley sisters mount their horses while wearing the split skirts that photographer Evelyn Cameron introduced to the Terry, Montana, region at the turn of the 19th century.

The Buckley sisters mount their horses while wearing the split skirts that photographer Evelyn Cameron introduced to the Terry, Montana, region at the turn of the century.

Rodeo legend Fannie Sperry Steele, right, and her husband, Bill Steele, are pictured in 1916, posing with the belt and solid gold buckle that she won in Kansas City. Fannie is wearing her trademark calfskin split riding skirt.

Rodeo legend Fannie Sperry Steele, right, and her husband, Bill Steele, are pictured in posing with the belt and solid gold buckle that she won in Kansas City. Fannie is wearing her trademark calfskin split riding skirt.

These are the real Old Cowgirls. America Antiques | Quilt Blocks | National…

Cowgirl Set 9 Rodeo Cowgirls by Olde America Antiques. COWGIRLS from Olde America Antiques Online.

Lucille Mulhall was born on October 21, 1885. Lucille was a famous trick rider and first cowgirl act in The Wild West Show (with her famous horse, Governor).

Lucille Mulhall (born on Oct a famous trick rider and first cowgirl act in The Wild West Show (with her famous horse, Governor).

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What doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Except for cowgirls, cowgirls will kill you.

Mamie Francis atop Bobby the Steer  circa 1935.  Born Elba May Ghent about 1885 in Janesville, Wisconsin. Married to Herbert Skepper, a renowned Roman rider, Francis joined Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show in 1901. She remained there until 1907 when she joined the 101 Ranch Show. Married to Wild West show promoter, California Frank Hafley, since 1909, Francis made over 626 jumps on her white high-diving horse between 1908 and 1914 in spite of her inability to swim. Photo by Ralph Doubleday

Mamie Francis atop Bobby the Steer circa Photo by Ralph Doubleday

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