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Join Jane Little Botkin for Dinner

Pueblo Country Club 3200 8th Ave Pueblo, CO 81008

Join OUP auhtor, Jane Little Botkin, for dinner at the Pueblo Country Club on December 9th at 6pm sponsored by the Pueblo County Historical Society to celebrate her book The Girl Who Dared to Defy: Jane Street and the Rebel Maids of Denver. Doors open at 5pm and reservations are required. Please contact 719-561-0619 or email [email protected] to make arrangements.

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Award-winning author Jane Little Botkin served as a public school teacher for thirty years before turning to historical investigation and writing. As a high school teacher, she supervised the compilation of fifteen volumes of the student publication A History of Dripping Springs and Hays County (1993­–2008), a valuable resource for Texas researchers. In 2008 the Texas state legislature honored her career in education by formal resolution. Botkin continues to contribute to local historic preservation in the Texas Hill Country and New Mexico’s White Mountain Wilderness. Her book Frank Little and the IWW has won two Spur Awards from the Western Writers of America, the Caroline Bancroft History Prize from the Western History and Genealogy Department of the Denver Public Library, and the Best Historical Nonfiction Award from the Texas Association of Authors.