The Cowboy Girl: The Life of Caroline Lockhart by ProQuest


The Life of Caroline a life of comfort and celebrity on the east and political and romantic rivals, but also as newspaper publisher, a well-known novelist, a cattle rancher, a tireless booster for Cody, Wyoming, and a founder of the renowned "Cody Stampede" rodeo. Moving from Philadelphia to Cody, years after the frontier town had been domesticated with bakeries, a drug store, hotels, and a railroad station, Lockhart yearned to "turn back the march of time and progress," horrified that the impending arrival of paved streets, automobiles, and electric lights threatened to eradicate the mythic old West.

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