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Frontier Day Champions

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Frontier Day Champions

Frontier Day 1915 champions included Goldie’s first husband, Hiram Sterling (a.k.a. Harry Walters), center.

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Wild West show friends

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Wild West show friends

Goldie posed with two friends from a Wild West show.

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One of the first professional female athletes

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One of the first professional female athletes

Goldie boxed, fenced, and wrestled before she became a cowgirl.

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The Two Bills’ Stagecoach

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The Two Bills’ Stagecoach

Harry (Hiram Sterling, Goldie’s first husband) is on the right on the stagecoach with the six-mule team in the Two Bills show. Goldie is on her horse with her hand raised to her hat. Goldie landed in the hospital after being thrown off the top of one of these stages in the Two Bills show.

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Review by Gail Woerner on rodeoattitude.com

Posted by on Jul 8, 2010 in In the News, Media Bar | Comments Off on Review by Gail Woerner on rodeoattitude.com

By Gail Woerner Posted Friday, June 4, 2010  Goldie Griffith Cameron was one of the early day cowgirls and lady bronc riders that ‘almost’ got lost in time, if it hadn’t been for Kay Turnbaugh’s interest in her neighbor Goldie’s past. Kay never met Goldie but they both lived in Nederland, Colorado, a town in the Rocky Mountains that once had a population of 5,000 people. Once the tungsten mining market waned so did Nederland. Kay came to the town and started a newspaper there a year after Goldie died, but it didn’t take long before Kay heard enough about this wonderful Goldie character...

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