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Cherokee Rose

(Real Women of the American West #3)

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Raised on an Oklahoma ranch where her father taught her to rope and ride, Tommy Jo Burns knew she was destined for greatness. At fourteen she so impressed Teddy Roosevelt that he dubbed her America's first cowgirl. Filled with dreams of joining a Wild West show, she left her parents to create her own family of friends on the road with Colonel Zack Miller's 101 Ranch Show. ...more
Paperback, 432 pages
Published March 31st 1997 by Domain (first published 1996)
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Women were not to be so unlady like as to ride and rope, much less join a wild west show. That is just what Tommy Jo, A.K.A Cherokee Rose does.
Growing up her father and his ranch hands taught her the life with cattle, horses and roping. Her mother sent her away to school in hopes of making her a lady. Father won out. The little 'lady' went on in life with a rope and horses. Finding herself in front of the president she shows off her skill and he dubes her Cowgirl, little did he know the girls a
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A novelist and author of books for both adults and young readers, Judy Alter is the author of seventitles in the Kelly O'Connell Mysteries, three in the Blue Plate Café Mysteries, and two Oak Grove Mysteries. Her mysteries are all set in Texas. She has also written frequently about women and girls of the American West, and many of those books are available as ebooks. Her Web page is http://www.jud ...more

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