This is a group about the women of the west. From the women who made the overland journey, the settlers and townswomen, soiled doves and army wives. How did they live and cope and survive? Who were they? What were thier lives like?
"Wild Bill, devoid of vanity," was born to fame and notoriety as James Buther Hickok, in La Salle County, Illinois, 1837; he drove on the Sana Fe Trail before the Civil War; served with the "Red Legs" and other forces during conflict.
"Stephanie . . . . WELCOME . . . yur in the rite place ! I was at Sutters' Mill last June . . . spend the whole day. I really liked visiting the church and the cabin back behind. I was there late in the afternoon…"