Hometown Heroines by Betty Bolté
(True Stories of Bravery, Daring & Adventure)

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Synopsis

During the 1800s, daring and courageous girls across America left their unique mark on history.

Milly Cooper galloped 9 miles through hostile Indian Territory to summon help when Fort Cooper was under attack.

Belle Boyd risked her life spying for the Rebels during the Civil War.

Kate Shelly, when she was 15, crawled across a nearly washed-out railroad bridge during a ferocious thunderstorm to warn the next train.

Lucille Mulhall, age 14, outperformed cowboys to become the World’s First Famous Cowgirl.

These are just a few of the inspiring true stories inside Hometown Heroines—American Girls who faced danger and adversity and made a difference in their world.

AWARDS:
Winner, Children's Literary Classics' Seal of Approval

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
When Betty Bolté was in ninth grade, she vowed to bring history to life, to make it enjoyable to read. Today, she does just that. Visit www.bettybolte.com to learn more about Betty and her other works.
 

About Betty Bolté

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When Betty Bolté was in ninth grade, she vowed to bring history to life, to make it enjoyable to read. Today, she does just that. Visit www.bettybolte.com to learn more about Betty and her other works.
 
Published October 9, 2012 by ePublishing Works!. 191 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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