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Liezzie E Johnson

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Lizzie Johnson

Legendary Texas "Cattle Queen"

  • A great Example of Women who made impact in Texas History
  • Former School teacher and later invested in cattle and land.
  • Through her bookkeeping and working with well known cattlemen of the time, she came to learn about the investment to be made in cattle.
  • The first woman to ride a cattle herd in Texas.
  • Also known as "A cattle Queen"
2013 National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Honoree - Elizabeth "Lizzie Johnson" Williams

Lizzie Johnson Biography
Elizabeth "Lizzie Johnson" Williams (1840‒1924), who ranched near Austin, was a pioneer in breaking the barrier into what had always been considered a man's ...

During the month of March we celebrate Women's History Month and the many contributions generations of women have made to the fabric and culture of this great country. Texas has been home to scores of influential, intelligent, colorful and unforgettable females.

Great example of Women's equality on the grounds of social and economic equality to men.

During the month of March we celebrate Women's History Month and the many contributions generations of women have made to the fabric and culture of this great country. Texas has been home to scores of influential, intelligent, colorful and unforgettable females.

Lizzy Johnson, Texas Hero as presented by Texana Living History Association

Lizzie Johnson accomplished many things in her life. She was
a teacher, accountant, investor and independent businesswoman. However, her best
know persona was that of a respected cattlewoman but she was still very much the
lady. She earned the status of an early Texas “Cattle Queen” by registering her
cattle brand under the name of Elizabeth Johnson in 1871 and is thought to be
the first woman in Texas to ride the Chisholm Trail with a herd of cattle that
she acquired under her own brand.