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At Prairie Berry Calamity Jane is a sweet Concord grape wine that we jokingly call a breakfast wine because it reminds us of grape juice. In this photo the real Calamity Jane smokes a cigar while cooking breakfast.
This photograph was taken in 1895, and shows Calamity Jane. Calamity Jane was a colorful figure from the Old West. She was friends with Wild Bill Hickock, and in later years was a member of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Calamity Jane died on this day, August 1, in the year 1903. She was buried next to Wild Bill.