3 edition of Women of the Wild West (Curriculum Guide) found in the catalog.
April 1, 2001 by Open Hand Pub Llc .
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When we think of the American West, we usually think of cowboys, covered wagons, cattle drives and Indians. One thing people sometimes fail to take in consideration is the role of women.
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