WANTON WEST: Madams, Money, Murder, and the Wild Women of Montana's Frontier
Brings to life the women of the West's wildest region--Montana--famous for its lawlessness, boomtowns, and America's largest and longest-enduring red-light districts. The state was a beacon for independent women who refused to accept traditional roles, and prostitutes and entrepreneurs flocked there to make their own money, gamble, drink, and raise hell just like the men. Photos.
Publisher: Chicago Review
Item #: 666234X
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