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Riding pretty rodeo royalty in the american west women in the west rene m laegreid on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers when the town of pendleton oregon held its first large scale rodeo it introduced a new kind of rodeo queen not a traveling cowgirl performer but a young. Do you want to remove all your recent searches all recent searches will be deleted. The major focus of riding pretty rodeo royalty in the american west is the relationship between rodeo queens and their communities within this larger theme two threads rodeo history and gender history weave their way through the story rodeo became a spectator sport at a critical juncture in american history. The only other rodeo royalty specific book joan burbicks rodeo queens and the american dream 2002 is too mired in feminist marxist theory to provide a truthful view of these cowgirl queens and princesses laegreids book now replaces burbicks and is the only objective research based scholarly work on the subject. Riding pretty rodeo royalty in the american west 1910 1956 renee m laegreid university of nebraska lincoln abstract originally the term rodeo queen referred to the small group of professional cowgirl athletes who competed at various rodeos throughout the west during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
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