The Livery
Horses Used on the Show
Online Etymology Dictionary
origin of words and year first appeared in our
language
Food timeline
The history of food
Ever wonder what foods the Vikings ate when
they set off to explore the new world? How
Thomas Jefferson made his ice cream? What
the pioneers cooked along the Oregon Trail?
Who invented the potato chip...and why?
Mythology Guide
A dictionary of Greek and Roman Myths
The Language of Love, Lust,
Sex
Dictionary of Sexual Terms
Writer's Research & Links
Old West Writer's Guide
WESTERN SLANG & PHRASES

A Writer's Guide to the Old West  1860's ~ 1880's  
Being a small compilation drawn from period
newspapers, books, and memoirs
Trauma Team EMS
PROTOCOLS
Prehospital Medical
Protocols & Standing Orders
National Domestic Violence
Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE
(7233)

National Sexual Assault Hotline
at 1-800-656-4673
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All writers be they story tellers, poets, song writers or
Bards have spirits and souls that feel deeply.

If not how could they write?

They are people who have the ability to let their imaginations fly without
bounds or chains to what all else seems to deem what is right or has to be.

They are people who see all possibilities of a hundred different ways when
others only see the one picture.

Only those who give their muse the freedom to soar,
can truly see all the colors of their world.

Only those who see not with their eyes but their hearts,
can appreciate the beauty in a falling tear.

Only those who embrace the good and the bad with their soul can accept life on
all its levels and find warmth even in the cold...



Amelia
A.A. May <2007>

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VICTORIAN ERA NAMES
circa 1840's-1890's