Calamity-jane



(Martha Jane Canary Burke) 1852?–1903, U.S. frontier markswoman.
Historical Examples

Down the Yellowstone Lewis R. Freeman
Where Strongest Tide Winds Blew Robert McReynolds
Down the Yellowstone Lewis R. Freeman
Down the Yellowstone Lewis R. Freeman
Down the Yellowstone Lewis R. Freeman
Down the Yellowstone Lewis R. Freeman

noun
real name Martha Canary. ?1852–1903, US frontierswoman, noted for her skill at shooting and riding

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