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  • Cowboy (redirect from Cowgirl)
    rodeo cowgirl. In the early Wild West shows and rodeos, women competed in all events, sometimes against other women, sometimes with the men. Cowgirls such
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  • Lucille Mulhall (category Cowgirl Hall of Fame inductees)
    Lucille Mulhall (October 21, 1885 – December 21, 1940) was a well-known cowgirl and Wild West performer. She was born in St. Louis, Missouri to Zach and Agnes
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  • The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is located in Fort Worth, Texas, US. Established in 1975, it is dedicated to honoring women of the American
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  • cowboys and cowgirls from the frontier era of the American Old West (circa 1830 to 1910) was compiled to show examples of the cowboy and cowgirl genre. Earl
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  • West period. List of Arizona Rangers List of cowboys and cowgirls List of Old West gunfighters Wild West Outlaws and Lawmen Complete List of Old West Lawmen
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  • May Lillie (category Wild West shows)
    "Wild Woman Wednesday: May Manning Lillie". Cowgirl Magazine. Retrieved 5 February 2018. Browder (2009), p. 85. Bricklin (2017), p. 141. "2011 Cowgirl
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  • Fannie Sperry Steele (category Cowgirl Hall of Fame inductees)
    Heritage Museum in 1975, and the first Montana native in the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame in 1978. Born Fannie Sperry on March 27, 1887 in the Beartooth
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  • (October 3, 2014). "Q&A: Cara Gee plays "dream role" as gun-toting Métis cowgirl". CBC News. Retrieved 2016-08-25. "Inhuman Condition Is a Step Forward
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  • receiving partner lying on the side in the spoons sex position or the reverse cowgirl sex position. Non-penetrative sex in this position may also be regarded
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  • Canadian television series Class of the Titans "Cowgirls gone Wild: Nothing to fear but fear itself", an episode of Wild Things Fear Itself (disambiguation)
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  • Prairie Rose Henderson (category Cowgirl Hall of Fame inductees)
    first female professional athletes. In 2008, she was inducted into the Cowgirl Hall of Fame. Rose Henderson was born Ann Robbins in the late 1870s or
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  • Wild Roses is a Canadian television drama series, which aired from January 6 to March 31, 2009 on CBC Television. Originally titled Cowgirls, CBC requested
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  • Ruth Roach (category Cowgirl Hall of Fame inductees)
    Texas, with her husband, Fred Salmon. She is an inductee in the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame (1989) and the Rodeo Hall of Fame in the National Cowboy and
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  • playing a cowboy criminal called "Joe" Wolf in this cartoon, kidnaps the cowgirl singer, Red (played by Red Hot from Red Hot Riding Hood) from Rig-R-Mortis
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  • Jenn Sterger (redirect from The Cowgirl)
    University (FSU). Sterger was one of a group of friends called the FSU Cowgirls, known for wearing skimpy clothing and cowboy hats to football games, and
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  • Emily even dresses in plaid shirts, denim shorts, cowgirl boots, and a replica of Jessie's signature cowgirl hat. However, the audience sees that, as the girl
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  • Oakley created the image of the cowgirl in the late 19th century, and, in 1908, a 10-year-old girl was dubbed the first cowgirl after demonstrating her roping
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  • Show Sold" (PDF). The New York Times. June 10, 1917. Exhibit, National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Fort Worth, Texas. Goppert, Ennest J. "Buffalo
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  • Pat North Ommert (category Cowgirl Hall of Fame inductees)
    K. Fernandez Wild West Show. Ommert began performing at age 16. She married veterinarian Willard D. Ommert (died 2004) in 1947. "Cowgirl Grit". HorseCity
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  • previous band Chumped. They have released a 7" single, an EP and an album, Cowgirl Blues in 2017, all on Lauren Records. After Chumped parted ways at the
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