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  1. Calamity Jane 1852-1903: A History of Her Life and Adventures in the West by Nolie Mumey, 1950
  2. Calamity Jane, 1852-1903;: A history of her life and adventures in the West by Nolie Mumey, 1950
  3. Calamity Jane: The Woman And The Legend by James D. Mclaird, 2005-09-30
  4. Calamity Jane: A Frontier Original (Legendary Heroes of the Wild West) by William R. Sanford, Carl R. Green, 1996-05
  5. A History of Calamity Jane: Our Country's First Liberated Woman by Stella Foote, 1996-01
  6. Calamity Jane: Her Life and Her Legend by Doris Faber, 1997-08-25
  7. Calamity Jane by Roberta Sollid, 1995-01-01
  8. Calamity Jane by Ellen Crago Mueller, 1981-08
  9. American Frontier: Calamity Jane at Fort Sanders - Book #8 (Disney's American Frontier, Book 8) by Justine Korman, Ron Fontes, 1992-09-01
  10. The Slow Reign of Calamity Jane (New Canadian Poets) by Gillian Robinson, 1995-01
  11. Dead Man's Hand (Wild Bill) by Judd Cole, 1999-02
  12. Calamity Jane (Tall Tales) by Larry Dane Brimner, 2004-01
  13. Chick by Dave Sargent, Pat Sargent, 2001-06
  14. Buffalo Girls

1. Calamity Jane's
The real Calamity Jane, (1852 1903,) was a strong woman who carried a gun when few women dared and never let down her fellow pioneers. She never killed anyone that didn't need
http://www.calamityjanes.biz/info.php
Info Menu Map Calamity Jane, 1852-1903 Our bar circa late 1800s
Located at 5701 Airport Way South, Seattle, WA 98108 Phone: 206-763-3040
  • Monday - Tuesday: 11am to 11pm Wednesday - Friday: 11am to 2am Saturday: 9:30am to 2am Sunday: 9:30am to 12 midnight
    Brunch : 9:30am to 3pm Kitchen Hours: 11am to 10pm Happy Hour: M through Sat: 3:00- 6:00pm NOW OPEN SUNDAY NIGHTS! Free Wi-Fi available Pinball games Large groups encouraged! Reservations for parties of 5 or more accepted NEW: BINGO! Mondays 8-10pm PATIO NOW OPEN!
Calamity Jane's is a restaurant and meetinghouse in the historic Georgetown neighborhood of South Seattle, where we celebrate the spirit of our namesake. The real Calamity Jane, (1852- 1903,) was a strong woman who carried a gun when few women dared and never let down her fellow pioneers. She never killed anyone that didn't need killin'. Calamity Jane helped settle the Wild West and today we continue her tradition of rowdy women and straight shooting. Our menu is lively and comforting, with something to please a variety of palettes and wide range of tastes. All items are hand crafted here from savory dressings to nostalgic meatballs and delectable desserts, all using the highest quality ingredients, often organic produce and Angus Beef. We also offer a great cocktail list, select wines, tap and bottled beers, premium coffee and real juices. Creative types, professionals and neighborhood icons all pony up to our grand late 1800s oak bar, crowned by a genuine Winchester Lever Action 30/30 Model 1894, like the one Calamity Jane carried. Come join us, we'll find a seat for you!

2. Calamityjane - Definition And More From The Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Definition of word from the MerriamWebster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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3. Browse Subject: Calamity Jane, 1852-1903 | The Online Books Page
Calamity Jane, 18521903 Filed under Calamity Jane, 1852-1903. Life and Adventures of Calamity Jane, by Calamity Jane (Gutenberg text) Items below (if any) are from related and
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4. Four Feather Falls: Fancy Shooting Episode Summary On TV.com
Buck Reeves is loosely based on the Western showmen of the wild west, such as Wild Bill Hickok (18371876), Buffalo Bill (1846-1917) and Calamity Jane (1852-1903).edit
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5. Calamity Jane, 1852-1903 | LibraryThing
Books under subject heading Calamity Jane, 18521903
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6. Children's Literature Reviews
The imagination series. Tall tales . Subjects Calamity Jane, 18521903 Legends. Calamity Jane, 1852-1903 Legends. FolkloreUnited States. Tall tales.
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7. Author Search Results - Project Gutenberg
32000+ free ebooks online An utterly fearless man is a far more dangerous comrade than a coward. —— MobyDick by Herman Melville
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8. Wild Bill Hickok Calamity Jane Graves
CALAMITY JANE 18521903 Known for being as tough as any man. she actually worked at one time as a scout. for General Custer.
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WILD BILL HICKOK Once killed a grizzly in hand-to-hand com- bat armed with only a hunting knife, although he nearly died and almost lost an arm. Shot in the back and killed by Jack McCall while playing poker. At the time he was holding Ace's and eights which has come to be known as "The dead man's hand."
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CALAMITY JANE Known for being as tough as any man she actually worked at one time as a scout for General Custer. Companion of Wild Bill's, some say on a romantic level, which may explain Bill's risk taking with his own life. SEE GRAVESITES ON YOUTUBE [file:///C:/Documents and Settings/Todd Devereaux/My Documents/2ur files/includes/menu.htm] [file:///C:/Documents and Settings/Todd Devereaux/My Documents/2ur files/includes/footer.htm]

9. Project Gutenberg Titles By Calamity Jane (Calamity Jane, 1852-1903)
You can also look up this author on The Online Books Page, which may list additional titles from other sites.
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10. Www.calamityjanehorsecache.com
A portion of the ranch (254 acres) was once owned by the notorious Martha Jane Canary, alias Calamity Jane (18521903). Calamity found this unusual plateau west of Billings, Montana
http://www.calamityjanehorsecache.com/
The Calamity Jane Horse Cache consists of 2139 acres of rolling hills, ponderosa pine trees, and majestic rim rock cliffs. A portion of the ranch (254 acres) was once owned by the notorious Martha Jane Canary, alias Calamity Jane (1852-1903). Calamity found this unusual plateau west of Billings, Montana to be a perfect, temporary, holding place for horses (a cache). The plateau, which bears her name today, rises 100 meters from the valley floor and is completely skirted by rim rock cliffs. This naturally fenced area provided Calamity an easy place to cache horses. She found or created a secret passage to the top and would bring horses down to water from Canyon Creek which flows around the north base of the Horse Cache. The Battle of Canyon Creek between the Nez Pierce Indians and the U.S. Cavalry took place at the foot of the Calamity Jane Horse Cache plateau.

11. Calamity Jane | LibraryThing
Books by Calamity Jane Calamity Jane's letters to her daughter, Calamity Jane, Life and adventures of Calamity Jane, Copies of Calamity Jane's diary and letters
http://www.librarything.com/author/janecalamity

12. Burk, Martha Jane Definition Of Burk, Martha Jane In The Free Online Encyclopedi
Burk, Martha Jane (Canary) (Calamity Jane) (?1852–1903) legendary frontier figure; born in Princeton, Mo. Raised in Virginia City, Mont. (1864), she became an expert markswoman
http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Burk, Martha Jane

13. Index To Comic Art Collection: "Cal" To "Calcutta"
Call no. PN6790.M44D27no.17 Calamity Jane, 1852-1903Miscellanea. Entry (v. 2, p.
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Reading Room Index to the Comic Art Collection
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A Cal McDonald Mystery
Horror myteries written by Steve Niles
Cal 'n' Alec
Adventure story feature at least in part by Fred Schwab that appeared in New Adventure Comics and its title change to Adventure Comics, then moved to More Fun Comics.
Calafiore, Jim
American comics artist
Calamity Jane, 1852-1903
Calamity Jane
Calamity Jane / text by Goscinny ; drawings by Morris ; translated by Pablo Vela. (Lucky Luke) Montral: Dargaud Canada, 1981. 46 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. Call no.:
Summary:
Other English editions:
Calamity Jane / text by Goscinny ; drawings by Morris ; translated by Pablo Vela. London : Glo'worm, 1998. 46 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. (A Lucky Luke Adventure) Call no.: Lucky Luke : Spcial 10 / dessins de Morris ; scnarios de R. Goscinny. Marcinelle-Charleroi, Belgique : Dupuis, 1978. 191 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. Contents: L'Escorte ; Des Barbels sur la Prairie ; Calamity Jane ; Tortillas pour les Dalton. Western genre. Call no.:

14. Calamity Jane (eBook, 2004) [WorldCat.org]
Subjects. Calamity Jane, 18521903 Legends. Calamity Jane, 1852-1903 Legends. Folklore United States. View all subjects; Similar Items
http://www.worldcat.org/title/calamity-jane/oclc/166307087

15. Life And Adventures Of Calamity Jane - Marthy Burk
Life And Adventures Of Calamity Jane by Marthy Burk, aka Calamity Jane (18521903)
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Life And Adventures Of Calamity Jane
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Marthy Burk, aka Calamity Jane (1852-1903)
Bibliographic Notes: First published in c1900.
My maiden name was Marthy Cannary. I was born in Princeton, Missourri, May 1 st , 1852. Father and mother were natives of Ohio. I had two brothers and three sisters, I being the oldest of the children. As a child I always had a fondness for adventure and out-door exercise and especial fondness for horses which I began to ride at an early age and continued to do so until I became an expert rider being able to ride the most vicious and stubborn of horses, in fact the greater portion of my life in early times was spent in this manner. Mother died at Black Foot, Montana, 1866, where we buried her. I left Montana in Spring of 1866, for Utah, arriving at Salt Lake city during the summer. Remained in Utah until 1867, where my father died, then went to Fort Bridger, Wyoming Territory, where we arrived May 1, 1868, then went to Piedmont, Wyoming, with UP Railway. Joined General Custer as a scout at Fort Russell, Wyoming, in 1870, and started for Arizona for the Indian Campaign. Up to this time I had always worn the costume of my sex. When I joined Custer I donned the uniform of a soldier. It was a bit awkward at first but I soon got to be perfectly at home in men's clothes. Was in Arizona up to the winter of 1871 and during that time I had a great many adventures with the Indians, for as a scout I had a great many dangerous missions to perform and while I was in many close places always succeeded in getting away safely for by this time I was considered the most reckless and daring rider and one of the best shots in the western country.

16. Martha Jane Cannary - Definition Of Martha Jane Cannary By The Free Online Dicti
Ca lam i ty Jane (kl m-t j n) See Martha Jane Burk. Calamity Jane. n (Biographies / Calamity Jane (?1852-1903) F, US, TRAVEL AND EXPLORATION frontierswoman) real name Martha Canary
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17. Life And Adventures Of Calamity Jane / Calamity Jane, 1852-1903
Project Gutenberg Etext of Life and Adventures of Calamity Jane This is a very short pamphlet reprint which we hope you will be enjoying as much as we did.
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18. Westerns - Western Fiction - LibGuides - Librarian Aided Research Assistance At
Calamity .Jane, 18521903 Fiction; Cowboys fiction. Friendship West (U.S.) Fiction. Indians of North America Fiction. McCrae, Augustus (Fictitious character) Fiction.
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19. Fort Collins History Connection : Search Results
Spring, Agnes Wright, 18941988.;Cassidy, Butch, b. 1866.;Parrot, Big Nose George.;Carlisle, Wild Bill.;Calamity Jane, 1852-1903.;Authors, American Colorado Biography
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20. Calamity Jane (1852 - 1903)
Calamity Jane, 18521903. Burk, Martha Cannary; Wikipedia; Life and Adventures of Calamity Jane (English) (as Author) Calamnius, J. W., 1838-1891. Bibliografia
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Il était une fois…
…un Nouveau Monde
Histoire épique de la rencontre entre les peuples indigènes et les britanniques. "Terre de tous les rêves et de toutes les libertés, patrie de la démocratie et du melting pot… l’idéal américain, haï ou adoré, recèle d’innombrables idées reçues." Hélène Harter
"Calamity Jane"
Insaisissable, fantasque, dure au mal, et secrète, elle fut tour à tour poseuse de rails, éclaireuse du général Custer, convoyeuse de bétail et conductrice de diligence !

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