Red River Women (Women of the West) ebook
by Sherrie S. McLeroy
Their stories are nothing short of heroic.
Their stories are nothing short of heroic. Included in the book are Lucy Kidd-Key (Woman Educator of the South), Enid Justin (Lady Bootmaker), Lucy Pickens (Queen of the Confederacy), Sophia Porter (Confederate Paul Revere), Ela Hockaday (Headmistress), Edna Gladney (Crusader), and Lydia Starr McPherson (Newspaper Publisher).
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Each year, dozens of Canadian Aboriginal women are murdered or disappear never to be seen again. It was his duty inspector with news that a body had been found weighted down in a bag in the Red River, the river that runs through Winnipeg and is the lifeblood of the city. Within an hour, O'Donovan was at his desk in the city speaking to officers and handing out assignments. The body was in such an advanced state of decomposition it took four hours to determine it was that of a young woman. It was another few hours before detectives could settle on a tentative identification.
We've all heard how the west was won with the help of the Colt 45 and the Winchester and Henry Repeating Rifles, but what you may not have heard was whose hands those guns were in. The women of the west had to be tougher, stronger and more ruthless than the men. They sacrificed. They sacrificed greatly for the men who loved them. Follow five of these women through their lives to see how their sacrifices helped tame the wild west.