When we think of the Wild West, we often think of the men—men who drove the stage coaches, men who hunted the buffalo, men who prospected for gold, men who fought the Native Americans, men who pushed the railroads from one end of the country to another. Yet there were women in the American West too, women who were surely stronger than the men for being there despite the hardships and loneliness. Carrie Adell Strahorn was one of these women. Along with her husband, writer and railroad promoter Robert Strahorn, she traveled the West at the turn of the century.
Everything She Didn’t Say by Jane Kirkpatrick
by Editor | Jan 11, 2019