Even Cowgirls Get the Blues Setting & Symbolism

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Whooping Cranes

Whooping Cranes are birds that migrate every year to a lake near the Rubber Rose Ranch. They are also near extinction. The cranes are held hostage by the cowgirls.

Rubber Rose Ranch

The Rubber Rose Ranch is owned by the Countess. The cowgirls are attempting to take over the ranch.

Sissy's thumbs

Sissy's thumbs are what make her unique. To her they are magical. They allow her to break free from her ordinary life.

South Richmond, VA

Richmond is where Sissy grows up.

New York City

Sissy lives in New York City with Julian after they get married.

The Dakotas

Rubber Rose Ranch is located in the Dakotas.

Siwash Lake

Siwash Lake is where the whooping cranes enjoy their yearly migration.

The Clock People

The Clock People are a group of mysterious and secretive Native Americans.

Clockworks

The Clockworks are the way the Clock People explain...

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