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You Might Be A Cowgirl If

Author: Jill Stanford
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 076278962X
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From Jill Charlotte Stanford, author of the Cowgirl’s Cookbook and Wild Women and Tricky Ladies, this is the thinking girl’s guide to living like a cowgirl. It’s not all sequins and silver buckles—but following the way of Dale Evans and Rodeo Queens and finding your inner cowgirl, you can acheive your own cowgirl style, find the cowgirl way, and fit it to your life in the city or on the range.

Cowgirls In The Kitchen

Author: Jill Stanford
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493024094
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From the Barrel Racer cocktail (whiskey and powdered doughnuts) to slow-cooker stews and casseroles perfect for feeding the crowd on branding days to cast-iron recipes perfect for a pack trip into the mountains, Cowgirls in the Kitchen includes all the recipes that the modern cowgirl needs to keep her crew fed and her family happy. Combines the best of cowgirl myths, nostalgia, and legends with useable, delicious, and fun recipes for use at home or on the trail, this book celebrates the romance of the American cowgirl from the late nineteenth century to today, through historic photographs and modern, western-themed recipes that will appeal to cowboys, as well.

Cowgirls

Author: Erin H. Turner
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762757582
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From Jo Monaghan, the Southern-belle-debutant turned Idaho cattlewoman, to Fanny Sperry Steele, the Bucking Horse Champion of the World, the Wild West was populated with untamed women who worked and played as men did in the saddles of their favorite bucking broncos. This book brings together their stories, including their own thoughts about being cowgirls, and archival art that celebrates the Western experience.

Cowgirls

Author: Teresa Jordan
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803275751
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American lore has slighted the cowgirl, although at least one can still be found in nearly every ranching community. Like her male counterpart, she rides and ropes, understands land and stock, and confronts the elements. The writer and photographer Teresa Jordan traveled sixty thousand miles in the American West, talking with more than a hundred authentic cowgirls running ranches and performing in rodeos. The result is a fascinating book that also situates the cowgirl in history and literature. A new preface and updated bibliography have been added to this Bison Book edition.

Keep Cookin Cowgirl

Author: Jill Stanford
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493004654
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Take a dash of western myth, a healthy sprinkle of vintage photographs, and a dollop of tall tales and instructional sidebars, simmer with a delicious selection of western recipes, and, voila—The Cowgirl's Cookbook. From June's Ranch Beans to Joan's Chile Rellenos, Connie's Cackleberries on Toast to Rita's Tomato Mac ‘n Cheese, these hearty fixin's will feed a city girl's fantasy as well as a country boy's belly. A sure favorite with locals and tourists alike, these recipes ain't just for trail drives no more!

Cowgirl S Cookbook

Author: Jill Stanford
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1461745713
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Filled with fun recipes and nostalgic looks back at the heyday of the cowgirl era, this book celebrates the wild women of the Old West. From "Fit for a Queen Green Chili Soup" to "Cowgirl Margaritas," Cowgirl's Cookbook is fun to puruse and to will be excellent to use for a cowgirl-themed girls night or campout.

The Cowgirl Way

Author: Holly George-Warren
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 054748805X
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The 1840s ushered in the beginning of the largest migration in US history. People in crowded Eastern cities and Missouri River towns were feeling the pull of the Western frontier. It was the dawn of a new era of expansion, and over the next few decades, the making of a new kind of pioneer. It was the birth of the cowgirl! Welcome to the world of nimble equestriennes, hawkeyed sharpshooters, sly outlaws, eloquent legislators, expert wranglers and talented performers who made eyes pop and jaws drop with their skills, savvy and bravery. In this fascinating account of an ever-evolving American icon, Holly George-Warren invites readers to saddle up with a host of these trailblazers who helped settle the West and define the cowgirl spirit.

I Want To Be A Cowgirl

Author: Jeanne Willis
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780805069976
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Speaking in rhyme, a little girl tells her father that she would rather have the active outdoor life of a cowgirl than that of a city girl who stays inside quietly reading, talking, or cleaning. 30,000 first printing.

Cowgirl Up

Author: Heidi Thomas
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493014153
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When someone says "Cowgirl Up!" it means rise to the occasion, don't give up, and do it all without whining or complaining. And the cowgirls of the early twentieth century did it all, just like the men, only wearing skirts and sometimes with a baby waiting behind the chutes. Women learned to rope and ride out of necessity, helping their fathers, brothers, and husbands with the ranch work. But for some women, it went further than that. They caught the fever of freedom, the thirst for adrenaline, and the thrill of competition, and many started their rodeo careers as early as age fourteen. From Alice and Margie Greenough of Red Lodge, whose father told them “If you can’t ride ’em, walk,” to Jane Burnett Smith of Gilt Edge who sneaked off to ride in rodeos at age eleven, women made wide inroads into the masculine world of rodeo. Montana boasts its share of women who “busted broncs” and broke ranks in the macho world of rodeo during the early to mid-1900s. Cowgirl Up! is the history of these cowgirls, their courage, and their accomplishments.

Girl On Pointe

Author: Chloe Lukasiak
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1681199173
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Chloe Lukasiak is a big believer that things happen for a reason. She knows that life would be easier without disappointments, bullying, and medical issues-but sometimes it takes challenges to inspire you to achieve big things. From her status as fan favorite on the hit reality television show Dance Moms through her life as a social media star with millions of fans, Chloe has found that self-acceptance and kindness are the key to getting over the rough spots in life and realizing your passions. This full-color, heavily designed book featuring never-before-seen photos, inspirational quotes, and Chloe's own doodles and poetry offers exclusive insight into Chloe's world as well as a message that will inspire all readers to be their very best selves.