Listen: Mrs Amy Robinson, Karen Chase And South Pass discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"In the South Pass district of Wyoming area. There was a mining settlement called dry creep Karen Chase editor of the Cheyenne daily press of mentioned the fact that a new justice of the peace had been appointed to dry creek. This in itself was not particularly newsworthy except for the fact that J._p.. Was a woman Mrs Amy Robinson mm-hmm and as far as we can determine one of the first of her sex too fills such an office in the United States three hundred miles to the west and a few days later found me in dry creek I had expected to see the usual rip roaring mining community eighty surprised to find instead an atmosphere of compete contrast. There was an impressive client to the place small groups of men stood here and they're talking in low tones pausing as I walked by to stare at me suspiciously outside the office I saw two minors coming out and stopped to ask them directions strange around here ain't yes Comey WanNa talk with the justice of the peace. I think that's a matter between the lady and myself itself. You'll find emissions Robinson.."