Wild West women: travellers, adventurers and rebels

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Whitecap Books, Oct 1, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 255 pages
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This book tells the stories of the strong and independent women who worked as madams, prospectors, hunters, and horse tamers in the Wild West.

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I really loved this book. It was cool to hear of women trappers, singers, prospectors, pilots, adventurers in Western Canada. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgements
7
Spent the Night in My Valise
39
A Surprising Grasp of Business Affairs
57
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Rosemary Neering is the award-winning author of countless books on history and travel in Canada, including works on Canadian women and Canadian pioneers. Although Rosemary was born in England, she grew up in Brantford, Ontario, and moved to British Columbia at the age of nineteen. Rosemary enjoys traveling throughout Canada, Europe and South America. When she's at home in Victoria, she likes gardening, playing tennis and spending time with her cat Cayambe.