Chris Enss

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Chris Enss (born 1961) is an American author[1] and screenwriter.[2] Enss has written more than 20 books on the subject of women in the Old West, and has collaborated with producer Howard Kazanjian on four books, including two about Roy Rogers and Dale Evans.

Partial bibliography[edit]

  • Buffalo Gals: Women of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show
  • Gilded Girls: Women Entertainers of the Old West
  • Hearts West: True Stories of Mail-Order Brides on the Frontier
  • How the West Was Worn: Bustles and Buckskins on the Wild Frontier
  • Love Untamed: Romances of the Old West
  • Pistol Packin' Madams: True Stories of Notorious Women of the Old West
  • She Wore a Yellow Ribbon: Women Soldiers and Patriots of the Western Frontier
  • The Doctor Wore Petticoats: Women Physicians of the Old West
  • With Great Hope: Women of the California Gold Rush
  • Tales Behind the Tombstones: The Deaths and Burials of the Old West's Most Nefarious Outlaws, Notorious Women and Celebrated Lawmen
  • The Lady Was a Gambler: True Stories of Notorious Women of the Old West
  • Playing for Time: The Death Row All Stars
  • The Cowboy and the Señorita: A Biography of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
  • Happy Trails: A Pictorial Celebration of the Life and Times of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
  • The Young Duke: The Early Life of John Wayne


  1. ^ "Q &A: Chris Enss". Sacramento Bee. 28 October 2004. p. E3. Retrieved 5 December 2010. 
  2. ^ Donald L. Hardesty; Michael J. Brodhead; Donald K. Grayson (2005). The Archaeology of the Donner Party. University of Nevada Press. p. 91. ISBN 978-0-87417-661-2. Retrieved 5 December 2010. 

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