Selected Sources for The Original Cowgirl

Acton, Mildred Mulhall. "Lucille Mulhall—the Original Cowgirl." The Ranchman, Vol. 1, No. 10, February 1942, 6-7.

"Bossie Mulhall Holds World's Record for Steer Roping." The St. Louis Republic, October 12, 1902, 16.

"The Cowpuncher Queen of Oklahoma Territory." Los Angeles Herald, June 4, 1905.

Day, Beth, America's First Cowgirl: Lucille Mulhall. New York: Julian Messner, Inc., 1955.

George-Warren, Holly, The Cowgirl Way: hats off to America's women of the West. New York: Houghton Mifflin Books for Children, 2010.

"A Girl's Fearless Riding: Little Lucile Mulhall's Life in the Saddle." Fort Worth Morning Register, October 19, 1899, 5.

McShane, Bernice, "First Cowgirl Had Worldwide Fans." The Daily Oklahoman, December 11, 1983, 114.

"Lucille Mulhall Gaining the Championship with the Lariat," The Wichita Daily Eagle, November 1, 1903, 21.

Olds, Fred, "The Story of Lucille." The War Chief, Vol. 8, Number 3, December 1974, 3-12.

"Queen of Rough Riders." Anaconda Standard [MT], August 3, 1900.

Riley, Wild Women of the Old West. Golden: Fulcrum Publishing 2003.

Roach, Joyce Gibson, The Cowgirls. Denton: University of North Texas Press, 1990.

"She was Raised on a Ranch: The Spirited Young Woman Who Shows at the 'Rough Riders' Reunion."Kansas City Star, July 12, 1900, 4.

Stansbury, Kathryn, Lucille Mulhall, Wild West Cowgirl. Mulhall: Homestead Heirlooms Publishing Co, 1992.

Wertheim, Arthur Frank and Bair, Barbara. The Papers of Will Rogers: Vol. 1, November 1879-April 1904. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.