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Coming from France (until they mention it), Eleanora Dumont covered all the west from Deadwood to Tombstone, eventually opening a gambling salon called Vingt-et-un (ie, “21”) and brothels. Maria Gertrudis “Tules” Barceló – either Mexican or French, depending on the historian you read – runs the famous sedan in Santa Fe. Belle Siddons, aka Mrs Vestal, is a “queen faro” switch dancer at a number of midwest salons. As well as Kate O’Leary is another merchant who eventually owned a gambling den in Dodge City, Kansas. Faro is a game that is often associated with women, even though they play a lot of poker. For example, when not stuck with rustlers, liquor makers, and other popular Old Western types, Belle Starr often played and won at the saloon poker game before the Mirakelus shot in 1889. Minnie Smith is another poker dealer and player in Colorado. Lottie Deno played poker in all of Texas before sliding to New Mexico with her husband Frank where the pair ran off a gambling den to visit lapakpoker. Mary Hamlin, aka “Maria Owl,” is a poker player as well as a con artist said to have been caught up in several celebrated heists. One of the patterns that gave investors the trapped sale of fake shipping rights to Mississippi to investors, another moment and the growing popularity saw it and a few feet scam San Francisco banks with diamond scams. Generally these reports of female gamblers (both contemporary and) take notes to attract the attention of their beauty, with their appeal to men explaining to serve them well at the table while a moment is sometimes taken to be an element in the violent dispute narrative. “A stimulating creature with dark hair, brown eyes and fair skin,” notes Chris Enss, author of more than a dozen books on women from the Wild West, from Belle Ryan (for example), and here’s how often to introduce these bold damsels. In some of their striking problems in the world of man-centric saloons and cards form a contemporary response to them. Much has been made, for example, from Kitty Leroy’s favorite of wearing men’s underwear. A late 19th-era novelist featuring Belle Starr a “Jesse James woman.” And in the future, Eleanora Dumont got the unfortunate nickname “Madame Mustache” because of the shadow upper lip.