National Cowgirl Hall of Fame & Museum
The National Cowgirl Museum, which is located within the Cultural District of Fort Worth, is pleased to be able to provide recognition on behalf of women who have made valuable contributions to the way of life in the American West. Consequently, the museum offers tributes to women who have showcased an impressive fortitude in the realm of pioneering as well as courage that is extraordinary in various situations.
Indeed, you will enjoy the educational presentations of this museum, which has many exhibits that provide excellent resources of information for your extended learning. There is also a library that will allow you to conduct more extensive research in regard to the women of the American West who have made a real impact that yet affects the lives of many women today with inspiration, courage, hope and endurance.
Moreover, you will be impressed by the photography collection that is categorized as being rare. In other words, you will not see these pictures in a lot of other places. That is why many people enjoy visiting this amazing and informative museum.
The National Cowgirl Museum also possesses a rather extensive hall of fame of cowgirls and notable women who were undeniably part of the great American West. Thus, it is intriguing to realize that the museum provides additions to the hall of fame on a yearly basis. As a result, the list of honored women who are included in the hall of fame continues to grow each year.
The lives of the impressive women who were part of the America West are carefully documented and truly honored by the National Cowgirl Museum. This museum began back in the year of 1975. The first location of the museum had been in the basement portion of the library of Deaf Smith County. Then the museum was placed in Fort Worth in the year of 1984.
The National Cowgirl Museum then was placed in its current building in the year of 2002. The current location of the museum possesses thirty-three thousand feet of space. There are more than two hundred women who have been honored by this museum, which are included in the hall of fame. Thus, there are honored women who have a background in art, education, pioneering, business, ranching and rodeos. Some popular women in the hall of fame in this inspirational and informative museum take into inclusion Enid Justin, Sandra Day O'Connor, Temple Grandin, Dale Evans, Georgia O'Keeffe, Annie Oakley as well as Sacagawea.