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We were ordered out to quell an uprising of the Indians, and were out for several days, had numerous skirmishes during which six of the soldiers were killed and several severely wounded. Calamity Jane#Days 65
Calamity Jane#Days 65
We remained in Texas leading a quiet home life until 1889. Calamity Jane#Home 64
Calamity Jane#Home 64
I was in Deadwood at the time and on hearing of the killing made my way at once to the scene of the shooting and found that my friend had been killed by McCall. Calamity Jane#Found 52
Calamity Jane#Found 52
It was considered the most dangerous route in the Hills, but as my reputation as a rider and quick shot was well known, I was molested very little, for the toll gatherers looked on me as being a good fellow, and they knew that I never missed my mark. Calamity Jane#Being 52
Calamity Jane#Being 52
While in El Paso, I met Mr. Clinton Burk, a native of Texas, who I married in August 1885. Calamity Jane#August 43
Calamity Jane#August 43
By the time we reached Virginia City I was considered a remarkable good shot and a fearless rider for a girl of my age. Calamity Jane#Age 41
Calamity Jane#Age 41
During the fall and winter we built Fort Meade and the town of Sturgis. Calamity Jane#Built 26
Calamity Jane#Built 26
I left Montana in Spring of 1866, for Utah, arriving at Salt Lake city during the summer. Calamity Jane#Arriving 23
Calamity Jane#Arriving 23
On October 28th, 1887, I became the mother of a girl baby, the very image of its father, at least that is what he said, but who has the temper of its mother. Calamity Jane#Baby 17
Calamity Jane#Baby 17
Left the ranch in 1883, went to California, going through the States and territories, reached Ogden the latter part of 1883, and San Francisco in 1884. Calamity Jane#California 16
Calamity Jane#California 16
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