The Bawdy House Girls: A Look at the Brothels of the Old West

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Stagecoach Publishing, 2006 - History - 182 pages
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Many of the brothel madams were kind hearted. For instance, Madame Pauline, on hearing of a desperate family in dire straits, provided them a house and a job for the father. In the west, the bawdy house girls filled an obvious need or they wouldn't have survived. Many girls left the trade as soon as they could, usually by marriage. Others became hooked on drugs or committed suicide.
 

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Contents

Chapter i
13
Chapter 3
29
Chapter 5
47
Chapter 7
75
Chapter 12
91
Chapter 15
107
Chapter 18
121
Chapter 19
127
Chapter 22
141
Chapter 26
157
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