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Rachel Klingberg
Rachel Klingberg • 21 weeks ago

Charley Wilson, better known as “Little Britches’”, born in 1834 in Britain, was a cattle thief from the Indian Nation of OklahomaVery little is known about this historical gunfighter & cattle thief except that he lived as a man for over 40 years till he had to move into a facility for the elderly at age 63, where authorities forced him to dress as a woman. Charley is listed as “one of the most famous female outlaws ever to strap on a six gun” despite his masculine dress and choice of male name.

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