Calamity Jane

(c. 1852-1903) US heroine of Deadwood, South Dakota. She worked as a teamster, transporting supplies to the mining camps, adopted male dress and, as an excellent shot, promised `calamity` to any aggressor....
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Calamity Jane

legendary American frontierswoman whose name was often linked with that of Wild Bill Hickok. The facts of her life are confused by her own inventions ... [1 related articles]
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Calamity Jane

[musical] Calamity Jane (A Musical Western) is a musical stage play based loosely on tales from the life of Martha Jane Cannary. The stage play was adapted in the 1960s from the highly successful 1953 Warner Brothers film Calamity Jane. While some sources indicate that it was premiered at the Municipal Theatre in St. Louis in 1961, playbill...
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Calamity Jane

Calamity Jane is London Cockney rhyming slang for a train.
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Calamity Jane

Calamity Jane (kulăm'itē jān') , c.1852–1903, American frontier character, b. Princeton, Mo. Her real name was Martha Jane Canary, and the origin of her nickname is obscure. Little is known of her early life beyond the fact that she moved with her parents to Virginia ...
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Calamity Jane

The name that Bobby Jones gave to his putter. Also putters modeled after his hickory-shafted blade putter
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