We're No Stinkin' Outlaws — history

| Jennalee Rhodes

Outlaw Celebrates Clare Marie Hodges: The First Woman Ranger in the National Park Service

At Outlaw we have several women working, and our founder CEO is a woman herself, so we were so excited when Women's History Month 2021 came around so we could talk a bit about the women who have shaped the west.Clare Marie Hodges is most notably the First Woman Ranger...

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| Glenda Purvis

Camels? Yes, camels!

In order to round out your general Old West knowledge, you need to know about the camels of the Wild West. Yes, camels.Β  Camels have been used as cargo animals with great success in the deserts of Africa and Middle East for...well, as long as people have been there. You...

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| Danielle Vincent

Josie Bassett: frontier woman, outlaw, badass

In my research on Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch for the limited edition soap release, ahem, tomorrow, I found out about Josie Bassett, January 17, 1874 – May 1, 1964 (which means she was born 100 years and 363 days before I was, if my math is correct). Josie was amazing because... she was one of the famed "Bassett Sisters" who helped out the Wild Bunch frequently (and was romantically involved with them off and on) her and her sister's association with many famous (and deadly) outlaws meant neighboring ranchers trying to run the ladies off their land couldn't hire anyone to do their dirty work, and even the local police wouldn't convict them of various crimes of which they were accused (mostly rustling)...

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| Danielle Vincent

How I became a person of adventure.

Note: Ugh. I've gone back and forth about this post and whether I should even write it. I mean, how frazzlin' arrogant to call myself "a person of adventure." But Russ told me he was reflecting on how he saw me before we hooked up, and, he said I was kind of legendary to him. I've never been legendary to me. From my perspective, it's just one disconnected adventure and then a completely separate adventure. It's just stuff I do. But anyways, the truth is that I've gotten a reputation as a person of adventure. And here's how that started out. Β  My childhood wasn't normal....

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I'm sure there's an interesting story behind this...

1. Ok, so what was the joke? The description from LOC: Photo shows Atlee Pomerene (1863-1937), Senator from Ohio and James Alexander Reed (1861-1944), Senator from Missouri. 2. Just having a good time on the street in the name of voting? The description from LOC: Photograph shows suffragists Rose Sanderman...

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