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100 1  Bommersbach, Jana,|eauthor. 
245 10 Cattle Kate:|ba novel|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /
       |cJana Bommersbach. 
250    Unabridged. 
260    [United States] :|bBlackstone Audio, Inc. :|bMade 
       available through hoopla,|c2015. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (10hr., 24 min.)) :
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Laura Hicks. 
520    Cattle Kate is the only woman ever lynched as a cattle 
       rustler. History called it "range-land justice" when she 
       was strung up in Wyoming Territory on July 20, 1889, 
       tarring her as a dirty thief and a filthy whore.  But 
       history was wrong. It was all a lie.  Her real name was 
       Ella Watson. She wasn't a rustler. She wasn't a whore. And
       she'd never been called Cattle Kate until she was dead and
       they needed an excuse. She was really a twenty-nine-year-
       old immigrant homesteader, lynched along with her husband 
       by her rich and powerful cattle-baron neighbors, who 
       wanted her land and its precious water rights. Some people
       knew the truth from the start. Their voices were drowned 
       out by the all-powerful Wyoming Stock Growers Association.
       And those who dared speak out-including the eyewitnesses 
       to the hangings-either disappeared or mysteriously died. 
       There was no one left to testify against the vigilantes 
       when the case eventually came to trial. Her six killers 
       walked away scot-free. But the legend was stronger than 
       the truth. For over a century, newspapers, magazines, 
       books, and movies spread her ugly legacy.  Now, on the 
       125th anniversary of her murder, the real Ella comes alive
       in Cattle Kate to tell her heartbreaking story. Jana 
       Bommersbach's debut novel bares a legend central to the 
       western experience. 
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650  0 Historical fiction, American.|vSound recordings. 
651  0 Wyoming|xHistory|vFiction. 
700 1  Hicks, Laura|c(Narrator) 
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