American Cowgirl

Honoring the Spirit of Women and Horses

The American Cowgirl Collection

July 1st, 2008

Photographs by Jamie Williams

“100% Cowgirl”

July 1st, 2008

100 percent cowgirl Jess Abney dragging a bucketJess Abney
Whitesboro, Texas

At just 4 years-old, Jess already knows she wants to have her own ranch when she grows up. She wants to have 17 horses and already has their names picked out. She also said she wants to be a veterinarian and could pronounce it perfectly. She is very spunky and outspoken. She says she isn’t half a cowgirl, she is 100% cowgirl.

One of a series of limited edition fine art photographs from the American Cowgirl collection.

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“Jess’ Joy”

July 1st, 2008

Four-year-old cowgirl Jess Abney skipping along the fence.Jess Abney
Whitesboro, Texas

One of a series of limited edition fine art photographs from the American Cowgirl collection.

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“In Her Father’s Shadow”

July 1st, 2008

Four-year-old cowgirl Jess Abney and her dog in her father\'s shadowJess Abney
Whitesboro, Texas

One of a series of limited edition fine art photographs from the American Cowgirl collection.

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“Cowgirl Dreams”

July 1st, 2008

Cowgirl Jess hanging on the fenceJess Abney
Whitesboro, Texas

One of a series of limited edition fine art photographs from the American Cowgirl collection.

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“Just Jackie”

July 1st, 2008

Jackie Rollier, Parker, TexasJackie Rollier
Parker, Texas

One of a series of limited edition fine art photographs from the American Cowgirl collection.

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“Round ‘Em Up”

July 1st, 2008

Jackie Rollier working cattleJackie Rollier
Parker, Texas

One of a series of limited edition fine art photographs from the American Cowgirl collection.

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“Dude and Her Dog”

July 1st, 2008

Mary Ellen \Mary Ellen “Dude” Barton
Flomot, Texas

Dude says she doesn’t know how she got that nickname. She helped start the Girls Rodeo Association in the 1950’s and was a big rodeo star herself. She competed against men and would usually win. She said if they won they might get $25. Now in her 80’s, she runs a cattle ranch and sits on a tractor 10 hours a day chewing tobacco. Dude is the great aunt of a friend of mine. She told us to call her Aunt Dude.

One of a series of limited edition fine art photographs from the American Cowgirl collection.

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“The Real Deal”

July 1st, 2008

Mary Ellen \Mary Ellen “Dude” Barton
Flomot, Texas

One of a series of limited edition fine art photographs from the American Cowgirl collection.

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“Lynn and Jack”

July 1st, 2008

Lynn Crozier and her horse, Jack.Lynn Crozier
Tucson, Arizona

One of a series of limited edition fine art photographs from the American Cowgirl collection.

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