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5 edition of Calamity Jane found in the catalog.

Calamity Jane

B. Marvis

Calamity Jane

by B. Marvis

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  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Chelsea House Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Children"s 9-12

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesLegends of the West
    The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary Binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11148335M
    ISBN 100791038556
    ISBN 109780791038550

    Students combine biographical details and direct quotations to explore the life of renowned, troublemaker Calamity Jane who made her mark on 19th-century America. The passage is paired with a question page and teaching tips. Calamity Jane poses in one of the first portraits she would have taken of herself in her lifetime. Author’s collection. In reality, Jane’s first verified child was born in November when she was living with rancher Frank King near Miles City, Montana. Area newspapers .

    Calamity Jane Frontierswoman (Book): Klepeis, Alicia: The Wild West was home to many men and women looking for adventure and a new life. Back then, in a place of danger and intrigue, there were several characters that made their mark on the frontier. One woman was Calamity Jane. Born Martha Jane Cannary, Calamity Jane would become one of America's best-known sharpshooters and horse . Calamity Jane, legendary American frontierswoman whose name was often linked with that of Wild Bill Hickok. The facts of her life are confused by her own inventions and by the successive stories and legends that accumulated in later years. She allegedly moved westward on a wagon train when still.

    Calamity Jane (born Martha Jane Cannary; –August 1, ) was a controversial figure in the Wild West whose adventures and exploits are shrouded in mystery, legend, and self-promotion. She is known to have dressed and worked as a man, to have been a hard drinker, and to . Calamity Jane’s Apparel was founded in May by stay-at-home mom turned business owner, Jazmine Farmer. Inspired by the attitude and determination of the gunfighter, Calamity Jane, Jazmine knew that was what it would take to balance life as a wife, mother, and business owner.


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In Calamity's Wake (), a novel of historical fiction written by Natalee Caple, Martha, or Calamity Jane, is one of two main narrators; the other is Jane's daughter Miette.

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CALAMITY JANE: Her Life and Her Legend User Review - Kirkus. Martha Jane Cannery may have died a drunk, but tales about Calamity Jane live on. Trying to sift through the facts, Faber ends up with a lot of speculation and might-have-beens that will give many.

Calamity Jane, one of the rowdiest and adventurous women in the Old West, was a frontierswoman and professional scout, who was known for her being a friend to Wild Bill Hickok and appearing in Buffalo Bill Cody’s Wild West Show. This book is a definitive biography of Martha Canary, the woman popularly known as Calamity Jane.

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Written by one of today’s foremost authorities on this notorious character, it is a meticulously researched account of how an alcoholic prostitute was transformed into a Wild West heroine. In her book The Autobiography of Calamity Jane, Calamity claims to have been the oldest of five siblings, two brothers and three sisters, spending the better part of her Missouri childhood riding horses.

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