Lucille Mulhall (October 21, 1885 – December 21, 1940) was a well known cowgirl and Wild West performer. She was raised on her family's Mulhall Ranch in Oklahoma Territory, near what is now Mulhall, Oklahoma. Known as Rodeo Queen, Queen of the Western Prairie, and Queen of the Saddle (among many other appellations), she performed in many rodeo and Wild West shows throughout her career. According to Will Rogers, the term "cowgirl" was not used until it was used to describe her. She died, in an automobile accident less than a mile from the Mulhall Ranch.
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