Fannie Quigley

Fannie Quigley

Fannie Quigley was a 5-foot-tall frontierswoman who spent nearly 40 years prospecting in a remote Alaskan region in the 1890s. She was defined as an all-in-one miner, hunter, brewer, and cook who used mine shafts as a beer fridge and shot bears to get lard for pie crusts.

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