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"There is nothing more awesome than a woman with pearl earrings and glossy red lips spreading into a devilish smile as she double-hocks a runaway calf before the boys can even get their ropes down." Fun Blog! westeastern.me/

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Flores La Due performing fancy rope trick at the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede, c.1912. "A girl who knows the ropes is not likely to get tied up."

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What they use to be called :)

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Lucille Mulhall...the original cowgirl. Celebrating her roping accomplishments.

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K. Henderson Art, On the Fringe

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Gil Elvgren pinup, 1946

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post card of Cowgirl

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The relaunch of Western Glamour, coming in April. www.westernglamou...

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"Cowgirl is an attitude, really. A pioneer spirit, a special American brand of courage. The cowgirl faces life head on, lives by her own lights, and makes no excuses. Cowgirls take stands. They speak up. They defend the things they hold dear. A cowgirl might be a rancher, or a barrel racer, or a bull rider, or an actress. But she's just as likely to be a checker at the local Winn Dixie, a full-time mother, a banker, an attorney, or an astronaut." - Dale Evans Rogers, Los Angeles, 1992

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Country girl

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right on!

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Jay Dusard photograph of Julie Hagen, Wagstaff Land & Cattle Company, Wyoming

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You might have heard the saying "Behind every successful rancher is a wife who works in town." We say poppycock! Every successful rancher has a wife who works right beside him! And there are plenty of women who run a successful outfit all by themselves. "Harney" is an upcoming documentary that celebrates the cattlewomen and cowgirls of Harney County, Ore. We're keeping this film on our radar! Can't wait to see this!!

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Cowgirl Shantel Rae of Shoshini, Wyoming, posed for the painting Shantel, 15 by 12 oil. Artist: Carrie Ballantyne

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ride 'em

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Lucky Girl

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“To the yesterdays that are gone, to the cowboys I used to know, to the bronc busters that rode beside me, to the horses beneath me (sometimes) I take off my hat. I wouldn’t have missed one minute of it.” “I have never tired of rodeo in my life. I have never seen one show too many, be it good, bad or middlin’. I hope there’s an arena in Heaven… that’s where you’ll find me… Fannie Sperry Steele.”

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Lizzie Williams - known as the Texas Cattle Queen. She was an Austin school teacher who became a successful business women in the historic Texas cattle industry. She kept books for early cattle drives, wrote articles for the popular Frank Leslie’s Magazine, invested in land and cattle, and became a Texas legend. She had her own cattle brand and owned vast cattle ranches throughout Texas. Lizzie was the only woman in Texas history to accompany her own herd of Texas longhorns up the Chisolm Trail.

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American Cowgirl, 101-year-old Connie Reeves, still rides everyday. (Photo by Jamie Williams)

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Statue at Cowgirl Museum in Texas

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