5 edition of Cowgirls of the rodeo found in the catalog.
Cowgirls of the rodeo
Mary Lou LeCompte
Includes bibliographical references (p. -243) and index.
|Statement||Mary Lou LeCompte.|
|Series||Sport and society|
|LC Classifications||GV1834.55.W47 L43 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||92042635|
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Cowgirls of the Rodeo Pioneer Professional Athletes. Women's struggle to regain their place--and respect--in rodeo. Acclaimed as a foundational study of rodeo women, Cowgirls of the Rodeo surveys the early rodeo cowgirls' achievements as professional athletes.
Mary Lou Lecompte follows the story through the near-demise of women's rodeo events during World War II and the phenomenal success The book made that period and the people who worked the shows really come to life.
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Through quotes, narratives, photographs, illustrations, and fact-filled side-bars, each book tells the story of twelve bold and courageous women. The Wild West and the rodeo are not the only places where the cowgirl In this first substantial study of rodeo women, Mary Lou Lecompte surveys the early rodeo cowgirls' achievements as professional athletes, the near demise of women's rodeo events during World War II, and the phenomenal success of the Women's Professional Rodeo Association in