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 You may want to check out the following publications for additional info on the ladies:

Baumler, Ellen "Devils Perch: Prostitution From Suite to Cellar in Butte, Montana" MONTANA THE MAGAZINE OF WESTERN HISTORY (Autumn, 1998) pp. 4-21.

Bancroft, Caroline SIX RACY MADAMS OF COLORADO, Boulder, CO: Johnson Publishing Company, 1965.

Barnhart, Jacqueline B. WORKING WOMEN: PROSTITUTION IN SAN FRANCISCO FROM THE GOLD RUSH TO 1900, (PhD Dissertation, University of California, San Francisco, California) 1976.

Bell, Bob Boze "Classic Gun Fights, The Nude Duel That Will Not Die, Whores Bang Away, Notorious Narcissist Nicked In Neck, History Is A Cruel Trick Played On The Dead By The Living" TRUE WEST MAGAZINE, (January, 2000) pp. 54-57.

Best, Joel CONTROLLING VICE: REGULATING BROTHEL PROSTITUTION IN ST. PAUL, 1865-1883, Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 1998.

Bird, Allan G. BORDELLOS OF BLAIR STREET: THE STORY OF SILVERTON, COLORADO'S NOTORIOUS RED LIGHT DISTRICT, Pierson, MI: Advertising, Publications & Consultants, 1993.

Blackburn, George M. and Sherman L. Richards "The Prostitutes and Gamblers of Virginia City, Nevada, 1970" PACIFIC HISTORICAL REVIEW, (May, 1979) pp. 239-258.

Blair, Kay R. LADIES OF THE LAMPLIGHT, Leadville, CO: 1971.

Brier, Warren J. "Tilting Skirts & Hurdy-Gurdies: A Commentary On Gold Camp Women" MONTANA, (Autumn, 1969) pp. 58-67.

Butler, Anne M. DAUGHTERS OF JOY, SISTERS OF MISERY: PROSTITUTES IN THE AMERICAN WEST 1865-90, Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1987.

Carson, Bruce SOME AWFULLY TAME BUT KINDA FUNNY STORIES ABOUT EARLY DAKOTA LADIES-OF-THE-EVENING, Sioux City, IO: Quixote Press, 1992.

Dodds, Joanne W. WHAT'S A NICE GIRL LIKE YOU DOING IN A PLACE LIKE THIS?: PROSTITUTION IN SOUTHERN COLORADO 1860 TO 1911, Pueblo, CO: Focal Plain, 1966.

Drago, Harry S. NOTORIOUS LADIES OF THE FRONTIER VOLUME I: THE BEAUTIFUL BUT SHADY LADIES WHO KEPT PACE WITH THE ADVANCING FRONTIER 1850-1929, New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 1972.

Drago, Harry S. NOTORIOUS LADIES OF THE FRONTIER VOLUME II: THE LADIES WHO LIT BRIGHT LIGHTS ACROSS THE RUGGED WEST, New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 1972.

Feitz, Leland MYERS AVENUE: A QUICK HISTORY OF CRIPPLE CREEK'S RED LIGHT DISTRICT, Colorado Springs, CO: Little London Press, 1967.

Gentry, Curt THE MADAMS OF SAN FRANCISCO: AN IRREVERENT HISTORY OF THE CITY BY THE GOLDEN GATE, New York NY: Ballentine Books, 1971.

Goldman, Marion S. GOLD DIGGERS AND SILVER MINERS: PROSTITUTION AND SOCIAL LIFE ON THE COMSTOCK, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1981.

Hobson, Barbara M. UNEASY VIRTUE: THE POLITICS OF PROSTITUTION AND THE AMERICAN REFORM TRADITION, New York, NY: Basic Books, 1987.

Janicot, Michel THE LADIES OF THE NIGHT OR A SHORT HISTORY OF PROSTITUTION IN NEVADA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, Grass Valley, CA: Michel Janicot, 1986.

Leonard, Carol and Isidor Walleman "Prostitution and Changing Morality in The Frontier Cattle Towns of Kansas", KANSAS HISTORY (Spring, 1979) pp. 24-33.

MacKell, Jan BROTHELS, BORDELLOS and BAD GIRLS, Prostitution in Colorado from 1860 to 1930, University of New Mexico Press, copyright 2004.

MacKell, Jan CRIPPLE CREEK DISTRICT, Last of Colorado's gold Booms, Arcadia Publishing, copyright 2003.

Mackey, Thomas RED LIGHTS OUT: A LEGAL HISTORY OF PROSTITUTION, DISORDERLY HOUSES AND VICE DISTRICTS, 1870-1917, New York NY: Garland, 1987.

Macphail, Elizabeth C. "When the Red Lights Went Out in San Diego: The Little Known Story of San Diego's Restricted District." JOURNAL OF SAN DIEGO HISTORY, (1975) pp. 1-28.

Mazzula, Fred and Jo BRASS CHECKS AND RED LIGHTS: BEING A PICTORIAL POT POURRI OF HISTORICAL PROSTITUTES PARLOR HOUSES, Denver, CO: Fred and Jo Mazzula, 1966.

McDonald, Douglas THE LEGEND OF JULIA BULETTE AND THE RED LIGHT LADIES OF NEVADA, Las Vegas, NV: Stanley Paher Nevada Publications, 1983.

Mellon, Deborah H. THE LEGEND OF MOLLY B'DAMN, Wallace, ID: Maple Street Publishing, 1989.

Miller, Ronald Dean SHADY LADIES OF THE WEST, Los Angeles, CA: Western lore Press, 1964.

Miller, Max and Fred Mazzulla HOLLADAY STREET: ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF DENVER'S SECRET HISTORY, New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 1971.

Moynahan, Jay CULINARY DELIGHTS FROM THE RED LIGHTS, Spokane, WA: Chickadee Publishing Company, 1999. (purchase this on this web site from the author)

Moynahan, Jay PIONEER PROSTITUTES: SOILED ANGELS ON THE AMERICAN FRONTIER, Spokane, WA: Chickadee Publishing Company, 1999.

Moynahan, Jay RED LIGHT REVELATIONS: UNVEILING SPOKANE'S RISQUÉ PAST 1885-1905, Spokane, WA: Chickadee Publishing Company, 1999.

Moynahan, Jay THE PRAIRIE PIONEER PROSTITUTES' OWN COOKBOOK, Spokane, WA: Chickadee Publishing Company, 2000.

Moynahan, Jay RED LIGHT REVELATIONS: A PEEK AT DAWSON'S RISQUÉ LADIES 1898 to 1900, Spokane, WA: Chickadee Publishing Company, 1999.

Moynahan, Jay RED LIGHT REVELATIONS: A GLANCE INTO SACRAMENTO'S BAWDY PAST OF 1885, Spokane, WA: Chickadee Publishing Company, 1999. (All Moynahan books can be purchased on this site)

Neering, Rosemary WILD WEST WOMEN: TRAVELERS, ADVENTURERS AND REBELS, Vancourver, BC: Whitecap Books, 2000, (pp. 24-33).

Parkhill, Forbes THE WILDEST OF THE WEST, New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1951.

Pivar, David J. PURITY CRUSADE, SEXUAL MORALITY AND SOCIAL CONTROL 1868-1900, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1973.

Seagraves, Anne SOILED DOVES: PROSTITUTION IN THE EARLY WEST, Hayden, ID: Wesanne Publications, 1994.

Selcer, Richard F. HELL'S HALF ACRE: THE LIFE AND LEGEND OF A RED LIGHT DISTRICT, Fort Worth, TX: Texas Christian University Press, 1991.

Simmons, Alexy RED LIGHT LADIES: SETTLEMENT PATTERNS AND MATERIAL CULTURE ON THE MINING FRONTIER, Corvalis, OR: Department of Anthropology, Oregon State University, 1989.

Spendlove, Earl "The Joy of No-Nose Maggie" REAL WEST, (May, 1967) pp. 42-44, 63 and 65.

Tabor, Pauline PAULINE'S: MEMOIRS OF THE MADAM ON CLAY STREET, Louisville, KY: Touchstone Publishing Company, 1971.

Topping, Elizabeth A. WHAT'S A POOR GIRL TO DO? Prostitution in Mid-Nineteenth Century America, Gettysburg, PA, Thomas Publications, 2001

Traywick, Ben T. HELL'S BELLS OF TOMBSTONE, Tombstone, AZ: Red Marie's, 1993.

Washburn, Josie THE UNDERWORLD SEWER: A PROSTITUTE REFLECTS ON LIFE IN THE TRADE, 1871-1909, Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press, 1997.

West, Elliott "The Scarlet West, The Oldest Profession in the Trans-Mississippi West", MONTANA THE MAGAZINE OF WESTERN HISTORY (Spring, 1981) pp 16-27.

Williams, George ROSA MAY: THE SEARCH FOR A MINING CAMP LEGEND, Carson City, NV: Tree By The river Publishing, 1979.

Williams, George THE RED-LIGHT LADIES OF VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA, Dayton, NV: Tree By The River Publishing, 1990.

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