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On the low end of the scale are the crib girls, these girls might be put on display in the lower end of the red light district in a short skirt showing their black stockings and enticing men in for a “good time” these were the worn out, no longer youthful, women, often drug addicts or those who could get work no where else. Photo shows a lady in the 1890’s close to the end of her career.


Minnie Freeman ~ teacher in 1888 who roped her students together and led them through a total white-out blizzard from the schoolhouse whose roof had collapsed to a farmhouse three-quarters of a mile away...


Photo taken by the amazing Camillus F. Fly, a photographer who worked in Tombstone, Arizona Territory in the late 1800s. He took many amazing shots of American Indians, white settlers, cowboys and prostitutes.


Mormon Pioneers ~ This in-depth biography covers Elizabeth's life from her childhood to her first marriage to William Milam in Indiana, their removal to Nauvoo and Salt Lake City as Mormons, and her second marriage to William Wheeler.


Inside a pioneer wagon. Read about life on the trail in #trailofthread by #lindahubalek


prostitutes of the old west | the crib girl in the wild west could service more than 80 men in a ...


Buffalo Bill Cody - ca 1900. Born near LeClaire, Iowa, in 1846, he rode on the Pony Express at the age of 14, fought in the American Civil War, served as a scout for the Army, and was already an Old West legend before mounting his famous Wild West show, which traveled the United States and Europe.